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224 terms
clinical mycology (microbiology rev)
"fungal is part of the six kingdoms of…
what does fungal's cell wall contain?
is fungal's cell wall smooth or rigid?
how many fungal classifications causes…
true
polysaccharides, chitin and glycoproteins
rigid
100
"fungal is part of the six kingdoms of…
true
what does fungal's cell wall contain?
polysaccharides, chitin and glycoproteins
12 terms
MICROBIOLOGY: Clinical Techniques in Mycology
Tissue scrapings are initially treated…
Positive fungi stain with ____________…
Negative fungi stain with ____________…
Pneumocystis requires ________________…
10% potassium hydroxide
Lactophenol cotton blue
India ink
Silver
Tissue scrapings are initially treated…
10% potassium hydroxide
Positive fungi stain with ____________…
Lactophenol cotton blue
45 terms
Microbiology Exam #3 Mycology, name the clinical infection
Scaling dermatosis caused by lipophill…
Irregular, demarcated hyper and hypopi…
Interferes with melanin production
Direct mircroscopic- yeast and hyphae.…
Pityriasis (Tinea) Versicolor
Pityriasis (Tinea) Versicolor
Pityriasis (Tinea) Versicolor
Pityriasis (Tinea) Versicolor
Scaling dermatosis caused by lipophill…
Pityriasis (Tinea) Versicolor
Irregular, demarcated hyper and hypopi…
Pityriasis (Tinea) Versicolor
140 terms
Microbiology, Mycology, Virology , Immunology & Clinical Chemistry
What are the 3 types of media?
How are all media plates incubated?
What are the 5 different forms of media?
List some common types of Plate media…
Nutritive media - grows all types of bacteria & some fungi... S…
Upside down (media side up) to prevent condensation from drip…
Agar - semisolid media... Broth - liquid media... Plate - flat roun…
*Columbia Colistin - nalidixic acid agar (CNA) w/ 5% sheeps b…
What are the 3 types of media?
Nutritive media - grows all types of bacteria & some fungi... S…
How are all media plates incubated?
Upside down (media side up) to prevent condensation from drip…
110 terms
Clinical Mycology
What is the most common type of mycoses?
Where do superficial mycoses occur?
What is the most common reason for sub…
Can subcutaneous mycoses also be calle…
Superficial - 20-30% of adults have one
Outmost layers e.g. mucous membranes, hair and skin
They result from accidental introduction of the pathogen into…
Yes
What is the most common type of mycoses?
Superficial - 20-30% of adults have one
Where do superficial mycoses occur?
Outmost layers e.g. mucous membranes, hair and skin
28 terms
Microbiology - Mycology
Cocidiodes immitis
coccidiodes immitis - Coccidiodomyc…
Histoplasma capsulatum
Histoplasmosis Darling disease
- * Arizona/ desert soil... - arthroconidia -25 tmp... - * speru…
- Pneumoia ... - Desert bumps ... - systemic - AIDS
- bird/ bat ... - Ohio/ Mississippi... - Tuberculate - 25…
- Atypical pneumonia ... - intraelluar yeast ... - tx - * Itraconzo…
Cocidiodes immitis
- * Arizona/ desert soil... - arthroconidia -25 tmp... - * speru…
coccidiodes immitis - Coccidiodomyc…
- Pneumoia ... - Desert bumps ... - systemic - AIDS
61 terms
Microbiology Mycology
Malassezia furfur... Superficial
Trichosporon... Superficial
acremonium spp.
alternaria spp.
Distribution: worldwide... Niche: not saprophyte, human skin col…
Distribution: worldwide (> in tropics)... Niche: soil/ sometimes…
Malassezia furfur... Superficial
Distribution: worldwide... Niche: not saprophyte, human skin col…
Trichosporon... Superficial
Distribution: worldwide (> in tropics)... Niche: soil/ sometimes…
69 terms
Microbiology: Mycology
Histoplasmosis
Blastomycosis
Coccidioidomycosis
Paracoccidioidomycosis
This disease is endemic to the Mississippi and Ohio river val…
This disease is endemic to the Eastern US and Central America.
This disease is endemic to the Southwestern US and California
This disease is endemic to Latin America
Histoplasmosis
This disease is endemic to the Mississippi and Ohio river val…
Blastomycosis
This disease is endemic to the Eastern US and Central America.
