Cokeromyces recurvatus

Co·ker·o·my·ces re·cur·va·tus

(kō'ker-ō-mī'sēz rē-kŭr-vā'tŭs)
A fungal genus in the order Mucorales; a rare cause of disease in humans, but isolation from pleural and peritoneal fluid has been reported.
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Cokeromyces recurvatus is an uncommonly encountered dimorphic zygomycete in the order Mucorales that was first described in 1950.
Cokeromyces recurvatus isolated from pleural and peritoneal fluid: case report.
Cokeromyces recurvatus as a human pathogenic fungus: case report and critical review of the published literature.
Severe diarrhea due to Cokeromyces recurvatus in a bone marrow transplant recipient.
Cokeromyces recurvatus infection in a bone marrow transplant recipient.
Cokeromyces recurvatus, a mucoraceous zygomycetes rarely isolated in clinical laboratories.
Cokeromyces recurvatus Poitras, a distinctive Zygomycete and potential pathogen: criteria for identification.