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Systemic mycosis

Fungal infection that involves more than one body system or area.

Dimorphic fungi

Fungi which can exist as mold/hyphal/filamentous form or as yeast at different temperature condition.

Asymptomatic

Showing no symptom.

Propagules

A portion of the fungi, such as spores, which will develop into a new individual.

True fungal pathogen

Fungal agent which has the ability to infect healthy man.

Paracoccidoidomycosis

A chronic granulomatous disease that characteristically produces a primary pulmonary infectionthen disseminates to form ulcerative granulomata of the buccal, nasal and occasionally the gastrointestinal mucosa.

Contagious

Disease that spread from one person or organism to another by direct or indirect contact.

Transition

Movement, passage or change from one position, state or stage to another.

Endemic

Confined to a particular area.

Draining sinus

An abnormal channel or fistula permitting the escape of exudate to the outside of the body.

Lesion

Any pathological or traumatic discontinuity of tissue or loss of function of a part.

Osteomyelitis

Bone infection, which causes destruction of the bone itself.

Abscesses

Pus

Necrotic

Death of the tissue in response to disease or injury.

Pulmonary infection

Lung infection