Necrotic Ulceration of the Skin and Fascia

Mackowiak, Philip A.
April 2003
Clinical Infectious Diseases;4/1/2003, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p869
Academic Journal
Presents a photo quiz on necrotic ulceration of the skin and fascia. Details of ulceration on leg of a 60-year-old man; Information regarding an operation undergone by the man on the leg; Treatment of fibrosing alveolitis in the patient including corticosteroid therapy; Appearance of the infected area on the leg; Question regarding the diagnosis.


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