Chromoblastomycosis Infection

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Which of the following is a characteristic of chromoblastomycosis?

Development of progressive granulomatous lesions

What type of fungi usually causes chromoblastomycosis?

Dematiaceous fungi with melanized cell walls

What is the usual source of the fungal agents causing chromoblastomycosis?

Traumatic inoculation from soil and vegetation

Test your knowledge about Chromoblastomycosis, a subcutaneous mycotic infection caused by dematiaceous fungi commonly found in soil and vegetation. Learn about its chronic nature and the progressive granulomatous lesions it induces.

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