24 terms
Microbiology: Mycology
Leading cause of fungal infections
Candida albicans
(T,F)... Candida is an opportunistic path…
Candida diaper rash
Candida albicans
normal human flora... -found in oral cavity, vagina, GI tract, r…
True
Localized -> contiguous infection... -"satellite lesions" in fa…
Leading cause of fungal infections
Candida albicans
Candida albicans
normal human flora... -found in oral cavity, vagina, GI tract, r…
35 terms
Clinical Mycology
Treatment for systemic mycoses (fungal…
Mechanism of transmission for fungal i…
Morphology of fungi (mold vs yeast)?
Immune response to systemic fungal inf…
Local - fluconazole or itraconazole... Systemic - amphotercin B
environment to person (NO person-to-person spread)... also oppo…
Cold (20 degrees C) = mold (hyphae)... Warm/body temp (37 degree…
Granulomas (mimics TB)
Treatment for systemic mycoses (fungal…
Local - fluconazole or itraconazole... Systemic - amphotercin B
Mechanism of transmission for fungal i…
environment to person (NO person-to-person spread)... also oppo…
42 terms
Clinical Mycology
Mycotoxins
Fungi as agents human disease
Cryptococcus neoformans
Fungal cell wall function
Toxins produced and secreted by fungi include: ... -ergot alkylo…
-Mycotoxins... -Allergens... -Colonization and disease
Encapsulated yeast, leading cause of fungal meningitis in hum…
-shape... -rigidity... -strength... -protection osmotic shock... (carbs a…
Mycotoxins
Toxins produced and secreted by fungi include: ... -ergot alkylo…
Fungi as agents human disease
-Mycotoxins... -Allergens... -Colonization and disease
19 terms
Clinical Mycology
Mycotoxins
Fungal Cell Wall
Fungal Cell Membrane
Yeast... 1.... 2.... 3.... 4.
1. Ergot Alkaloids: Mold on bread... 2. Aflatoxin... 3. Sachybotrys…
1. Provides strength, shape, rigidity, protection from osmoti…
1. Contain cytoplasm, regulate nutrient flow... a. Topical phos…
1. Unicellular: Spherical or ellipsoid shape... 2. Reproduce sep…
Mycotoxins
1. Ergot Alkaloids: Mold on bread... 2. Aflatoxin... 3. Sachybotrys…
Fungal Cell Wall
1. Provides strength, shape, rigidity, protection from osmoti…
69 terms
Microbiology: Mycology
Histoplasmosis
Blastomycosis
Coccidioidomycosis
Paracoccidioidomycosis
This disease is endemic to the Mississippi and Ohio river val…
This disease is endemic to the Eastern US and Central America.
This disease is endemic to the Southwestern US and California
This disease is endemic to Latin America
Histoplasmosis
This disease is endemic to the Mississippi and Ohio river val…
Blastomycosis
This disease is endemic to the Eastern US and Central America.
28 terms
Microbiology: Mycology
Systemic mycoses
Treating systemic mycoses
Histoplasmosis
Blastomycosis
Histoplasmosis... Blastomycosis... Coccidioidomycosis... Paracoccidioi…
fluconazole or itraconazole for local infection... amphotericin…
Mississippi and Ohio River valleys.... Macrophage filled with H…
Eastern United States and Central America. ... Causes inflammat…
Systemic mycoses
Histoplasmosis... Blastomycosis... Coccidioidomycosis... Paracoccidioi…
Treating systemic mycoses
fluconazole or itraconazole for local infection... amphotericin…
32 terms
Microbiology Mycology
Histoplasmosis
Histoplasma
Blastomycosis
Blastomycosis
Mississipi and Ohio river valley... Within macrophages... Bird/Bat…
Eastern US and Central America... Inflammaotry lung disease... Diss…
Histoplasmosis
Histoplasma
Mississipi and Ohio river valley... Within macrophages... Bird/Bat…
34 terms
Intro to clinical mycology
List 3 major approaches to diagnosis o…
List 3 safety precautions that must be…
List 4 other safety precautions
Sabourauds dextrose agar characteristics
Clinical... Pathology... Laboratory
No mouth operating or eating in work area; wear protective gl…
Maintain controlled air flow; develop hazardous material prot…
Acidic pH 5.6; nutritionally poor
List 3 major approaches to diagnosis o…
Clinical... Pathology... Laboratory
List 3 safety precautions that must be…
No mouth operating or eating in work area; wear protective gl…
63 terms
clinical mycology
mycology
clinical mycology
mycosis
mycetismus
study of fungi
study of those fungi important as causes of human infection
infection or disease of fungal etiology (fungal infection)
poisoning due to ingestion (mycophagia) of toxic mushrooms- A…
mycology
study of fungi
clinical mycology
study of those fungi important as causes of human infection
20 terms
Mycology (Microbiology)
Fungi are eukaryotes? T/F
Two main characteristics of fungi?
