Blastomicosis Es una infección micótica sistémica granulomatosa y supurativa crónica. Causada por un hongo. large doses over longer periods. North American Blastomycosis Synonyms Gilchrist’s disease, blastomicosis norteamericana, blastomycose nordaméricaine. Blastomicosis norteamericana en México. M Martínez-Báez, A Reyes-Mota, A. González-Ochoa; Rev Inst Salub Enferm Trop ;; Highly Influential.
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We report a case in Mexico, in a three years old childwho norteaemricana been born in California and lived in Chicago, U. The patientpresented pulmonary symptoms prior to development of a skin ulcer. Blastomyces dermatitidis was identified by mycological and molecularprocedures. From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper.
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