Successful Treatment of Chronic Mucocutaneous Candidiasis Caused by Azole-Resistant Candida albicans with Posaconazole
(a) Extensive dermatophytosis, caused by M. canis at 6 years of age. (b–e) Clinical presentation of C. albicans infection at the time of admission: (b) whitish and yellowish plaques on the tongue and perleche, secondary to candidal infection; (c) skin and nail of the right thumb, (d) skin and nails of the feet; (e) endoscopy showing severe esophagitis. (f) Hands and feet after 8 months of treatment with oral posaconazole, showing a complete regression of skin and nails candidiasis.
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