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An unusual pathogen in ambulatory care: two cases of Scedosporium soft tissue infections presenting as “unresponsive cellulitis”


Soft tissue infections with Scedosporium spp. are an uncommon but serious and emerging cause of infection in immunocompromised patients. Acute Medical Units (AMUs) in the UK are increasingly managing patients with cellulitis in an outpatient setting, therefore acute physicians should be aware of some of the more uncommon causes of soft tissue infection,…

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