Curso de Micologia Clínica

Se não conseguiu vir na primeira edição, não perca essa chance!!! Objetivo: Este treinamento propõe-se ao aprimoramento acadêmico aos profissionais que buscam conhecimentos específicos na área de micologia clínica. Qualificando o profissional e o estudante para o mercado de trabalho. Público-alvo: estudantes de biomedicina, biologia, bioquímicos, técnicos em análises clínicas e técnicos em enfermagem. Mais […]

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Multiple Mycetoma Lung Secondaries from Knee Eumycetoma: An Unusual Complication

Case Presentation The reported patient was a 25-year-old university student from the White Nile State in central Sudan who had right knee eumycetoma caused by Madurella mycetomatis. His condition started in 2002 with a small, painless knee swelling, which gradually increased in size. A year later, he developed one sinus and started to discharge sero-purulent […]

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Clinical Alert to U.S. Healthcare Facilities

Global Emergence of Invasive Infections Caused by the Multidrug-Resistant Yeast Candida auris Summary: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has received reports from international healthcare facilities that Candida auris, an emerging multidrug-resistant (MDR) yeast, is causing invasive healthcare-associated infections with high mortality. Some strains of C. auris have elevated minimum inhibitory concentrations (MICs) […]

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Sporothrix Species Causing Outbreaks in Animals and Humans Driven by Animal–Animal Transmission.

The Past and Present of Sporothrix The fungal genus Sporothrix (order Ophiostomatales) comprises a group of thermodimorphic pathogens that cause skin infections in humans and other mammals. Human sporotrichosis was first described in the Mid-Atlantic United States in 1898 by Schenck [1], followed shortly by reported animal infections [2]. Sporotrichosis occurs worldwide, with hyperendemic areas […]

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