Phaeohyphomycotic Cyst Caused byColletotrichum crassipes

@article{MartinsCastro2001PhaeohyphomycoticCC,
  title={Phaeohyphomycotic Cyst Caused byColletotrichum crassipes},
  author={Luiz Guilherme Martins Castro and Carlos da Silva Lacaz and Josep Guarro and Josepa Gen{\'e} and Elizabeth Maria Heins-Vaccari and Roseli Santos de Freitas Leite and Giovana Letı́cia Hernández Arriagada and Márcia Maria Ozaki Reguera and Eunice Miki Ito and Neusa Yuriko Sakai Valente and Ricardo Spina Nunes},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Microbiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={39},
  pages={2321 - 2324}
}
ABSTRACT A case of phaeohyphomycosis is reported in a male renal transplant recipient with a nodular lesion in the right leg who was treated with immunosuppressing drugs. The lesion consisted of a purulent cyst with thick walls. The cyst was excised surgically, and the patient did not receive any antifungal therapy. One year later he remains well. Histological study of the lesion showed a granulomatous reaction of epithelioid and multinucleate giant cells, with a central area of necrosis and… Expand
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