MIC 541-Exam 5-Mycology 8
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What group does not usually contract Aspergillus?
What is the pathology of Aspergillus in the host?
- Spores germinate
- Hyphae invade tissues
Do AIDS patients tend to get aspergillus infections?
What are the types of Aspergillus infections?
Where is cutaneous Aspergillosis usually found?
What type of Aspergillus infection is found at catheter sites or wounds?
What is a fungal ball?
non-invasive Aspergilloma or aspergillus hyphal growth in sinuses, lungs and eye
What is the term for a non-invasive Aspergillus hyphae growth in the eye, lungs and sinuses?
How is Aspergilloma treated?
Describe the pathology of disseminated aspergillus infections:
Invasive hyphal growth
What is the success rate for disseminated Aspergillus infections?
What is the treatment for Disseminated Aspergillus infections?
- Amphotericin B
What disease would you treat with Posoconazole, Echinocandin and Amphotericin B?
What would you like to do?
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