chromoblastomycosis


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a fungal infection characterized by itchy warty nodules on the skin

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The exact prevalence and incidence of chromoblastomycosis are unknown because of sporadic case reports.
Chromoblastomycosis associated with a lethal squamous cell carcinoma.
Sometimes, culture for chromoblastomycosis organisms is negative but the diagnosis is still made on clinical picture supported by typical histological findings.
Of the two main aetiological agents of chromoblastomycosis, Cladophialophora carrionii is thought to be endemic in semiarid zones while Fonsecaea pedrosoi is seen more in humid tropical climates.
Fungal foes: presentations of chromoblastomycosis post-hurricane Ike.
Ajoene and 5-Fluorouracil in the topical treatment of Cladophialophora carrionii chromoblastomycosis in humans: a comparative open study.
In such cases, the differential diagnosis includes lichen simplex chronicus, mycetoma, chromoblastomycosis, and squamous cell carcinoma.
Treating chromoblastomycosis with systemic antifungals.
Development of a chronic chromoblastomycosis model in immunocompetent mice.
Posaconazole has also shown effectiveness against nonmeningeal coccidioidomycosis (80% response rate), zygomycosis (71% response rate), cryptococcus (48% response rate), fusarium (46% response rate), candida (52% response rate), chromoblastomycosis (82% response rate), pseudallescheria (43% response rate), histoplasmosis (100% response rate), and hyphomycosis (80% success rate), Dr.
Cerebral chromoblastomycosis due to cladosporium trichoides (bantianum) part I.
3-9) Clinical differential diagnosis includes the nodular variant of chromoblastomycosis, keloids, xanthomas, fibromas, Kaposi's sarcoma, neurofibromas and dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans.
Based on these clinical features we considered the differential diagno- sis of cutaneous tuberculosis (lupus vulgaris), chromoblastomycosis or deep fungal infection.
Posaconazole has also shown effectiveness against nonmeningeal coccidioidomycosis (80% response rate) zygomycosis (71% response rate), cryptococcus (48% response rate), fusarium (46% response rate), candida (52% response rate), chromoblastomycosis (82% response rate), pseudallescheria (43% response rate), histoplasmosis (100% response rate), and hyphomycosis (80% success rate).
46%) showing the following pattern; sporotrichosis 72%, chromoblastomycosis 100%, mycetoma 66.