Cladosporium carrionii


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Clad·o·spo·ri·um car·rion·'i·i

a species of fungi that is a cause of chromoblastomycosis in humans.

Cladosporium carrionii

Cladophialophora ajelloi Infectious disease The dematiaceous aeroallergenic fungal agent of chromoblastomycosis. See Chromoblastomycosis.
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(3, 2.7%), Aspergillus flavus (2, 1.8%), Aspergillus fumigates (2, 1.8%), Cladosporium carrionii (4, 3.7%), Cladophialophora spp.
Celulas displasticas de Cladosporium carrionii. Dermat.
Cladosporium carrionii en vegetacion xerofila: aislamiento en una zona endemica para la cromomicosis en Venezuela.
The infection can be caused by a number of fungi, but the vast majority is caused by Fonsecaea pedrosoi and Cladosporium carrionii. [1] Fonsecaea pedrosoi appears to be the most common etiological agent worldwide as well as in cases reported from warm and humid regions of India.
Cladosporium carrionii, was isolated from culture on Sabouraud's agar.