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Volume 10, Number 4—April 2004

Dispatch

Human Case of Lobomycosis

Sameer Elsayed*†Comments to Author , Susan M. Kuhn†, Duane Barber*†, Deirdre L. Church*†, Stewart Adams‡, and Richard Kasper*†
Author affiliations: *Calgary Laboratory Services, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; †University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; ‡Calgary Health Region, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Figure 2

Grocott methenamine silver–stained section of skin biopsy specimen revealing a short chain of lemon-shaped fungal cells connected by thin, tubelike bridges. Morphology is consistent with the appearance of Loboa loboi. Magnification x1,000.

Figure 2. Grocott methenamine silver–stained section of skin biopsy specimen revealing a short chain of lemon-shaped fungal cells connected by thin, tubelike bridges. Morphology is consistent with the appearance of Loboa loboi. Magnification x1,000.

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