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Moniliforme), and F. solani being the most frequently isolated [29,43]. In humans, Fusarium species can cause disease that is localized, focally invasive, or disseminated [44]. Onychomycosis caused by Fusarium species—in particular F. oxysporum—features characteristic milky lesions [42,45]. The clinical patterns described include SWO, DLSO, and PSO [22]. Though PSO is uncommon, Baran et al [14] found that the combination of PSO with subacute or acute paronychia in an immunocompetent individual is a typical manifestation of Fusarium nail invasion.

Cutis 1989;44:23 – 4. [77] Phair JP, Williams JE, Bassaris HP, et al. Phagocytosis and algicidal activity of human polymorphonuclear neutrophils against Prototheca wickerhamii. J Infect Dis 1981;144:72 – 6. [78] Padhye AA, Baker JG, D’Amato RF. Rapid identification of Prototheca species by the API 20C system. J Clin Microbiol 1979;10:579 – 82. [79] Moossavi M, Bagheri B, Scher R. Systemic antifungal therapy. Dermatol Clin 2001;19:35 – 52. [80] Beaman L. Fungicidal activation of murine macrophages by recombinant gamma interferon.

Purulent discharge from the proximal nail fold might also be present. Culture and microscopy In direct microscopy, Aspergillus infections show hyaline hyphae that are generally somewhat wider than dermatophyte hyphae. They also tend to bear irregular swellings and vesicles that are distinct from the regular chains of substrate arthroconidia produced in tissue by Table 3 Treatment of Fusarium onychomycosis Reference Study type No. of patients (evaluable) Fusarium spp Tseng et al, 2000 [22] Case report 1 (1) De Doncker et al, 1997 [70] Multicenter 1 (1) De Doncker et al, 1997 [70] Multicenter 2 (2) Gupta et al, 2001 [65] Open, prospective 1 (1) Gupta et al, 2001 [65] Open, prospective 1 (1) F.

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