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griseofulvin
dermatophystosis
eukaryotic
complex cell wall
fungi
sabouraud's medium
fungi
contain
DNA/RNA
fungi
asexually budding
yeasts
mycelium
molds
different stuctures at different temperatures
dimorphism
saprophytic
molds
host tissue at body temp
yeast
asexual spores=
condidia
sexual spores =
fungi that reproduce sexually by mating
80C for 30 mins
fungi spores are killed
sexual spores
1-ascospores-yeasts
2-basidiospores-molds
3-zygospores-mold
granulomas
response to infection with fungal infection
cell wall of fungi =
chitin
glucans
proteins
uncontrolled diabetes
mucormycosis
saprophytic mold
mucormycosis
black
dead tissue in nasal cavity
murcormycosis
blocks blood supply to brain
mucormycosis
coumarin derivatives
aflatoxins
liver damage
aspergillus flavus
aflatoxins
aspergillus flavus
suspected of causing hepatic carcinoma
aflatoxins
molds only
aspergillus
not dimorphic
aspergillus
acquired during hospitalization
nosocomial infections
candida albicans
aspergillus
e coli
hepatitis
herpes
peudomonas
strep
staph
nosocomial infections
amphotericin B
coccidiodomycosis
valley fever
coccidiodomycosis
primary infection in lung
coccidiodomycosis
mold
yeast
blastomyces
north / central america
blastomyces
ohio
mississippi
histoplasmosis
mild pulmonary illness
histoplasmosis
within macrophages
yeast cells of
histoplasmosis
histoplasmosis resembles
TB
histoplasmosis produce
chlamydospores
acquired from another individual
histoplasmosis
blastomycosis