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Fungal Infections, Pathogenesis and Treatment
400 out of 75,000 Primary infections Opportunistic infections Myco-toxins Allergy
Superficial and cutaneous Subcutaneous Deep (systemic)
Examples of yeast of medical importance Candida species Candida species Cryptococcus neoformans Cryptococcus neoformans Malassezia species Malassezia species
Examples of moulds of medical importance Dermatophytes Dermatophytes Aspergillus species Aspergillus species Zygomycetes Zygomycetes
Skin, hair, nail and mucus membranes Most common World-wide Ringworm infections du to Dermatophytes Yeast infections due to Candida
Dermatophytosis caused by M. canis following contact with infectious cat Dermatophytosis
Skin, subcutaneous tissues, fascia and bone Localized Trauma More in tropics Mycetoma, chromomycosis and sporotrichosis
Sporotrichosis A 60-year-old woman developed multiple subcutaneous nodules and abscesses on her right hand and forearm 7 days after finger thorn prick
Classical Chromoblastomycosis: Fonsecaea pedrosoi De Hoog, Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures
Nodulose chromoblastomycosis (Senegal): Fonsecaea pedrosoi De Hoog, Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures
Deep-seated Inhalation Primary (restricted) Opportunistic (world-wide)
Aspergillosis Pulmonary Disseminated Para nasal sinusitis Candidiasis Pulmonary Candidemia Cryptococcus meningitis
Amphotericin B Nystatin
Clotrimazole Econazole Ketoconazole Miconazole Fluconazole Itraconazole Posaconazole Voriconazole
Echinocandins Anidulafungin Caspofungin Micafungin Terbinafine 5-fluorocytosine
Fungal infections 400 out of 75,000 Primary infections Opportunistic infections Myco-toxins Allergy.
Superficial and cutaneous Subcutaneous Deep (systemic)
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Fungi of superficial keratinized infection Malassezia furfur （秕糠马拉 癣菌）.
Antifungal Drugs. Infectious diseases caused by fungi are called mycoses and they are often chronic in nature. Many common mycotic infections are: - Superficial.
ANTIFUNGAL DRUGS. Infectious diseases caused by fungi are called mycoses. They are often chronic in nature. Infectious diseases caused by fungi are called.
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Drugs used to treat infections caused by fungi Systemic Topical.
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Medical Microbiology Chapter 7 Fungal Classification, Structure, and Replication.
Medical Mycology. Mycology Study of fungi Study of fungi Fungi found every where Fungi found every where.
SUBCUTANEOUS MYCOSES. Subcutaneous Mycoses §The dermatophytes that cause subcutaneous mycoses are normal saprophytic inhabitants of soil and decaying.
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Antifungal Chemotherapy Fungal infections are termed mycoses and can be divided into: (1) Superficial infections: affecting skin, nails, scalp or mucous.
Introduction to Mycology Nov. 30, 2015 Bob Slinger, MD, Division of Infectious Disease, CHEO.
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RESPIRATORY FUNGAL INFECTION. YEASTMOULD FUNGIDIMORPHIC FUNGI OpportunisticPrimary Infectious Candidiasis (Candida and other yeast) Aspergillosis (Aspergillus.
Batterjee Medical College. Dr. Manal El Said Head of Microbiology Department Mycology.
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1 Fungi as Infectious Agents Molds & yeasts are widely distributed in air, dust, fomites & normal flora Humans are relatively resistant Fungi are relatively.
Anti-fungal agents Fungal infections to a large extent are iatrogenic in nature. Fungal infections to a large extent are iatrogenic in nature. Fungal infections.
Antifungal drugs By S.Bohlooli, PhD School of Medicine, Ardabil University of Medical Sciences.
CLINICAL MYCOLOGY 2 INNOCENT AFEKE UHAS. SUPERFICAL /CUTANEOUS MYCOSES (DERMATOPHYTES)
Important characteristics of fungi. Importance of fungal infections. Classification of antifungal drugs. Mechanism of action, spectrum of activity,
Zarqa Private UniversityBiology 4223 – The Fungi Medical Mycology Prof. Khaled H. Abu-Elteen.
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Lecturer name: Dr. Ahmed M. Albarrag Lecture Date: Dec-2012 Lecture Title: Fungal Infections of the skin Superficial and cutaneous infections ( Microbiology)
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MYCOLOGY. MYCOLOGY The fungi are eukaryotic organisms growing as a mass of branching, interlacing filaments known as mycelium. Among the many thousands.
Subcutaneous Mycoses Dr.Huda Ibrahim. Subcutaneous Mycoses These are caused by fungi that grow in soil and on vegetation and are introduced into subcutaneous.
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Mycotic Infections Prof. Khaled H. Abu-Elteen. Mycotic Infections ORGANISM: Genus/Species: There are a large number of different genera and species of.
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1 The Fungi of Medical Importance Chapter Fungi as infectious agents ► molds & yeasts are widely distributed in air, dust, fomites & normal flora.
1 Fungi as Infectious Agents Molds and yeasts are widely distributed in air, dust, fomites and normal flora. Humans are relatively resistant. Fungi are.
Dr.Sanjib Das Reading assignments: Katzung’s Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, 13 th Edi,Ch-48,p ;
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Aspergillus Aspergillus is a filamentous, hyaline mold. It can grow on dead leaves, stored grain, and other decaying vegetation. Large numbers of.
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Beyond bacteria and viruses……. u Diverse group of heterotrophs. Many are ecologically important saprophytes (consume dead and decaying matter) Others.
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1 Fungi as Infectious Agents Molds and yeasts are widely distributed in air, dust, fomites, and normal flora Humans are relatively resistant Fungi are.
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