medical mycology


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med·i·cal my·col·o·gy

the study of fungi that produce disease in humans and other animals, and of the diseases they produce, their ecology, and their epidemiology.
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(a) Department of Microbiology, Jinnah University for Women, Karachi-74600, Pakistan (b) Medical Mycology Research & Reference Laboratory, Department of Microbiology, Jinnah University for Women, Karachi -74600, Pakistan
Gardam is the senior medical scientist in mycology for PathWest Laboratory Medicine; she has an active interest in diagnostics for pathogenic fungi and antifungal susceptibility testing, together with undergraduate and postgraduate education and teaching of medical mycology.
* Mahmoud Ghannoum, Director of Center for Medical Mycology, Case Western Reserve University
Thompson, "Pulmonary sporotrichosis: case series and systematic analysis of literature on clinico-radiological patterns and management outcomes," Medical Mycology, vol.
The European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID) and European Confederation of Medical Mycology (ECMM) guidelines recommend using voriconazole, posaconazole, itraconazole, or in some cases amphotericin B to target infections caused by dematiaceous molds [12].
Meyers, "Opportunistic fungal infection by Fusarium oxysporum in a renal transplant patient," Medical Mycology, vol.
MALDI-TOF-MS-based species identification and typing approaches in medical mycology. Proteomics.
In: Medical Mycology: The Pathogenic Fungi and the Pathogenic Actinomycetes.
Aranha Camargo et al., "Candida glabrata: an emerging pathogen in Brazilian tertiary care hospitals," Medical Mycology, vol.
The spectrum of mycotic disease continues to expand and the field of medical mycology has become a challenging study of infections caused by diverse array of opportunistic fungi.

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