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Severe skin and soft tissue pythiosis acquired in a hot spring in the southwestern United States, a case report and review of North American cases

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_2658647132

Severe skin and soft tissue pythiosis acquired in a hot spring in the southwestern United States, a case report and review of North American cases

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Severe skin and soft tissue pythiosis acquired in a hot spring in the southwestern United States, a case report and review of North American cases

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Severe skin and soft tissue pythiosis acquired in a hot spring in the southwestern United States, a case report and review of North American cases

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Netherlands: Elsevier Ltd

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Travel medicine and infectious disease, 2022, Vol.48, p.102349-102349

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_2658647132

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English

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Netherlands: Elsevier Ltd

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Human pythiosis, caused primarily by the aquatic oomycete, Pythium insidiosum, is an emerging but uncommon infection in North America. The infection is frequently life-threatening and is often initially unrecognized due to its rarity and similar presentation to certain fungal infections.
We report a case of skin and soft tissue pythiosis in a pa...

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Severe skin and soft tissue pythiosis acquired in a hot spring in the southwestern United States, a case report and review of North American cases

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_2658647132

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1477-8939

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1873-0442

DOI

10.1016/j.tmaid.2022.102349

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