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First Case of Nosocomial Fungemia Caused by Candida melibiosica

Lim HJ, Lee OJ, Kim SH, Shin MG, Shin JH

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A Case of Fungemia with Co-isolation of Candida parapsilosis and Trichosporon asahii Confirmed by MALDI-TOF MS and D2 rRNA Sequencing

Seo JD, Kim NH, Hong YJ, Kim TS, Hwang SM, Park JS, Seong MW, Park KU, Song J, Park SS, Kim EC

Fungi are a major cause of human infections with diverse clinical manifestations. The incidence of fungal infections has increased over time, particularly in patients who have risk factors such as...
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First Case of Catheter-related Malassezia pachydermatis Fungemia in an Adult

Lee J, Cho YG, Kim DS, Choi SI, Lee HS

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Catheter-Related Trichosporon asahii Bloodstream Infection in a Neutropenic Patient with Myelodysplastic Syndrome

Go SE, Lee KJ, Kim Y, Choi JK, Kim YJ, Lee DG

Because primary antifungal prophylaxis is widely used for immunocompromised hosts, the incidences of unusual fungal infections have increased. Trichosporon asahii has emerged as an important life-threatening opportunistic systemic pathogen because...
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Usefulness of Two-Step Algorithm with Earlier Growth Detection in Anaerobic Bottle and Time to Positivity to Predict Candida glabrata Fungemia

Byun JH, Lee DH, Kim S

BACKGROUND: Fast identification of Candida glabrata is important, because empirical antifungal therapy for fungemia with C. glabrata and non-C. glabrata varies. We proposed an algorithm for rapid presumptive diagnosis to...
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Infectious peritonitis after endoscopic ultrasound-guided biliary drainage in a patient with ascites

Okuno N, Hara K, Mizuno N, Kuwahara T, Iwaya H, Tajika M, Tanaka T, Ishihara M, Hirayama Y, Onishi S, Toriyama K, Ito A, Kuraoka N, Matsumoto , Obata M, Yasuda M, Kurita Y, Tanaka H, Niwa Y

SUMMARY OF EVENT: Bacterial, mycotic peritonitis and Candida fungemia developed in a patient with moderate ascites who had undergone endoscopic ultrasound-guided biliary drainage (EUS-BD). Antibiotics and antifungal agent were administered...
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Successful Treatment of Catheter Related Blood Stream Infection By Millerozyma farinosa with Micafungin: A Case Report

Hong SI, Suh YS, Kim HO, Bae IG, Shin JH, Cho OH

Millerozyma farinosa (formerly Pichia farinosa) is halotolerant yeast mainly found in food and ubiquitous in the environment. It was a rare yeast pathogen, but it has recently emerged as a...
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Trends in Microorganisms Isolated from Blood Cultures at a Veterans Hospital from 2012 to 2015

Ji M, Choi YM, Bae E, Kim CK

Blood culture is important to detecting bacteremia and fungemia in patients with suspected sepsis. We observed a four-year trend of blood culture isolates in the frequency by age group and...
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Kodamaea ohmeri Fungemia in a Patient with Carcinoma of the Ampulla of Vater

Son BR, Shin KS

Kodamaea ohmeri, previously known as Pichia ohmeri or Yamadazyma ohmeri, is an ascosporogenous yeast that belong to the Saccharomycetaceae family, and it is a rare yeast-form fungus recently identified as...
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Sepsis Due to Rhodotorula mucilaginosa in a Patient with Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Bae TW, Lee J, Cho YG, Kim DS, Choi SI, Lee HS

Rhodotorula species are round to oval-shaped, multilateral budding, encapsulated yeasts that produce urease and do not ferment carbohydrates. Rhodotorula species form characteristic salmon-pink colored colonies owing to carotenoid pigment production....
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Successful Treatment of Fungemia Caused by Cyberlindnera fabianii with Anidulafungin: A Case Report

Lee JI, Yu S, Park JS, Joo EJ, Shin JH, Kwon MJ

Cyberlindnera fabianii (previously known as Hansenula fabianii, Pichia fabianii, and Lindnera fabianii) is a yeast species that forms a biofilm, allowing it to resist azole drugs. In this study, we...
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A Case of Trichosporon asahii Fungemia with Urinary Tract Infection as a Primary Focus

Kim Z, Song KE, Lee WK

Since the report of disseminated trichosporonosis in 1970s, several cases of infection by various Trichosporon species in different clinical patients were published. We've isolated a strain of T. asahii from...
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Trends in Bloodstream Infections at a Korean University Hospital between 2008 and 2013

Oh TS, Nam YS, Kim YJ, Yang HS, Lee MY, Gu HJ, Lee HJ

BACKGROUND: Blood culture remains the definitive method for diagnosing bacteremia and fungemia. In this study, we investigated the incidence of bacterial and fungal infections along with the trends in antimicrobial...
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Possibility of Frequent Detection of Invasive Cyberlindera fabianii Infection Using Molecular Method

Kim YJ, Yang JJ, Lee HJ

A case of fungemia caused by Cyberlindera fabianii was reported in the September issue of Annals of Clinical Microbiology. The C. fabianii that causes rare invasive infection can easily be...
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Clinical Usefulness of Routine Use of Anaerobic Blood Culture Bottle

Song SA, Kim JH, Shin JH, Kim SH, Lee NY, Kim MN, Kim S

BACKGROUND: Blood culture for diagnosis of bacteremia and fungemia comprises aerobic and anaerobic cultures. The clinical utility of routine anaerobic blood culture has been questioned for a long time and...
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Candida Arthritis in a Hemodialysis Patient

Park SY, Kwon YH, Kim SW, Jang DW, Jung YO, Shon MS, Cha RH

Candida is a rare cause of infectious arthritis, and it can be found in infants and immunocompromised patients. Patients with maintenance hemodialysis are prone to opportunistic infections because of altered...
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Isolated Renal Mucormycosis in a Healthy Immunocompetent Patient: Atypical Presentation and Course

Pahwa M, Pahwa AR, Girotra M, Chawla A

  • KMID: 2316124
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 2013 Sep;54(9):641-643.
Isolated renal mucormycosis is rarely identified and has been described in only a handful of cases. We hereby report a case of isolated renal mucormycosis with an atypical presentation in...
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Catheter-Associated Rhodotorula mucilaginosa Fungemia in an Immunocompetent Host

Kim HA, Hyun M, Ryu SY

Rhodotorula species live in the environment, but can also colonize human epithelium, as well as respiratory, and gastrointestinal tracts. Reports of infection, especially in the past 2 decades, have noted...
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Kodamaea ohmeri Fungemia Associated with Colonoscopic Stent Insertion: A Case Report

Yu TS, Lee JY, Park YM, Choi HK, Kim YK, Kim HY

  • KMID: 2267838
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2013 Jul;85(1):106-109.
Kodamaea (Pichia) ohmeri is a rare fungal pathogen that has recently been identified as an etiological agent of fungemia in immunocompromised patients. We report a case of K. ohmeri fungemia...
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Fungemia due to Trichosporon dermatis in a patient with refractory Burkitt's leukemia

Hashino S, Takahashi , Morita R, Kanamori H, Onozawa M, Kawamura T, Kahata K, Kondo T, Tokimatsu , Sugita T, Akizawa K, Asaka M

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