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This image depicts a posterior view of a patient’s torso, who had undergone treatment with amphotericin B, for this case of coccidioidomycosis , also known as valley fever, caused by the fungal organism, Coccidioides immitis. Note the marked cutaneous scarring over both buttocks, which also involved the midline, and perianal region. See PHIL 20552, for an image showing you the appearance of these fungal lesions, prior to implementing any medicinal treatment.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Dr. Brodsky
Creation Date:1966
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