oculomycosis

oculomycosis

 [ok″u-lo-mi-ko´sis]
any fungal disease of the eye.
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oculomycosis

(ŏk″ū-lō-mī-kō′sĭs) [″ + Gr. mykes, fungus, + osis, condition]
Any disease of the eye or its parts caused by fungus.
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References in periodicals archive ?
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%) [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.