A case of cutaneous paragonimiasis presented with minimal pleuritis

Abstract

Clinically, paragonimiasis is broadly classified into pulmonary, pleuropulmonary, and extrapulmonary forms. The common extrapulmonary forms are cerebral and cutaneous paragonimiasis. The cutaneous paragonimiasis is usually presented as a slowly migrating and painless subcutaneous nodule. The correct diagnosis is often difficult or delayed or remained… (More)
DOI: 10.4103/2229-5070.105184

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