Karolyn A. Wanat

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BACKGROUND Viral-associated trichodysplasia of immunosuppression is a rare cutaneous eruption that is characterized by follicularly based shiny papules and alopecia with characteristic histopathologic findings of abnormally anagen follicules with excessive inner root sheath differentiation. Prior reports have described the histopathologic characteristics on(More)
A 26-year old woman presented for evaluation of extensive edema, erythema, sinus tract formation and purulent drainage from the left lower extremity after trauma from a wooden object approximately three months prior. Skin biopsies and blood cultures revealed Phaeoacremonium parasiticum consistent with a diagnosis of phaeohyphomycosis. Despite(More)
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