Atypical Cutaneous Manifestations of Mucormycosis Infection in Immunocompromised Hosts—Review Article Patel, Upenkumar; Nanjappa, Sowmya; Dietrick, Clifton; More Patel, Upenkumar; Nanjappa, Sowmya; Dietrick, Clifton; Greene, John N. Less Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice. 26(2):71-74, March 2018. Abstract Abstract In Brief In Brief Favorites PDF Get Content & Permissions Abstract: In Brief: The authors present two cases of atypical cutaneous mucormycosis infections in immunocompromised patients. They hypothesize the patient can ingest the Mucor species, which can present in the stool without invasion of the gastrointestinal tract. Stool Mucor species can inoculate into the surrounding perineum region due to fecal incontinence and may invade through the macerated skin leading to a black necrotic ulcerated lesion.