alexa Abstract | In Cranial Nerves Palsy, Do not Miss Fungal Etiology
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Mucormycosis is a rare opportunistic fungal infection caused by filamentous fungi of order Mucorale. It is characterized by infection and necrosis of host tissue that is resulted from invasion of vasculature by hyphae. The genera most commonly found in human infection is Rhizopus and Mucor [1]. Based on its clinical presentation and anatomic sites invasive mucormycosis is classified into 6 clinical forms: rhino-cerebral, pulmonary, cutaneous, gastro-intestinal, disseminated and uncommon rare form such as endocarditis, peritonitis and renal infection

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Author(s): Attia TH and Saeed MA


Cranial nerves, Cerebral mucormycosis, Cerebral Palsy, Neuropathy, CNS and Neurological Disorders

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