mucormycosis

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mucormycosis

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Diagnosis of pulmonary mucormycosis is difficult owing to the nonspecific clinical and radiologic presentation, as well as ubiquitous nature and colonization of airways by the organisms.
Pulmonary mucormycosis is a rare but life-threatening, rapidly progressive infection that occurs in immunocompromised patients with mortality as high as 76% that is 10-50 times less likely than aspergillus or candida infection [1-3].
Pulmonary mucormycosis is the most common site of infection for renal transplant recipients [9].
Pulmonary mucormycosis due to Lichtheimia ramosa in a patient with HIV infection.
Pulmonary mucormycosis is an opportunistic pulmonary fungal infection from a fungus belonging to the order Mucorales.
(3) Challa et al studied 7 patients with pulmonary mucormycosis and found that 6 had diabetes and 1 had Hodgkin lymphoma.
[sup][1] Tuberculosis (TB) of lymph node combined with pulmonary mucormycosis is rare.
Hashmi, "Pulmonary mucormycosis: an emerging infection," Case Reports in Pulmonology, vol.
We reported an invasive pulmonary mucormycosis case involving RHS, which showed coagulation necrosis of the alveolar septa and remaining air content in the central area with mirrored central ground-glass opacity.
Pulmonary mucormycosis diagnosed by brushing cytology.