Fusariosis may present with symptoms and signs such as cutaneous lesion, endophthalmitis, rhinocerebral and pneumonia.
Fusariosis is caused by fusarium. Fusarium is part of the hyalohyphomycosis group. Fusarium is presented with filamentous hyphae.
The common mode of transmission is via inhalation of the aerosolized spores which present in the soil. Fusariosis is common in burn, neutropenic and transplanted patient.
Tissue biopsy under direct examination may reveal the present of hyphae. Culture is also considered to justify the finding.
The common treatment of fusariosis may include amphotericin B and azoles
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