Disseminated Mucocutaneous Histoplasmosis Diagnosed in the United Kingdom, Presumably as a Result of Recrudescence Decades After Primary Infection Following Immunosuppressive Treatment of Its Mimic, Sarcoidosis: A Multidisciplinary Cautionary Tale : The American Journal of Dermatopathology

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Disseminated Mucocutaneous Histoplasmosis Diagnosed in the United Kingdom, Presumably as a Result of Recrudescence Decades After Primary Infection Following Immunosuppressive Treatment of Its Mimic, Sarcoidosis: A Multidisciplinary Cautionary Tale

Earp, Eleanor MBBS, MRes, AFHEA, MRCP (Derm)*; Gordon, Patricia M. MSc, MB ChB, MRCP; Tan, Adrian MB ChB, MRCP, MRCP (Rheumatology), MD; Page, Iain MB ChB, BSc (Hons), DTM&H, DipHIV, MRCP (ID), PhD§; Thum, Chee K. FRCPath; Mackenzie, Andrew I. MB ChB, MRCP, MRCP (Derm); Johnson, Elizabeth PhD, FECMM‖,**; Biswas, Asok MD, FRCPath, Dip RCPath††

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The American Journal of Dermatopathology: December 2022 - Volume 44 - Issue 12 - p 984-988
doi: 10.1097/DAD.0000000000002235
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