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- n. A systemic infection caused by the fungus Cryptococcus neoformans that can affect any organ of the body but most often occurs in the central nervous system.
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- n. A serious and potentially fatal fungal disease caused by members of the Cryptococcus neoformans species complex, believed to be acquired by inhalation of the infectious propagule from the environment.
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- n. a fungal infection characterized by nodular lesions--first in the lungs and spreading to the nervous system
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He could also get cryptococcosis, which is a fatal fungal disease that's contracted through inhalation.
The clinical diagnosis can also be made difficult by associated diseases such as cryptosporidium, disseminated cryptococcosis, cytomegalovirus infection or mycobacterial infection.
The deceased was Elizabeth MacIntyre, a thirty two year old woman who had died as a result of a rare infection, called cryptococcosis.
Histoplasmosis and cryptococcosis are fungal diseases with symptoms that can include fatigue and fever.
Health experts say pigeon droppings have been associated with three diseases: histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis and psittacosis.
Health experts say pigeon droppings have been associated with three diseases: Histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis and psittacosis.
CRNS and the Institut Pasteur conducted research in France on patients diagnosed with cryptococcosis ...
Histoplasmosis and cryptococcosis are caused by fungi that grow in the droppings.
Three human diseases are known to be associated with pigeon feces: Histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis and Psittacosis, according to a fact sheet developed by the New York City
Another common form of cryptococcosis is central nervous system infection, such as meningoencephalitis.