Pseudallescheria boydii

Pseud·al·les·che·ri·a boy·di·i

(sūd'al-es-kē'rē-ă boy'dē-ī),
A species of fungus that causes eumycotic mycetoma and pseudallescheriasis; its conidial (asexual) state is Scedosporium apiospermum; formerly called Allescheria boydii.

Pseud·al·les·che·ri·a boy·di·i

(sūd'al-es-kē'rē-ă boy'dē-ī)
A species of fungus that causes eumycotic mycetoma and pseudallescheriasis; its conidial (asexual) state is Scedosporium apiospermum.

Pseudallescheria boydii

(syn. Petriellidium boydii, Allescheria boydi) perfect state of scedosporium apiospermum.
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Pseudallescheria boydii (asexual form, Scedosporium apiospermum) is hypothesized to be the most common fungal pathogen associated with near-drowning, although this finding has not been studied specifically in the context of disasters (30).
Culture confirmation was available in five specimens, which showed Aspergillus fumigatus in 2, Aspergillus flavus 1, Pseudallescheria boydii 1 and Candida albicans (in mixed infection) in 1.
6) Causative organisms include Aspergillus species, Fusarium species, Bipolaris species, Curvularia lunata, and Pseudallescheria boydii.
Identify the following fungi based on colony morphology and microscopic appearance: Aspergillus spp, Penicillium spp, Histoplasma capsulatum, Coccidioides immitis, Fusarium spp, Penicillium marneffei, Pseudallescheria boydii, and Zygomycetes.
americanum extracts Growth form/fungal species Phylum Source (a) Filamentous Alternaria alternata (Fries) Keissler Ascomycota OMH-FR9884 Aspergillus fumigatus Fresenius Ascomycota OMH-FR2837 Fusarium oxysporum Schechtendahl Ascomycota OMH-FR6448 Microsporum gypseum (Bodin) Ascomycota OMH-FR2385 Guiart et Grigorakis Pseudallescheria boydii (Shear) Ascomycota OMH-FR2625 McGinnis et al.
Abstract: Pseudallescheria boydii is a ubiquitously occurring fungus.
neoformans, Blastomyces dermatitidis, Histoplasma capsulatum, and Pseudallescheria boydii.
Antifungal susceptibilities of the species of the Pseudallescheria boydii complex.
In a retrospective review of 24 patients from whom Pseudallescheria boydii had been recovered, it was found that 20 patients had cystic fibrosis as their underlying disease process.
Fungal sinusitis secondary to Pseudallescheria boydii is rare, as only 25 cases have been previously reported in the literature.
apiospermum, the anamorph of Pseudallescheria boydii, was described more than a century ago as a cause of Madura foot and subsequently mycetoma and otitis externa.