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Cutaneous zygomycosis: A possible postoperative complication in immunocompetent individuals
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology
and metronidazole iv, thrice daily. Subsequently, she developed necrosis of the surrounding abdominal wall, which did not improve despite debridement. She was having high-grade fever and the wound continued to progress peripherally. She was then referred to At the time of presentation, she was ill and was complaining of pain. Her temperature was 39°C, heart rate was 108 beats / minute, respiratory rate was 22 breaths / minute, and blood pressure was 160 / 80 mm of Hg. An abdominal examinationdoi:10.4103/0378-6323.57722 pmid:19915241 fatcat:kppn5iowv5d4xdzskfkuoaszqa