Cutaneous Larva Migrans Acquired in Brittany, France
Nienke Tamminga, Wouter F.W. Bierman , and Peter J. de Vries
Author affiliations: Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (N. Tamminga, W.F.W. Bierman, P.J. de Vries); University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands (N. Tamminga); VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam (W.F.W. Bierman)
Figure. Right foot of a patient from Brittany, France, with a hookworm-related cutaneous larva migrans, showing an elevated serpiginous lesion on the sole of the foot (panels A, B) and ulcerative lesions at the origin of the lesions on the lateral side of the foot (panel C).
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