Principles in the management of oculomycosis
. XXXI Edward Jackson memorial lecture.
This fungus can cause opportunistic human infections, including cutaneous and subcutaneous infections (74.3%), oculomycosis
(9.5%), invasive and noninvasive rhinosinusitis (8.1%), and onychomycosis (8.1%) .
Synonyms include 'keratomycosis' and 'oculomycosis
' (In part), but 'mycotic keratitis' is recommended in preference to 'keratomycosis' so as to have similar names for the diseases caused by fungi, bacteria and viruses.