Madura foot of the chest wall; cure after radical excision.


Maduromycosis is a chronic granulomatous condition caused by fungal infection and is rarely encountered in Europe. To our knowledge, this is the first report of a case of maduromycosis affecting the chest wall in the United Kingdom. Conservative excision and drainage of the lesion combined with ketoconazole treatment in a dose 400 mg daily for several… (More)


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@article{Shafei1992MaduraFO, title={Madura foot of the chest wall; cure after radical excision.}, author={Hamid Reza Shafei and Carina Mccormick and Robert J. Donnelly}, journal={The Thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon}, year={1992}, volume={40 4}, pages={198-200} }