cladosporiosis

cladosporiosis

 [klad″o-spor″e-o´sis]
any infection with Cladosporium.
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clad·o·spo·ri·o·sis

(klad'ō-spō'rē-ō'sis),
Infection with a fungus of the genus Cladosporium.
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A Invasive candidiasis (n=32) 33% Aspergillosis ( n=22) 23% Histoplasmosis (n=19) 19% Cryptococcosis (n=7) 7% Mucormycosis (n=6) 6% Cladosporiosis (n=s) 5% Coccidiomycosis (n=3) 3% Unspecified (n=2) 2% Fusariosis (n=1) 1% Pneumocystosis (n= 1) 1% Note: Table made from pie chart.
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