Flashcards in Subcutaneous Mycoses Deck (32)
It is the caused by Sporothix schenckii
It is also called gardener’s disease or rose handlers disease
Sporotrichosis is commonly recorvered in?
Soil or thorns of roses
It is the most common clinical manifestation of sporotrichosis
A nodular and ulcerative lesions along lymph channels that drain the primary site of innoculation
This refers to the pulmonary infection that resulted from initial cutaneous infection
Secondary pulmonary sporotrichosis
This clinical infection related to sporotrichosis that is found in patients that are immunicompromised
Extracutaneous/ disseminated sporotrichosis
In direct microscopic examination it shows a cigar-shape yeast
A sporotrichosis is a dimorphic fungus that in lab culture when incubated at 25c will form into a?
At 37c, sporotrichosis will produce?
It is also known as verrucous dermatitis and chromomycosis
Which of the following is not caused by chromoblastomycoses
It is a chronic infection of skin and subcutaneous tissue
Its infections are mostly confined to the extremities, often the feet and legs
The long standing lesions of chromoblastomycosis have?
The lesions of chromoblastomycosis appear as _______ that may become ulcerated and crusted
The specimen collection of chromoblastomycosis is done through?
It is a dark color brown yeast like structure
When chromoblastomycosis is grown in culture it only produces?
It demonstrates a flask-shaped phialides with collarettes
The conidium close tip of conidiophore is termed as?
Its lesions are made up of granulomas and abscesses that drain to the outside through sinus tracts
It is characterized by tumor-like lesions that have draining sinuses
This comtaine granules or grains that are composed of compact mycelial masses
Pus of eumycotic mycetoma
These granules of eumycotic mycetoma produces hyaline fungi
P. Boydii and A. Falciforme
These eumycotic mycetoma granules produces dematiaceous
M. Mycetomatis, M. Grisea, and E. jeanselmei
This causes dermatiaceous fungi
The most common clinical infection manifested by subcutaneous phaeohyphomycosis
Massive invasion and subsequent erosion of ethmoid bone