An unusual case of ectopic tungiasis with pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia
Tungiasis is caused by the penetration of the female sand flea Tunga penetrans into the epidermis, and subsequent hypertrophy of the parasite. In most cases lesions are confined to the feet. During a cross-sectional study, an unusual case of ectopic tungiasis in the inguinal area was detected. Histo...
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Brazilian Society of Infectious Diseases
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