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Mycoses in immunocompromised patients

Opportunistic mycoses

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Same structural characteristics under all conditions

Monomorphs

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What fungi group are monomorphs?

Opportunistic fungi

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Infections of outer, "dead" layers

Superficial mycoses

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Mycoses that are treated because the infection is unsightly

Superficial mycoses

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Mycosis that has no host defense stimulation

Superficial mycoses

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Mycosis of the skin, hair, and nails

Dermatophytic mycoses

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Host defense from dermatophytic mycoses causes

Itching

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Mycosis of the muscle, bone, and connective tissues

Subcutaneous mycoses

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MOT of subcutaneous mycoses

Traumatic inoculation

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Mycosis that can disseminate to any of the body's organ systems

Systemic mycoses

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Mycosis that consists of dimorphic fungi

Systemic mycoses

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Opportunistic fungi

Mucor
Aspergillus
Rhizopus
Candida

MARC

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Superficial mycoses

Trichosporon
Exophiala
Malassezia
Piedraia

TEMP

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Dermatophytic mycoses

Microsporum
Epidermophyton
Trichophyton

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Subcutaneous mycoses

Sporothrix
Phialophora
Pseudoallescheria
Exophiala
Cladosporium

SPPEC

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Systemic mycoses

Blastomyces
Coccidioides
Histoplasma
Paracoccidioides

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5 categories of fungal infections

Opportunistic mycoses
Superficial mycoses
Dermatophytic mycoses
Subcutaneous mycoses
Systemic mycoses