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    Canine eumycetoma is a rare granulomatous disease caused by dematiaceous fungi. A 2-year-old Great Dane dog had a subcutaneous mass in the right thigh that was surgically removed. Grossly, numerous black-grains were visible. Histologically subcutaneous pyogranulomas were centered on myriads of pigmented fungal elements. Madurella pseudomycetomatis was molecularly characterized. © 2022 The Authors.


    Francesco Albanese, Luisa Vera Muscatello, Alice Michelutti, Christian Falcaro, Laura Bellentani, Patrizia Danesi. Canine eumycetoma caused by Madurella pseudomycetomatis. Medical mycology case reports. 2022 Mar;35:51-53

    PMID: 35169536

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