Rare Cellulite On Mucormycosis

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  •   Joumany Brahim Salem

  •   Imane Tarib

  •   Mahdi Khammaily

  •   Sidi Dahi

  •   Mohamed El Habib bahlou

  •   Essaoudi Mohamed Amine

  •   Yassine Mouzari

  •   Fouad El Asri

  •   Karim Reda

  •   Abdelbarre Oubaaz

Abstract

Mucormycosis is a serious fungal infection that is associated with high mortality, but is rarely reported in ophthalmology. It is a disease with various presentations, this is why it is important to think about it in unbalanced diabetic patients. We report the case of a 27-year-old patient admitted for febrileke to acidosis decompensation of anorbito-facial cellulitis.


Keywords: Diabetes, Mucormycosis, Orbital cellulitis, Sinusitis.

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