Giant eumycetoma gluteal region: excision and V-Y flap advancement
Keywords:Eumycetoma, Gluteal region, Fungal infection
AbstractEumycetoma (“mycotic mycetoma”) is a chronic subcutaneous fungal infection of the skin and soft tissue, most often affecting the lower extremity (typically a single foot). Eumycetomas are usually confined to subcutaneous tissues but can involve fascia, bone, and regional lymph nodes via contiguous dissemination. We hereby report a case mycetoma of gluteal region, an unusual site of presentation.
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