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  • Cutaneous lymphomas-An update 2019. [Journal Article]
  • HOHematol Oncol 2019; 37 Suppl 1:43-47
  • Kempf W, Zimmermann AK, Mitteldorf C
  • Primary cutaneous lymphomas (CL) are the second most common form of extranodal lymphomas. Cutaneous T-cell lymphomas represent the majority. They are classified according to the WHO classification 20…
  • The first case report of kerion-type scalp mycosis caused by Aspergillus protuberus. [Journal Article]
  • BIBMC Infect Dis 2019 Jun 10; 19(1):506
  • Jia J, Chen M, … Chen D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Aspergillusis a opportunistic pathogenic fungus and its infection occurs mostly in patients with underlying conditions and immunocompromised statuses. So far no report of kerion-type scalp infection has been reported. The first case of kerion-type scalp mycosis caused by A. protuberus was described to highlight the importance of mycological examination that helps to recognize rare pathogenic fungi. Any boggy lesion with hair loss over the scalp and non-responsive to antibiotics should be suspected as resulting from fungal infection, and mycological examination should be performed, especially in children.
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