fungemia

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fungemia

 [fun-je´me-ah]
the presence of fungi in the blood stream.

fun·ge·mi·a

(fŭn-jē'mē-ă),
Fungal infection disseminated by way of the bloodstream.

fun·ge·mi·a

(fŭn-jē'mē-ă)
Fungal infection disseminated by way of the bloodstream.
Synonym(s): fungaemia.
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glabrata have also been reported in Europe (19.6-27%), Saudi Arabia (9.5-17%) and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) (5%).19 Majority of strains in the current study were isolated from neonates and ICU patients which is similar to the results observed in New York.21 A higher number of cases with fungaemia have also been reported in patients admitted to general paediatric and surgical wards of a hospital in Spain.17
We report a case of a 25-year-old lady who presented to our hospital with Guillain-BarrACopyright Syndrome with the subsequent development of refractory fungaemia multi-organ failure and disseminated intravascular coagulopathy.
A first Portuguese epidemiological survey of fungaemia in a university hospital.
are seborrhoeic dermatitis, pityrosporum folliculitis, dacryocystitis, confluent and reticulate papillomatosis, sebopsoriasis, onychomycosis and fungaemia. Due to widely varying environmental factors, epidemiological and clinical profile of PV is expected to vary from one geographical location to other.
HIV-1 infection has been established as a risk factor for fungaemia in both children3 and adults.
is in elderly patients and immunocompromised patients, who are at risk of developing a fungaemia, although it is very rare.
Emergence of Candida tropicalis as the major cause of fungaemia in India.
During 1988-90 20% of all episodes of bacteraemia and fungaemia in our hospital occurred in patients aged 80 or older.
Nosocomial breakthrough fungaemia during antifungal prophylaxis or empirical antifungal therapy in 41 cancer patients receiving antineoplastic chemotherapy: analysis of a etiology risk factors and outcome.