alexa Trichosporon on humans: a practical account.


Clinical Microbiology: Open Access

Author(s): Guho E, Improvisi L, de Hoog GS, Dupont B

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Abstract Six human pathogenic Trichosporon species are described with respect to criteria for routine identification, epidemiology and clinical origin: T. ovoides, T. inkin, T. asahii, T. asteroides (Fissuricella filamenta), T. cutaneum, and T. mucoides. These species are causative agents of white piedra and cutaneous infections and are involved in systemic, localized or disseminated mycoses, particularly in patients with underlying haematological malignancy. Data on in vitro sensitivity to antifungal drugs are provided.
This article was published in Mycoses and referenced in Clinical Microbiology: Open Access

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