Part of the Current Topics in Infectious Disease book series (CTID)
In August of 1892, the first case of cutaneous coccidioidomycosis was reported by Alejandro Posada. The patient survived 11 years after the appearance of skin lesions.
KeywordsSinus Tract Mycosis Fungoides Erythema Multiforme Primary Inoculation Subcutaneous Abscess
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