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J Clin Periodontol. Pediatr Infect Dis J. However, human botfly infestation is becoming more commonly seen in nonindigenous areas. Diagnosis is mainly clinical. Figure 1 Furuncular breast lesion with multiple sinuses containing Tumbu fly larvae. Ann Trop Med Parasit. To the best of our knowledge, only one case of breast myiasis due to C.
English French. Dermatobia hoministhe botfly, is indigenous to Central and South America. Cutaneous furuncular myiasis, human infestation of larvae in human breast by the botfly, has rarely been reported. Symptoms of infestation include a locally painful, firm furuncular lesion, often with a centrally located pore. Due to their infrequent occurrence, these lesions are often misdiagnosed as cellulitis, leishmaniasis, furunculosis, staphylococcal boil, insect bite or sebaceous cyst — conditions with similar presentations. A year-old man presented to his primary care physician with what appeared to be an infected sebaceous cyst on his posterior scalp.