Subcutaneous mycoses are localised or may spread to lymphatics. Grossly they are similar to bacterial granulomatous infections, usually ulcerated and may have draining fistulas. Microscopically they are nodular to coalescing. They cause suppurative, pyogranulomatous or granulomatous inflammation.
Pages in category "Subcutaneous Mycoses"
The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total.