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Black grain mycetoma caused by Leptosphaeria tompkinsii

Abstract : Leptosphaeria tompkinsii is a dematiaceous fungus which is rarely reported as an agent of black-grain mycetoma. We present a case involving a mycetoma of the hand of a former farmer from Mali, West Africa, who has been a resident in France for 27 years. The patient was successfully treated with surgery and the use of oral itraconazole for 6 months. Species identification was based on sexual reproductive structures observed on potato-carrot agar media and the use of internal transcribed spacer sequencing.
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H Machmachi, N. Godineau, M. Develoux, S. Bretagne, A. Bazeli, et al.. Black grain mycetoma caused by Leptosphaeria tompkinsii. Medical Mycology, Oxford University Press, 2011, 49 (2), pp.186-189. ⟨10.3109/13693786.2010.524945⟩. ⟨pasteur-02195031⟩

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