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Two Cases of Herpes Virus Infection of Nose Mimicking Acute Invasive Fungal Infection in Immunocompromised Hosts

Lee C, Jung YG, Kim HY, Hong SD

Various invasive fungal infections can occur in immunocompromised hosts, and an acute invasive fungal infection (AIFI) can be fatal. Because of its high mortality rate, AIFI must be quickly diagnosed...
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Advances in prophylaxis and treatment of invasive fungal infections: perspectives on hematologic diseases

Ahn H, Lee R, Cho SY, Lee DG

Invasive fungal infections (IFIs) are common causes of mortality and morbidity in patients with hematologic diseases. Delayed initiation of antifungal treatment is related to mortality. Aspergillus sp. is the leading...
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Prophylaxis for invasive fungal infection in pediatric patients with allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation

Perez P, Patiño J, Franco AA, Rosso F, Beltran E, Manzi E, Castro A, Estacio M, Valencia DM

Background Antifungal prophylaxis is recommended for hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) to decrease the incidence of invasive fungal infections (IFI). This study aimed to compare the two groups of antifungal prophylaxis...
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A Case of 73-Year-Old Male with Chronic Invasive Fungal Sinusitis Mimicking Sino-Nasal Malignancy

Cho D, Cho SD, Cha H, Kim HJ

Fungal sinusitis is a sinus infection caused by fungal species, most of which are aspergillus species. They can be classified mainly into two groups, invasive fungal sinusitis and non-invasive fungal...
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A Case of Visual Loss Caused by Invasive Fungal Sinusitis of the Onodi Cell

Gim TW, Yoo SC, Lee SY, Jeong JI

Invasive fungal sinusitis is common in immunodeficiency patients and can spread into the orbit or intracranial cavity. The Onodi cell, which is one of the anatomical variations of the ethmoid...
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A Case of Endoscopic Drainage of Pterygoid Fossa Abscess Induced by Fungal Invasion

Kim DY, Kwon JH, Kim JY

The infratemporal fossa consists of critical structures affecting patient quality of life. Though abscess formation in the infratemporal fossa is very rare, drainage is highly recommended to avoid severe complications....
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Orbital Apex Syndrome Caused by Co-infection of Actinomyces with Invasive Fungal Sinusitis

Yoon JS, Hong SR, Park HW

Purpose: We report a case of orbital apex syndrome caused by co-infection of Actinomyces and Aspergillus invasive fungal sinusitis. Case summary: An 87-year-old female visited our clinic for decreased visual acuity...
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Association between Hospital Visits for Superficial Fungal Infections and Climatological Factor

Seo HM, Park SK, Oh SU, Jang JW, Kim JS

Background: No cohort studies exist on the effect of temperature and humidity on the number of visits to hospitals by patients with superficial fungal infections. Objective: The aim of our study...
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The Effectiveness of (1,3)-β-D-Glucan Assay for Diagnosis of Invasive Fungal Infections in Patients with Burn Injury

Lee N, Kim D

BACKGROUND: Fungal infections are emerging as a major cause of healthcare-associated infection, and invasive fungal infections (IFI) are associated with high mortality in burn patients. The (1,3)-β-D-glucan (BG) assay has...
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A Risk Prediction Model for Invasive Fungal Disease in Critically Ill Patients in the Intensive Care Unit

Li F, Zhou M, Zou Z, Li W, Huang H, Zhijie H

PURPOSE: Developing a risk prediction model for invasive fungal disease based on an analysis of the disease-related risk factors in critically ill patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) to...
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Voriconazole plus caspofungin for treatment of invasive fungal infection in children with acute leukemia

Lee KH, Lim YT, Hah JO, Kim YK, Lee CH, Lee JM

BACKGROUND: Invasive fungal infections (IFIs) are a life-threatening problem in immunocompromised patients. Despite timely diagnosis and appropriate antifungal therapy, clinical outcomes of IFIs remain unsatisfactory, necessitating treatment with a combination...
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Prevalence of fungal infections using National Health Insurance data from 2009-2013, South Korea

Yoon HJ, Choi HY, Kim YK, Song YJ, Ki M

OBJECTIVES: The symptoms of fungal infections vary from minor to severe. According to recent reports, fungal infection prevalence is increasing due to increases in the aging population and in patients...
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Pulmonary Cryptococcosis That Was Suspected to be Metastatic Lung Cancer

Kim JI, Cho SR, Kye YK

  • KMID: 2140179
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2009 Feb;42(1):123-126.
Cryptococcosis is a subacute or chronic inflammation that's caused by infection from cryptococcus neoformans in the soil or dust that's contaminated by pigeon droppings. Pulmonary cryptococcosis occurs in immunocompromised patients,...
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Epidemiology of Candidemia in Neonates and Children: A Single Center Experience from 2001 to 2006

Lee TJ, Chun JK, Kim DS

  • KMID: 1528819
  • Infect Chemother.
  • 2007 Oct;39(5):248-254.
PURPOSE: We evaluated epidemiological and clinical features of candidemia in neonates and children. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed the medical charts of hospitalized neonates and children with positive blood...
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Clinical and Mycological Studies on Superficial Fungal Infection

Lee DK, Moon KC, Koh JK

  • KMID: 1640130
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 2006 Jun;11(2):54-63.
BACKGROUND: Superficial fungal infections are common dermatologic disorders, and causative organisms include dermatophytes, yeasts, and nondermatophyte molds. The data about incidence of fungal pathogens can be used to predict increase...
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Epidemiology of Patients with Superficial Fungal Diseases and Their Family Members in Korea

Ro BI, Yang KM

  • KMID: 2307090
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 2001 Jun;6(2):57-63.
BACKGROUND: Superficial fungal disease is one of the most common human infectious diseases. A recent clinical survey reported that more than half of patients with superficial fungal diseases might be...
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Opportunistic Subcutaneous Fungal Infections, 1960-1999

Ahn KJ

  • KMID: 2307097
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 2000 Sep;5(3):101-107.
The reports on the subcutaneous infection cases by the opportunistic fungi, reported in Korean Journal of Dermatology, Annals of Dermatology and Korean Journal of Medical Mycology from 1960 to 1999,...
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Clinicohistopathologic Findings and Their Differential Diagnoses of Pathogenic Fungal Infections of Cutaneoua Deep Mycoses

Koh JK

  • KMID: 1549918
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 1997 Dec;2(2):101-109.
The awareness of classification and differential diagnosis of deep mycoses, particularly systemic infections due to pathogenic fungal infections, is essential for the early detection on and appropriate therapy. These systemic...
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Current Opinion in the Treatment of Opportunistic Fungal Infections

Yoo JH, Shin WS

  • KMID: 2080341
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 1997 Jun;2(1):9-16.
Opportunistic fungal infections are significant causes of mortality and morbidity especially among the immunocompromised hosts. There is now increasing array of drugs available for their treatment. Amphotericin B is the...
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