Dimorphic fungi can be yeast or mold.…
Humans have cholesterol, while fungi c…
True
Lack chlorophyll (can't make energy)... *Require aerobic envir…
Body temperature (37 degrees Celcius)
Ergosterol
Fungi are eukaryotes? T/F
True
Two main characteristics of fungi?
Lack chlorophyll (can't make energy)... *Require aerobic envir…
14 terms
Microbiology - Mycology
Systemic Mycoses
Histoplasmosis: Endemic Location and P…
Blastomycosis: Endemic Location and Pa…
Coccidioidomycosis: Endemic Location a…
All of the following can cause pneumonia and can d isse m i n…
Mississippi and Ohio River valleys. Causes pneumoma.... Macropha…
States east of Mississippi River and Central... America. Causes…
Southwestern United States, California. Causes... pneumonia and…
Systemic Mycoses
All of the following can cause pneumonia and can d isse m i n…
Histoplasmosis: Endemic Location and P…
Mississippi and Ohio River valleys. Causes pneumoma.... Macropha…
61 terms
Microbiology: Mycology
saprobic
dimorphs
KOH ( Potassium Hydroxide)
India Ink
feed off of dead organic matter
mold at 25-30 degrees C, yeast at 37 degrees C
breaks down keratin in hair, skin, nails so fungal elements c…
stain that provides a black background for observation of cap…
saprobic
feed off of dead organic matter
dimorphs
mold at 25-30 degrees C, yeast at 37 degrees C
19 terms
Microbiology/Mycology
Bacteria
Chemoheteropthic
Culture Media
Culture & sensitivity
Small prokaryotic cells that have no nucleus and have fewer c…
Obtain energy by oxidation donors in environment
Solid media for bacteria culture. Blood agar, MacConkey agar,…
Test sensitivity of bacteria to an antibiotic
Bacteria
Small prokaryotic cells that have no nucleus and have fewer c…
Chemoheteropthic
Obtain energy by oxidation donors in environment
49 terms
Clinical Mycology
Fungi are known as what in nature?
Candida causes what type of infection?
What are mycotoxins?
What are ergot alkaloids, aflatoxins,…
Saprophytes
Vaginal UTI
Fungal secretions
Fungal mycotoxins
Fungi are known as what in nature?
Saprophytes
Candida causes what type of infection?
Vaginal UTI
41 terms
Microbiology: Mycology
Dimorphic fungi
Char. of systemic mycoses
Treatment for systemic mycoses
How can we distinguish systemic mycose…
Cold (20˚C) mold... Heat (37˚C) yeast
Cause pneumonia, disseminate... Dimorphic fungi (except coccidio…
Local: fluconazole, itraconazole... Systemic: amphotericin B
Systemic mycoses have no person-to-person transmission
Dimorphic fungi
Cold (20˚C) mold... Heat (37˚C) yeast
Char. of systemic mycoses
Cause pneumonia, disseminate... Dimorphic fungi (except coccidio…
60 terms
Clinical Microbiology II - Mycology/Zygomycetes and Dermatophytes (Exam 3)
True or False - Yeast reproduce sexual…
Asexual reproduction results in the fo…
Pseudohyphae differ from true hyphae i…
Symmetrical or asymmetrical division:…
False
Septum
The constriction point isn't sharp in pseudohyphae
Budding = asymmetrical... Fission = symmetrical
True or False - Yeast reproduce sexual…
False
Asexual reproduction results in the fo…
Septum
55 terms
Microbiology - Mycology
What are the two types of conidiogenes…
What is thallic conidiogenesis?
What is blastic conidiogenesis?
What type of conidia are always formed…
Thallic and Blastic
Where the conidia is formed by the conversion of existing hyp…
Where the spore is already evident before it separates from t…
Arthroconidia
What are the two types of conidiogenes…
Thallic and Blastic
What is thallic conidiogenesis?
