50 yrs old male came with h/o diabetic since 10yrs ,brittle,blackish discolouration of right little toe with foul odour and pain ,after amputation specimen was done for PAS, wat s the diagnosis ???

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Straight septate hyphae acute angle branching ?vasotrophic suggestive of Apergillous infection D/Ds Mucor and fungal elements whichimic Aspergillus species......

Diabetic Gangrene with oppurtunistic infection by Asperigillus, showing septate hyphae & branching at acute angles. Advised Fungal C/S.

Fungal hyphae

DIABETIC FOOT ONE OF COMPLECATION OF LONG STANDING UNCONTROLLED D M

Fungal infection..? Hyphae seen.

Aspergillus

Aspergillus infection

fungal infection

Aspergillus fungi.... cannot confirm this is that cause of or result of gangrene

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