Cystic chromomycosis of the skin

Pathology
D Weedon, G Ritchie

Abstract

Five patients with solitary cystic granulomatous lesions of the skin are described. Wood splinters and brown pigmented fungal elements were present in all 5 cases. "Cystic chromomycosis" is suggested as an appropriate title to avoid confusion with the cutaneous verrucous form, chromoblastomycosis.

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