trichosporonosis

trich·o·spor·o·no·sis

(trik'ō-spōr'o-nō'sis),
Systemic infection by Trichosporan beigelii; marked by fever or pneumonia with a high mortality; seen in neutropenic patients. Local infection with T. beigelii is white piedra, also known as trichosporosis.

trichosporonosis

infection with fungi of the genus Trichosporon; occurs rarely in immunosuppressed cats as papular or nodular skin lesions around the nostril or at the site of bite wounds on the legs.
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1-3) Trichosporon asahii is the most frequently involved species in disseminated and deep-seated trichosporonosis including systemic infections due to therapeutic failure in transplanted patients.
The first-line treatment for trichosporonosis includes the use of azole antifungal agents, since Trichosporon spp.
Invasive trichosporonosis caused by Trichosporon asahii in a polytraumatized neurosurgical patient: case report.
Trichosporonosis is an uncommon but frequently fatal mycosis in immunocompromised patients.
It is possible that the organism colonised the catheter from the human flora during catheterisation and subsequently developed invasive trichosporonosis.
It causes opportunistic infections called trichosporonosis, especially in immunocompromised individuals and has potential to develop resistance to antifungal therapy (Taj-Aldeen et al.
More than 100 patients with deep trichosporonosis have been described and 60% had severe neutropenia, usually with acute leukemia (16).
Disseminated trichosporonosis caused by Trischosporon loubieri.
About 110 cases of trichosporonosis have been reported, primarily in immunocompromised patients, Dr.
Disseminated trichosporonosis has been reported in immunocompromised patients under echinocandin therapy.