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21. Concurrent double infections of the skin: phaeohyphomycosis and nocardiosis in a patient with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura. (PubMed)

Concurrent double infections of the skin: phaeohyphomycosis and nocardiosis in a patient with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura. We describe a case of concurrent double infection with phaeohyphomycosis and lymphocutaneous nocardiosis in an immunocompromised host. The episode occurred almost simultaneously with an incident of insect bites. Exophiala spinifera was isolated from lesions on the left arm and Nocardia asteroides was isolated from lesions on the right hand. Clinical resolution (...) occurred within 5 months after initiation of antimicrobial treatment with oral itraconazole and minocycline. We believe that this case represents a novel episode of previously unreported concurrent infections with phaeohyphomycosis and lymphocutaneous nocardiosis in human beings.

2005 Journal of American Academy of Dermatology

22. Primary lymphocutaneous nocardiosis in an immunocompetent patient (PubMed)

Primary lymphocutaneous nocardiosis in an immunocompetent patient Nocardia brasiliensis is a rare human pathogen usually associated with localized cutaneous infections.We report a case of primary lymphocutaneous Nocardia brasiliensis infection developed after a bone fracture of the left hand of an otherwise healthy 32-year-old man. Treatment with trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole given for a total of three months combined with surgical debridement resulted in complete resolution

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2004 Annals of Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobials

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