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The authors write that disaster-related wounds contaminated with soil or vegetative matter should be monitored for mucormycosis. They provide an overview of treatment strategies and encourage emergency physicians to “maintain a high index of suspicion for cutaneous mucormycosis infections when deep injuries” present.
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