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Figure 10: Cutaneous Furuncular Myiasis (a) Clinical image of furuncular myiasis showing erythematous, indurated and tender furuncular nodules induration, over the trunk. Figure courtesy Yusuf et al[48]. (b) Dermoscopic image from another case of furuncular myiasis showing the posterior aspect of the larva. In the center, two bird's feet-like structures (white arrow) correspond to the breathing spiracles. At the periphery of the creamy-white larva, black dots are seen resembling a thorn crown (black arrow) [DermLite handheld II Hybrid dermoscope, polarized, 10×]; Figure courtesy Abraham et al[49]

Figure 10: Cutaneous Furuncular Myiasis (a) Clinical image of furuncular myiasis showing erythematous, indurated and tender furuncular nodules induration, over the trunk. Figure courtesy Yusuf <i>et al</i><sup>[48]</sup>. (b) Dermoscopic image from another case of furuncular myiasis showing the posterior aspect of the larva. In the center, two bird's feet-like structures (white arrow) correspond to the breathing spiracles. At the periphery of the creamy-white larva, black dots are seen resembling a thorn crown (black arrow) [DermLite handheld II Hybrid dermoscope, polarized, 10×]; Figure courtesy Abraham <i>et al</i><sup>[49]</sup>