neoformans is described as budding yeast
cells with a narrow neck and a "sister-cell" attached, measuring up to seven microns in and surrounded by a polysaccharide capsule that contributes to its virulence and suppression of T-cells.
Caption: Figure 1: India ink preparation demonstrating numerous budding yeast
cells surrounded by capsular halo consistent with the identification of Cryptococcus species.
This finding is further supported by 2 other fatal cases of atypical mycoses reported in HIV-infected men from California (5); histopathologic findings of hyphae and multiple budding yeasts
were consistent with E.
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albicans grows as creamy-white pasty colonies with distinct budding yeasts
on Sabouraud Dextrose Agar at 37[degrees]C.
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Tape impression smears collected from ears revealed budding yeast
cells under oil immersion objective after staining with new methylene blue (Fig.
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Germany) of stained slides revealed different shapes--globusal and oval--(Figure 1) of budding yeast
cells with broadband or narrowband connections; furthermore, mycelium existence were surveyed too.
Indian ink preparation of both samples showed plenty of capsulated budding yeast
cells morphologically similar to Cryptococcus [Figure 2].
At 48 hours, it was identified as cryptococcus neoformans based on urea positivity, rounded budding yeast
cells on CMT agar.
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Candida albicans (Fig 1) was seen as budding yeast
cells, pseudo- hyphae and true hyphae in the oral sears.