Emerging infections: mimickers of common patterns seen in dermatopathology

  title={Emerging infections: mimickers of common patterns seen in dermatopathology},
  author={F. Bravo},
  journal={Modern Pathology},
  • F. Bravo
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine
  • Modern Pathology
The following discussion deals with three emerging infection diseases that any dermatopathologist working in the northern hemisphere can come across. The first subject to be dealt with is gnathostomiasis. This parasitic disease is produced by the third larvarial stage of the parasite that in most patients is associated with the ingestion of raw fish. Epidemiologically, it is most commonly seen in South East Asia, Japan, China, and the American continent, mainly in Mexico, Ecuador, and Peru… Expand


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