Another case of Aspergillus niger mycetoma foot - Need to revisit causes of black grain eumycetomas

Yousuf Abd Mallick, Nausheen Yaqoob

Abstract


We are reporting a case of eumycetoma caused by Aspergillus niger, which is the second ever case-report to the best of our knowledge and search


Keywords


Aspergillus niger, eumycetoma, black grains, voriconazole

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