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Nearly every pathogenic species of NTM may cause skin and soft tissue infections, but rapidly growing mycobacteria (Mycobacterium fortuitum, Mycobacterium chelonae and Mycobacterium abscessus), Mycobacterium marinum and Mycobacterium ulcerans are the most commonly involved [1]. Many of these cutaneous mycobacteriosis, such as rapidly growing mycobacteria, M [2]. In contrast, some others have a specific geographical Distribution [3]. Cutaneous mycobacteriosis usually appear either after contact of traumatic or Surgical wounds with water or other contaminated products, or, secondarily, as a consequence of a disseminated mycobacterial disease, especially among immunosuppressed patients [4]. Like the flora to which it relates, the mycobacterium shows a Gondwanian Distribution which is evidence of its great antiquity [5].

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