Cutaneous mycobacteriosis: analysis of 34 cases with a new classification of the disease.

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Several points can be made from analysis of the published cases of cutaneous mycobacteriosis and those in our series: 1) mycobacterial cutaneous infections are probably more common than is reported-we collected 34 cases over a 10-year period; 2) most patients with cutaneous infections caused by nontuberculous mycobacteria have significant underlying disease… (More)

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