Localized lymphatic sporotrichosis after fish-induced injury (Tilapia sp.).


Localized lymphatic sporotrichosis generally develops after the fungus Sporothrix schenckii is traumatically introduced into skin or mucosa by contaminated plant material. An 18-year-old male fisherman was injured by spines of the dorsal fin of a fish on the left third finger. The lesion became ulcerated, edematous and suppurative and did not respond to… (More)


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@article{Haddad2002LocalizedLS, title={Localized lymphatic sporotrichosis after fish-induced injury (Tilapia sp.).}, author={V J{\'u}nior Haddad and H{\'e}lio Amante Miot and Loredana De Bartoli and A de Chiara Cardoso and Rosangela Maria Pires de Camargo}, journal={Medical mycology}, year={2002}, volume={40 4}, pages={425-7} }