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A Rare Occurrence of Primary Breast Mucormycosis, A Case Report

Zygomycosis primarily affects immunosuppressed and diabetic patients. It is increasingly seen in transplant recipients, hematologic malignancy patients, and those with Covid-19 complications. Clinical signs include skin induration, erythema, and necrosis. Diagnosis involves histological examination, culture, and treatment consisting of surgery, addressing risk factors, and antifungal medications.

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