fusariosis

fusariosis

(fū-sar-ē-ō'sis),
Fungal infection owing to the genus Fusarium.

fusariosis

(fū-zār″ē-ō′sĭs) [Fusarium + ″]
Infection or intoxication by species of the genus Fusarium. It typically affects immunocompromised patients.
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10,26) One potential limitation of the use of BG in clinical practice with HIV-infected patients might be the positivity of the test in other invasive mycosis, such as candidiasis, fusariosis, aspergillosis, and histoplasmosis.
2014), and the use of resistant rootstocks, associated to other integrated management techniques, has been advocated since it is an effective, economic and ecological control measure for fusariosis (CHAVES et al.
Evaluation of Trichoderma harzianum as a biocontrol agent against vascular fusariosis of date palm (Pheonixdactylifera l.
In addition, it should be pointed out the importance of detecting phytopathogenic fungi of the crop still in the seeds, because they are able to cause reduction in germination and initial development of soybean seedlings, besides efficiently spreading diseases such as stem and pod canker, purple seed stain, and anthracnose and fusariosis caused by Phomopsis sp.
Baez-Valdez EP, Carrillo-Fasio JA, Baez-Sanudo MA, GarciaEstrada RS, Valdez-Torres JB, Contreras-Martinez R (2010) Uso de portainjertos resistentes para el control de la fusariosis (Fusarium oxysporum f.
Fusariosis associated with pathogenic Fusarium species colonization of a hospital water system: a new paradigm for the epidemiology of opportunistic mold infections.
Ecthyma gangrenosum-like lesions in a febrile neutropenic patient with simultaneous pseudomonas sepsis and disseminated fusariosis.
1 must meet the following standard: PN-69 / R-74016 (impurities no more than a total of 12%, 4% moisture useless no more than 15%, no grain infected with fusariosis, moldy grains less than 1%, ergot less than 0.
Similarly, fusariosis usually occurs in immunocompromised hosts; endophthalmitis has been reported but usually as a sequela of Fusarium keratitis (10,34) and not de novo, as in this outbreak.
Cutaneous fusariosis by a species of the Fusarium dimerum species complex in a patient acute mieloblastic leukemic.