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Myiatic Scalp and Skull Infection with Diptera Sarcophaga: Case Report.

Arbit, Ehud M.D.; Varon, Rose E. M.D.; Brem, Steven S. M.D.
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: The authors describe an unusual infestation of an ulcerative squamous cell carcinoma of the scalp and skull with Diptera Sarcophaga larvae. Human myiasis is rare in temperate zones and presents a rather unique neurosurgical challenge. The clinical presentation and treatment of human myiasis are briefly discussed. (Neurosurgery 18:361-362, 1986)

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