Neonatal cutaneous mucormycosis
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Neonatal cutaneous mucormycosis (NCM) is a rare, opportunistic, angioinvasive fungal infection with high mortality. Here, we discuss the presentation, diagnosis, and management of a case of NCM where the neonate survived after 3 weeks of rigorous treatment with no need of local surgical debridement of the necrotic skin patch and systemic antifungals. This case highlights how early diagnosis and aggressive treatment are essential to manage this otherwise highly morbid disease....

http://www.jcnonweb.com/article.asp?issn=2249-4847;year=2016;volume=5;issue=4;spage=262;epage=264;aulast=Mirakhur
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