Opportunistic Mycoses

What is Opportunistic Mycosis? Opportunistic mycoses are a group of mycoses that are caused by conditionally pathogenic fungi from the genera Absidia, Aspergillus, Candida, Mucor, Penicillium, etc. in immunodeficient individuals. Among infectious diseases, opportunistic mycoses,

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Mycetoma

What is Mycetoma? Mycetoma (madur foot, maduromycosis, phycomycetoma) is a focal, chronic, slowly progressive, often painless destructive disease that starts in the subcutaneous tissue and spreads to neighboring parts of the body. In 1842, Gill

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Lobomycosis

What is Lobomycosis? Lobomycosis (Lobo’s disease) is a skin and subcutaneous chronic granulomatous disease resulting from infection with the fungus Loboa loboi (Lacazia loboi). For the first time reports of the occurrence of this disease

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