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“Given the ever-increasing number of individuals at risk for fungal infections, it is imperative that physicians “think fungus” when evaluating a potentially infected patient.

The list of documented fungal pathogens is extensive, and one can no longer ignore or dismiss fungi as contaminants or clinically insignificant when they are isolated from clinical material.”

SOURCE: Department of Pathology, University of Iowa College of Medicine – M. A. Pfaller and D. J. Diekema

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