Trichophyton rubrum Osteomyelitis after Calcaneus External Fixation Pin Stabilization of a Pilon Fracture

Abstract: Fungal organisms are an uncommon cause of osteomyelitis, and no dermatophyte osteomyelitis infections have been reported in published studies. We present the case of Trichophyton rubrum osteomyelitis of the calcaneus. Our patient initially presented with a pilon fracture requiring temporary external fixation while awaiting definitive fixation.

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Trichophyton rubrum Osteomyelitis after Calcaneus External Fixation Pin Stabilization of a Pilon Fracture

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