Madurella mycetomatis | definition of Madurella mycetomatis by Medical dictionary
Madurella mycetomatis A fungus that is slow-growing, flat, leathery, and white to yellow to yellowish-brown in colour, which forms aerial mycelia. It is a major cause of mycetoma.
Amphotericin B, itraconazole, voriconazole.
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