Monosporium

Monosporium

 [mon″o-spor´e-um]
a genus of fungi. M. apiosper´mum is one of the causative organisms of maduromycosis.

Monosporium

/Mono·spo·ri·um/ (mon″o-spor´e-um) a genus of fungi, including M. apiosper´mum, a cause of maduromycosis.

Monosporium

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A contribution to the study of mycetoma in the Philippines: maduromycosis caused by Monosporium apiospermum (laboratory studies).
For our literature review, we searched the PubMed database, using the keywords Pseudallescheria, boydii, Verticillium graphii, Allescheria, Glenospora, Indiella americanus, Acremoniella lusii, Petriellidium, Scedosporium apiospermum, monosporium, and sinusitis.
1) The anamorph (imperfect) form of the organism is called Scedosporium apiospermum (formerly Monosporium apiospermum), and was shown by Emmons (36) in 1944 to be the same organism as P boydii.
Pseudallescheria boydii, previously categorized in the genera Allescheria, Monosporium, and Petriellidium, is the perfect (sexual) form of Scedosporium apiospermum.