Where the conidia is formed by the conversion of existing hyp…
47 terms
Microbiology - Mycology
Systemic Mycoses
Histoplasmosis
Blastomycosis
Coccidioidomycosis
- histoplasmosis, blastomycosis, coccidioidomycosis, paracocc…
o Causes pneumonia ... o Endemic Areas - Mississippi & Ohio Rive…
o Causes inflammatory lung disease; can disseminate to skin a…
o Causes pneumonia and meningitis; can disseminate to bone an…
Systemic Mycoses
- histoplasmosis, blastomycosis, coccidioidomycosis, paracocc…
Histoplasmosis
o Causes pneumonia ... o Endemic Areas - Mississippi & Ohio Rive…
39 terms
Microbiology Mycology
cryptococcus
cryptococcus
cryptococcus
cryptococcus
The pt. comes in w/ meningoencephalitis
The pt. comes in w/ nuchal rigidity
The pt. comes in w/ lesions in the heart
The pt. comes in w/ osseous swelling and pain in bones
cryptococcus
The pt. comes in w/ meningoencephalitis
cryptococcus
The pt. comes in w/ nuchal rigidity
61 terms
Microbiology: Mycology
saprobic
dimorphs
KOH ( Potassium Hydroxide)
India Ink
feed off of dead organic matter
mold at 25-30 degrees C, yeast at 37 degrees C
breaks down keratin in hair, skin, nails so fungal elements c…
stain that provides a black background for observation of cap…
saprobic
feed off of dead organic matter
dimorphs
mold at 25-30 degrees C, yeast at 37 degrees C
15 terms
Microbiology: Mycology
Fungi environment
Fungi virulence factors
Types of Fungal Infections
Superficial fungal infection
aerobic
cell membrane contains ergosterol... cell wall contains antigens…
Superficial... Cutaneous... Subcutaneous... Systemic
-Malassezia furfur... -skin pigment change (tinea versicolor)... -U…
Fungi environment
aerobic
Fungi virulence factors
cell membrane contains ergosterol... cell wall contains antigens…
44 terms
Microbiology: Mycology
yeast
mold
coccidioidomycosis
fluconazole itraconazole
Dimorphic fungi are _______ at 37*C... note: except coccidioidom…
Dimorphic fungi are _______ at 20*C
spherule
treatment for local infections
yeast
Dimorphic fungi are _______ at 37*C... note: except coccidioidom…
mold
Dimorphic fungi are _______ at 20*C
71 terms
Microbiology: mycology
Systemic Mycoses
examples of Systemic Mycoses
Histoplasmosis
Blastomycosis
-all can cause pneumonia and can disseminate... -caused by dimor…
-Histoplasmosis... -Blastomycosis... -Coccidioidomycosis... -Paracocci…
-mississippi and Ohio river valleys... -causes pneumonia... -hides…
-blasto buds broadly... -states east of Mississippi River and Ce…
Systemic Mycoses
-all can cause pneumonia and can disseminate... -caused by dimor…
examples of Systemic Mycoses
-Histoplasmosis... -Blastomycosis... -Coccidioidomycosis... -Paracocci…
16 terms
MICROBIOLOGY - MYCOLOGY
dimorphic impiles what
COICCIDOCODES = EXCEPTION BECAUSE IT H…
SYSTEMIC MYCOSES AND TB ARE SIMILAR EX…
HISTOPLASMA - LOCATIN
cold 20 c = MOLD... HEAT 37 = yeast
SPHERULE
cannot be spread from person to person
ONHIO AND MISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY
dimorphic impiles what
cold 20 c = MOLD... HEAT 37 = yeast
COICCIDOCODES = EXCEPTION BECAUSE IT H…
SPHERULE
97 terms
Microbiology (Mycology)
If molds don't form septae what are th…
What are the three types of hyphae
What are dimorphic fungi?
What is the 'perfect state'?
coenocytic
vegetative, aerial, reproductive
Have both yest and mold phase
Sexual reproductive form.
If molds don't form septae what are th…
coenocytic
What are the three types of hyphae
vegetative, aerial, reproductive
98 terms
Microbiology Lecture 5 - Basic Mycology (Clinically Relevant Fungal Infections)
What are the different body forms of f…
True or false: spore-forming spores ma…
Fungal infections may be classified ba…
What are the possible locations of fun…
Unicellular (yeasts)... Filamentous (Hyphae)... Mycelium (Aggregate…
True
Location
Superficial (i.e. Tinea)... Subcutaneous (i..e Sporothrichosis,…
What are the different body forms of f…
Unicellular (yeasts)... Filamentous (Hyphae)... Mycelium (Aggregate…
True or false: spore-forming spores ma…
True
37 terms
Microbiology (Mycology)
What are 4 types of systemic mycoses?
