2 Governemnt Medical College, Amritsar, India
10-Radha Swami Road, Amritsar
|How to cite this article:
Bharti R, Malhotra S K, Bal MS, Sharma K. Chromoblastomycosis. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1995;61:54-55
This is an account of twenty eight years of sufferings of a young sikh agriculturist, who ultimately succumbed to chromoblastomycosis- a not so uncommon mycotic infection, despite the use of toxic (amphoterecin-B) and newer antimycotic drugs (ketoconazole). Involvement of face, small and large gut, larynx and trachea are the other highlights of this case.