Entomophthoramycosis

Entomophthoramycosis (or Entomophthoromycosis{rp}) is a mycosis caused by Entomophthorales. Examples include basidiobolomycosis and conidiobolomycosis. ==Treatment== Treatment for phycomycosis s very difficult and includes surgery when possible. Postoperative recurrence is common. Antifungal drugs show only limited effect on the disease, but itrac...
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entomophthoramycosis

A disease caused by fungi of the genera Basidiobolus or Conididiobolus; tissues are invaded by broad nonseptate hyphae that become surrounded by eosinophilic material. A form of zygomycosis. ... See: zygomycosis. ... Synonym: rhinomucormycosis, rhinophycomycosis, subcutaneous phycomycosis. ... Origin: Entomophthorales (order name) + G. Mykes, fungu...
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entomophthoramycosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: en′tō-mof′thō-ră-mī-kō′sis Definitions: 1. A disease caused by fungi of the genera Basidiobolus or Conidiobolus; subcutaneous or paranasal tissues are invaded by broad nonseptate hyphae that become surrounded by eosinophilic material. A form of zygomycosis. See: zygomycosis
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