A 53 year old man with Felty’s syndrome presented with abdominal pain and fever. He underwent a laparotomy after starting broad spectrum antibiotics. An intestinal biopsy showed skip ulcers with fungal hyphae. Peritoneal exudates grew Candida albicans. He was started on intravenous fluconazole and then switched to liposomal amphotericin to which he showed a good clinical response. After one month at home he was readmitted with candidosis and died of a myocardial infarction.
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