Ena, Pasquale and Sechi, Leonardo Antonio and Saccabusi, Stanislao and Molicotti, Paola and Lorrai, Maria Paola and Siddi, Massimiliano and Zanetti, Stefania Anna Lucia (2001) Rapid identification of cutaneous infections by nontubercular mycobacteria by polymerase chain reaction-restriction analysis length polymorphism of the hsp65 gene. International Journal of Dermatology, Vol. 40 (8), p. 495-499. eISSN 1365-4632. Article.
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Background. Nontubercular mycobacteria (NTM) may cause cutaneous infections which are difficult to interpret due to the variability of the clinical manifestations. This study involved eight patients (four men and four women) with primary cutaneous infections caused by NTM; the skin lesions included dermo-hypodermal abscesses, suppurative granulomas, and papulonodules localized on the legs, arms, hands, and face. The general condition of the patients was relatively good and they were not immunosuppressed.
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