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Eumycotic mycetoma

Introduction: Eumycotic mycetoma

Description of Eumycotic mycetoma

Eumycotic mycetoma: A disease caused by various fungi (Madurella mycetomi) or actinomycetes (Nocardia brasiliensis). It usually affects the foot, hand, and legs with tissues becoming necrosed and swollen after infection.
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