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Cutaneous Manifestation of Disseminated Cryptococcosis Mimicking Herpes Zoster

Choi H, Shim DH, Kim MS, Shin BS, Na CH

Cutaneous cryptococcosis is classified either as localized cutaneous cryptococcosis, in which the lesions are confined to one area of the skin, or as disseminated cryptococcosis, in which cutaneous manifestations are...
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Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis in an Older Immunocompetent Patient: A Case Report

Choi H, Kim YI, Na CH, Kim MS, Shin BS

Cryptococcus neoformans is an encapsulated yeast that can be found in pigeon droppings, hay, and dust. Primary cutaneous cryptococcosis (PCC) without systemic involvement is recognized as a distinct clinical condition...
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A Case of Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis Arising on the Abdomen and Review of the Literature

Park J, Cho YS, Kim DW, Woo SH, Yun SK, Kim HU

Primary cutaneous cryptococcosis is isolated cutaneous cryptococcosis without evidence of systemic involvement. It usually presents as a solitary nodule in an exposed area, such as head and neck or extremities,...
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Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis in a Patient with Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Kim TW, Park SM, Moon JH, Song M, Kim HS, Kim BS, Kim MB, Ko HC

  • KMID: 1789720
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 2013 Dec;18(4):111-116.
Cutaneous manifestation due to Cryptococcus neoformans is mostly reported in cases of the secondary findings to hematogenous dissemination while the primary cutaneous cryptococcosis (PCC) is a very rare. PCC usually...
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Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis in a Patient with Iatrogenic Cushing's Syndrome: A Case Report and Review of the Literature

Ko YJ, Hong MH, Park CM, Moon HW, Hur M, Yun YM

Cryptococcus neoformans (C. neoformans) is a ubiquitous yeast-like fungus that has been a common opportunistic human pathogen, especially in immunocompromised patients. Although skin lesions due to C. neoformans are found...
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A Case of Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis Misdiagnosel as Skin Tuberculosis

Kim YJ, Seo SJ, Ro BI

  • KMID: 2080354
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 2003 Mar;8(1):16-20.
Cryptococcosis is an opportunistic yeast infection caused by Cryptococcosis neoformans. The cutaneous manifestations are usually polymorphic and nonspecific. Lesions may appear as subcutaneous swelling, abscesses, tumor-like masses, papules or large...
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A Case of Cutaneous Cryptococcosis Clinically Mimicking Keratoachantoma

Jeong KB, Kim HC, Park JW, Choi JS, Kim KH

  • KMID: 1602361
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 2001 Sep;6(3):174-178.
Cutaneous involvement of patient with systemic cryptococcosis occur in 10% to 15% of the case reported in literature. We report a case of cutaneous cryptococcosis clinically mimiking keratoacanthoma in a...
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Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis Treated with Fluconazole

Kang HY, Kim NS, Lee ES

  • KMID: 1568247
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2000 Jun;38(6):838-840.
We report a case of primary cutaneous cryptococcosis in a 63-year-old female, who had a painful deep ulceration on the left forearm for 2 months. Histopathological examination showed numerous encapsulated...
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Cutaneous Cryptococcosis Clinically Mimicking Necrotizing Fasciitis

Kim DS, Jang HC, Yoon YM, Kim SW, Kim SK

Secondary cutaneous cryptococcosis may occur earlier than other manifestations of disseminated cryptococcosis. A 68-year-old woman presented with multiple ulcerative lesions on the right calf of 2 weeks duration. She had...
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A Case of Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis in a Patient with Iatrogenic Cushing's Syndrome

Kim DH, Kim M, Kim SJ, Lee SC, Won YH

  • KMID: 2307121
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 1998 Dec;3(2):195-199.
We presented here a case of the primary cutaneous cryptococcosis in a patient with iatrogenic Cushing's syndrome. The patient was 72-year-old female and showed painful shallow ulcer with pus discharge...
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Two Cases of Cutaneous Cryptoccosis Mimicking Cellulitis

Kim HJ, Min HG, Lee ES

  • KMID: 2307120
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 1998 Dec;3(2):190-194.
Crytococcus neofomans is an encapsulated budding yeast with well-defined ecological biotopes and the second most common nose of the fungal infection in immunocompromised patients. It is 18re for a cryptoccosis...
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Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis Treated with Itraconazole

Jeong MC, Park SH, Kim KJ, Kang HJ

  • KMID: 1855467
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 1998 Jun;3(1):63-66.
In most instances, Cryptococcosis is a systemic disease caused by the yeast-like fungus Cryptococcus neoformans through respiratory tract. The organism is worldwide in its distribution, is saprophytic, and is found...
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Two Cases of Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis

Lee K, Kang HC, Hahm JH, Kook HI

  • KMID: 2038924
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 1990 Apr;28(2):216-221.
We report two cases of primary cutaneous cryptococcosis that is a very rare disease. One patient was a 45 year-old female, who had had an erythematous hard nodule on dorsum...
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A Case of Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis Successfully Treated with Topical Application of 5-Fluorocytosine Ointment

Choi SP, Suh JI, Ihm CW

  • KMID: 2231671
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 1985 Apr;23(2):224-228.
Primary cutaneous cryptococcosis of ulcers and plaques developed on the face of an otherwise healthy 7-year-old boy. Lesions were successfully treated with 10% 5-fluorocytosine ointment under occlusive dressing, Cultures for...
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