Bipolaris hawaiiensis

Bipolaris hawaiiensis

species of dematiaceous fungi that is among the causes of phaeohyphomycosis.

Bi·po·lar·is ha·wai·i·en·sis

(bī-pō-la'ris hă-wah-ē-en'sis)
Species of dematiaceous fungi that is among the causes of phaeohyphomycosis
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Preliminary CDC laboratory testing identified Bipolaris hawaiiensis, a rare environmental mold infrequently described as a human pathogen, in ocular specimens from these case-patients.
All available isolates from the 11 confirmed cases that occurred following intravitreal injection of triamcinolone-containing products have been identified as the mold Bipolaris hawaiiensis.
Endogenous endophthalmitis caused by Bipolaris hawaiiensis in a patient with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
9) In the 40 cases described by Dubey et al, (4) aspergilloma was the most frequent organism found (25, 63%), followed by mucormycosis (7, 18%), cryptococcoma (3), Cladosporium (3), Bipolaris hawaiiensis (1), and Candida species (1).