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Actinomycetoma Due To Nocardia Brasiliensis in Tamil Nadu
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Pankajalakshmi V V, Tarlakshmi V V. Actinomycetoma Due To Nocardia Brasiliensis in Tamil Nadu. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1982;48:213-217
AbstractTwo cases of actinomycetoma caused by Nocardia Brasiliensis in Tamilians are reported. Both presented with multiple sinuses discharging serosanguinous material without any granules. In the first case, the lesion was located in the thigh and leg and the specific diagnosis was made by histopathology and isolation of N. brasiliensis. In the other, in addition to thigh and leg, the foot was also affected and the causative agent was isolated in pure culture. The geographic distribution of the organism and its incidence and prevalence are discussed.