Systemic mycoses can all cause ______…
What type of systemic mycoses is this:…
What type of systemic mycoses is this:…
1. Histoplasmosis... 2. Blastomycosis... 3. Coccidioidomycosis... 4. P…
Pneumonia, disseminate
Histoplasmosis
Blastomycosis
What are 4 types of systemic mycoses?
1. Histoplasmosis... 2. Blastomycosis... 3. Coccidioidomycosis... 4. P…
Systemic mycoses can all cause ______…
Pneumonia, disseminate
138 terms
Microbiology and Mycology
most pathogenic bacteria grow at a pH…
most pathogenic bacteria grow at a tem…
how do bacteria reproduce?
What are the 4 phases of bacterial gro…
6.5 to 7.5
35 to 37 degrees Celsius
binary fission
1. Lag... 2. Logarithmic... 2. Stationary... 4. Death/Decline
most pathogenic bacteria grow at a pH…
6.5 to 7.5
most pathogenic bacteria grow at a tem…
35 to 37 degrees Celsius
138 terms
Microbiology and Mycology
most pathogenic bacteria grow at a pH…
most pathogenic bacteria grow at a tem…
how do bacteria reproduce?
What are the 4 phases of bacterial gro…
6.5 to 7.5
35 to 37 degrees Celsius
binary fission
1. Lag... 2. Logarithmic... 2. Stationary... 4. Death/Decline
most pathogenic bacteria grow at a pH…
6.5 to 7.5
most pathogenic bacteria grow at a tem…
35 to 37 degrees Celsius
52 terms
Microbiology and Mycology
Type of media plate for gram positive…
Type of media plate for gram negative…
Type of media plate for general-use sp…
Type of media plate used for pathogeni…
Columbia colistin-nalidixic acid agar with 5% sheep's blood (…
MacConkey II agar (MAC)
Mueller-Hinton agar (MH)
Salmonella-Shigella agar (SS)
Type of media plate for gram positive…
Columbia colistin-nalidixic acid agar with 5% sheep's blood (…
Type of media plate for gram negative…
MacConkey II agar (MAC)
67 terms
Microbiology--Mycology
Features of systemic mycoses
Dimorphic fungi
What is the treatment for local fungal…
What is the treatment for systemic fun…
-can cause pneumonia... -can disseminate... -all are caused by dimo…
Cold (20 degrees C)=mold... Heat (37 degrees)=yeast
Fluconazole or itraconazole
Amphotericin B
Features of systemic mycoses
-can cause pneumonia... -can disseminate... -all are caused by dimo…
Dimorphic fungi
Cold (20 degrees C)=mold... Heat (37 degrees)=yeast
17 terms
Microbiology, Mycology & Nectopsy
Bacteria
Bacteria
Culture media
Dermatophyte
-Spread through single-celled organisms called germs and are…
-can be cocci, bacilli, spirals and palisades shapes and can…
Solid media for bacteria culture... -blood agar, most common, gr…
-A group of cutaneous mycotoxins organisms commonly know as r…
Bacteria
-Spread through single-celled organisms called germs and are…
Bacteria
-can be cocci, bacilli, spirals and palisades shapes and can…
18 terms
microbiology 5: mycology
systemic mycoses
histoplasmosis
blastomycosis
coccidiodomycosis
-can cause pneumonia and disseminate... -dimorphic fungi... -cold (…
-pneumonia... -Mississippi/Ohio river valleys... -histo hides in ma…
-mississippi river, centra america... -inflammatory lung dz, dis…
-SW USA... -pneumonia, meningitis, disseminate to bone/skin... -inh…
systemic mycoses
-can cause pneumonia and disseminate... -dimorphic fungi... -cold (…
histoplasmosis
-pneumonia... -Mississippi/Ohio river valleys... -histo hides in ma…
27 terms
MICROBIOLOGY: Introduction to Mycology
ALL FUNGI ARE ___________________.
Fungi are ______________ eukaryotes wi…
Fungi have a thick cell wall containin…
2 basic morphological forms of fungi
PATHOGENS
Haploid... Linear
Chitin... Sterols (ergosterol)
1. Yeast... 2. Mold
ALL FUNGI ARE ___________________.
