Tropical dermatology: cutaneous larva migrans, gnathostomiasis, cutaneous amebiasis and trombiculiasis.

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In today's world, many people can travel easily and quickly around the globe. Most travel travel-related illnesses include fever, diarrhea, and skin disease, which are relatively uncommon in returning travelers. We review four of the most common emerging infestations and skin infections in the Americas, which are important to the clinical dermatologist… (More)

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@article{Eichelmann2014TropicalDC, title={Tropical dermatology: cutaneous larva migrans, gnathostomiasis, cutaneous amebiasis and trombiculiasis.}, author={Kristian Eichelmann and Kenneth J. Tomecki and Jos{\'e} Dar{\'i}o Mart{\'i}nez}, journal={Seminars in cutaneous medicine and surgery}, year={2014}, volume={33 3}, pages={133-5} }