Cold

What is Cold? Experts familiar to us in everyday life cold are called acute respiratory viral infection (ARVI), or acute respiratory disease (ARI). The cause of the common cold are viruses. The most common viruses

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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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Leishmaniasis

What is Leishmaniasis? Leishmaniasis – a group of parasitic natural focal, mainly zoonotic, vector-borne diseases, common in tropical and subtropical countries; caused by parasitic protozoa of the genus Leishmania, which are transmitted to humans through

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Cryptococcosis

What is Cryptococcosis? Cryptococcosis (synonyms: torulosis, European blastomycosis; Kryptokokkose – German; cryptococcose – French; criptococcosis – Spanish) – subacute or chronic deep mycosis, characterized by a severe course with a primary lesion of the central

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