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From: Mycobacterium fortuitum skin infections after subcutaneous injections with Vietnamese traditional medicine: a case report

Figure 1

Top, left to right: pretreatment pictures of hands and feet at day 4 and during treatment at day 67, respectively. Bottom, left to right: two pictures of a Ziehl-Neelsen stain (1000X) of aspirated pus from the abscess on dorsal side of the patient’s right hand (acid-fast bacilli indicated with arrowheads), and a blood agar plate of aspirated pus showing non-pigmented dry colonies of Mycobacterium fortuitum after 4 days incubation (with two contaminating yellow colonies in the middle and bottom of the plate).

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