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Mycetoma is a disfiguring, chronic granulomatous infection which affects the skin and the underlying subcutaneous tissue. We present an atypical case of recurrent mycetoma without ulceration, in a 35-year-old immunocompetent male caused by Scedosporium apiospermum sensu stricto and Madurella grisea, occurring at two separate anatomical sites.
all processed the original tissue samples, and after much research and collaboration provided us with the overall results. They produced the slides and educated the orthopaedic authors on the subject matter. Andrew Borman provided detailed analysis of the rare eumycetoma and spent copious time examining the tissue material to give us a definite diagnosis.… (More)
Intestinal helminthiasis is one of the neglected parasitic diseases currently receiving attention from the international organization. This study was conducted in six selected primary schools in Osogbo town, southwestern Nigeria. Faecal samples from 336 pupils were examined using direct smear and formol either concentration method. Out of the 336 samples… (More)