PATHOGENS
Fungi are ______________ eukaryotes wi…
Haploid... Linear
147 terms
MINIMALS Clinical Bacteriology + Mycology
Mention 5 diseases that are frequently…
Mention 2 toxin-mediated staphylococca…
Mention 3 toxic products produced by S…
Which is the most virulent species of…
Impetigo, furunculus, pneumonia, osteomyelitis, food poisonin…
toxic shock syndrome (TSS), scalded skin syndrome, food poiso…
TSST (toxic shock syndrome toxin), enterotoxin, exfoliatin, l…
S. aureus
Mention 5 diseases that are frequently…
Impetigo, furunculus, pneumonia, osteomyelitis, food poisonin…
Mention 2 toxin-mediated staphylococca…
toxic shock syndrome (TSS), scalded skin syndrome, food poiso…
13 terms
Mycology- Clinical Presentation
Tinea nigra
Tinea versicolor
Black piedra
White piedra
Hortaea werneckii
Malassezia furfur
Piedraia hortae
Trichosporon beigelii
Tinea nigra
Hortaea werneckii
Tinea versicolor
Malassezia furfur
30 terms
Introduction to Clinical Mycology
Saprophytes
The Fungal Cell
Fungal Cell Wall
Fungal Cell Membrane
organisms, including heterotrophic plants, fungi, and bacteri…
Fungi are eukaryotes!... -Typical eurkaryotic cell: (have nuclea…
Fungal Cell Wall -Function: shape, rigidity, strength, protec…
Function: contain cytoplasm, regulate nutrient flow, etc... -Str…
Saprophytes
organisms, including heterotrophic plants, fungi, and bacteri…
The Fungal Cell
Fungi are eukaryotes!... -Typical eurkaryotic cell: (have nuclea…
70 terms
Microbiology II: Mycology & Parasitology
systemic mycoses all share the followi…
histoplasmosis... --microscopy and pathol…
blastomycosis... --microscopy and patholo…
coccidioidomycosis... --microscopy and pa…
--cause pneumonia and can disseminate... --all caused by dimorph…
--see macrophages filled with Histoplasma, smaller than RBCs;…
--broad base budding, same size as RBCs; *blasto buds broadly…
--spherule much larger than RBC filled with endospores; *cocc…
systemic mycoses all share the followi…
--cause pneumonia and can disseminate... --all caused by dimorph…
histoplasmosis... --microscopy and pathol…
--see macrophages filled with Histoplasma, smaller than RBCs;…
52 terms
Microbiology Unit 2-Mycology
mycology
fungi
Kingdom Fungi
chemoheterotrophic
study of fungi
yeasts (unicellular)... molds and mushrooms (multi-cellular)
eucaryotes (true nucleus), no chlorophyll (they absorb food),…
organism whose source of carbon and energy are organic compou…
mycology
study of fungi
fungi
yeasts (unicellular)... molds and mushrooms (multi-cellular)
27 terms
Microbiology Mycology 1: Yeasts
Fungi Characteristics (4)
Fungal Infections
2 Groups of Microscopic Fungi
Yeast Characteristics (4)
1. Eukaryotic... 2. Larger than bacteria... 3. Many are multi-cellu…
Mycoses
1. Yeast... 2. Molds
1. Usually unicellular... 2. Usually oval or spherical... 3. *3-7 µ…
Fungi Characteristics (4)
1. Eukaryotic... 2. Larger than bacteria... 3. Many are multi-cellu…
Fungal Infections
Mycoses
26 terms
Microbiology-mycology and fungal diseases
what are the factors predisposing pt t…
what are three superficial mycoses?
what are the subcutaneous mycoses?
what are systemic mycoses?
Steroid hormone therapy... Prolonged antibiotic treatment... Long…
The fungi involved are keratinophilic dermatophytes (Epidermo…
Chloroblastomycosis, mycetoma, and sporothricoses: arely spre…
The Systemic mycoses may involve deep viscera and become wide…
what are the factors predisposing pt t…
Steroid hormone therapy... Prolonged antibiotic treatment... Long…
what are three superficial mycoses?
The fungi involved are keratinophilic dermatophytes (Epidermo…
120 terms
Karl - Microbiology Mycology
Mitotic or asexual reproductive state…
Fungi that lack sexual reproduction
fungi that are capable of sexual repro…
mass or mat of hyphae
Anamorph
imperfect fungi
teleomorph
mycelium
Mitotic or asexual reproductive state…
Anamorph
Fungi that lack sexual reproduction
imperfect fungi
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