Sak·sen·a·ea vas·i·for·mis(saks'ĕ-nē'ă vas'i-fōr'mis),
A fungal species that cause mucormycosis. This species is notable for the proportion of cases with subcutaneous infection, rather than pulmonary or paranasal sinus disease, more typical manifestations of mucormycosis.
Sak·sen·ae·a vas·i·for·mis(sak-sen-ē'ă vā-si-fōr'mis)
One of the fungal species that cause zygomycosis; associated with localized bone and soft tissue infection, usually acquired as a result of traumatic injury.