Hyalohyphomycosis

Hyalohyphomycosis is a group of opportunistic mycotic infections caused by nondematiaceous molds, and may be contrasted with phaeohyphomycosis.{rp|329} A hyalohyphomycetes example is Fusarium. == See also == ...
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hyalohyphomycosis

(hi″ә-lo-hi″fo-mi-ko┬┤sis) a hyphomycosis caused by mycelial fungi with colorless walls; most are opportunistic.
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hyalohyphomycosis

An infection caused by a fungus with hyaline (colourless) mycelium in tissue, e.g., species of Fusarium, Penicillium, and Scopulariopsis; circumstances for infections usually involve a decrease in body resistance due to surgery, indwelling catheters, steroid therapy, or immunosuppressive drugs or cytotoxins. ... Origin: hyalo-+ G. Hyphe, web, + myk...
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hyalohyphomycosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′ă-lō-hī′fō-mī-kō′sis Definitions: 1. A general term for infection in tissue caused by a fungus with hyaline (colorless) mycelium. If the mold can be identified, disease should be given a specific name, such as aspergillosis or fusariosis.
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