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Disseminated fungal infections are normally opportunistic infections in the immunocompromised population. Current literature has documented a high mortality rate with these infections in civilian trauma or as complications of severe burns. There is only one published case of fungal infection in a combat-injured individual to date, which resulted in mortality despite aggressive debridement and appropriate antifungal agents. We present here three patients in whom aggressive debridement,doi:10.7205/milmed-d-12-00322 pmid:23707840 fatcat:m3flbyo76bcinnyt7xjuiigblu