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Sack-like formation of Spores
100%
Functional equivalent to Cholesterol found in Fungal Cell Membranes
80%
Unicellular Fungi produced by Budding/Fission
80%
Multicellular Fungi composed of Hyphae and other structures
80%
Fungi which function as Molds and Yeasts under different growth conditions (Systemic Mycoses are Yeasts in Body Temperature, Mold in Room Temperature)
80%
Tubular structural units of Molds containing Cytoplasm and Organelles either with Crosswalls (Septate) or without Crosswalls (Non-Septate)
80%
Mass of Hyphae forming a visible Colony
80%
Small unicellular spore
80%
Large multicellular spore
80%
Buds on a Yeast Cell
80%
Fungal toxicosis caused by contaminated rye which induces hallucinatio, convulsions, gangrenous lesions
80%
Fungal toxicosis caused by contaminated cereal/seeds/nuts which induces liver damage and cancer
80%
Fungal toxicosis caused by volatile toxins which induces respiratory/other symptoms
80%
Fungus which causes Pityriasis (Tinea) Versicolor
80%
An example of a Superficial Mycosis
80%
Fungi which cause Cutaneous Mycoses / Dermatophytoses (affect 'living' part of skin, causing inflammation and itching)
80%
Cutaneous Mycoses
80%
Cutaneous Mycoses (Dermaphytoses) Pathogenesis
80%
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Cutaneous Mycosis (Dermatophytosis) which is non-responsive to Topical Antifunguls
80%
Diagnosis of Dermatophytosis (Cutaneous Mycosis)
80%
Subcutaneous Mycoses Pathogenesis
80%
Fungus which causes Sporotrichosis (high incidence in rose gardening)
80%
An example of a Subcutaneous Mycosis
80%
Transmission of Systemic Mycoses
80%
Clinical Manifestations of Systemic Mycoses
80%
Systemic Mycoses
80%
Morphology of Blastomyces Mold
80%
Morphology of Histoplasma Mold
80%
Morphology of Coccidioides Mold
80%
Encapsulated Yeast acquired through inhaled Spores, initially infecting the lungs subclinically, but later disseminates to the CNS causing Meningitis
80%
Normal Flora Yeast which causes disease as a result of impaired barrier function: Oral (thrush), Vaginal, GI; commonly causes systemic infections in AIDS/Cancer patients
80%
Yeasts usually acquired in early childhood that undergo lifelong colonization and manifests disease in immunosuppressed (esp. AIDS patients) as Pneumonia
80%
Mold which colonizes body cavities leading to invasive granulamatous and necrotizing lung infection, which can lead to disseminated disease
80%
Molds involved in Rhino-facial-cranial disease which can cause rapidly progressing necrotizing lesions
80%
Zygomycetes
80%

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