chromoblastomycosis


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chromoblastomycosis

[¦krō·mō¦blas·tō·mī′kō·səs]
(medicine)
A granulomatous skin disease caused by any of several fungi, usually Hormodendrum pedrosoi, and characterized by warty nodules which may ulcerate. Also known as chromomycosis.
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CBS 122341, 122343, 122345, and 122349, all originating from patients with chromoblastomycosis in Mexico City, Mexico (online Appendix Figure; online Appendix Table, www.
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