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Volume 19, Number 10—October 2013

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Increased Incidence of Invasive Fusariosis with Cutaneous Portal of Entry, Brazil

Marcio NucciComments to Author , Andrea G. Varon, Marcia Garnica, Tiyomi Akiti, Gloria Barreiros, Beatriz Moritz Trope, and Simone A. Nouér
Author affiliations: University Hospital, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Primary skin lesions in patients with invasive fusariosis in the hematology unit at University Hospital, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2000–2010. A) Onychomycosis; B) ulcer; C) intertrigus; D) intertrigus evolving to lymphangitis before dissemination. (First image in D is the same patient as the first image in C; second image in D is the same patient as the fourth image in C.) E) Necrosis in a lesion of intertrigus (evolution of the lesion shown in the third image

Figure 1. . . Primary skin lesions in patients with invasive fusariosis in the hematology unit at University Hospital, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2000–2010. A) Onychomycosis; B) ulcer; C) intertrigus; D) intertrigus evolving to lymphangitis before dissemination. (First image in D is the same patient as the first image in C; second image in D is the same patient as the fourth image in C.) E) Necrosis in a lesion of intertrigus (evolution of the lesion shown in the third image in C).

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