“I mean could she have had an endocarditis, with a mycotic aneurysms and a TIA on that basis?”
“So when you start talking about some sort of encephalitis, or encephalopathy, you know, you think someone who have been sick maybe for some time, if they had an infection, that was severe enough to cause mycotic aneurysms, which are basically aneurysms, weakening of the blood vessels caused by infection.”
“About 80% of victims in the early stages of the outbreak ate tomatoes before they got sick, said Robert Tauxe, deputy director of the CDC's foodborne, bacterial and mycotic diseases division.”
“Many victims also had salsa, but that percentage was lower than those who ate tomatoes, said Robert Tauxe, deputy director of the CDC's division of foodborne, bacterial and mycotic diseases, in a conference call with reporters.”
“Robert Tauxe, deputy director at the CDC's division of foodborne, bacterial and mycotic diseases, defended the early tomato focus.”
“The cerebral angiogram showed that he also had a mycotic aneurysm in a main blood vessel in his brain.”
“There are also disease-producing fungi which are responsible for certain affections in horses; among these the most important are mycotic lymphangitis, or sporotrichosis, and streptotrichosis.”
“Page and Frothingham were first to recognize its mycotic nature in the United States.”
“This bug has been seen before," said Dr. Robert Tauxe, deputy director of the division of food-borne, bacterial and mycotic diseases at the”
“Salmonella-induced mycotic aneurysm involving an artery supplying the gluteal region.”
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