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Einheimische Mykosen

  • T. Wegmann
Part of the Infektionskrankheiten book series (INNEREN, volume 3)

Zusammenfassung

Die Aspergillose ist eine durch verschiedene Kölbchenschimmel verursachte Pilzerkrankung, die speziell den Respirationstrakt, die Nebenhöhlen der Nase und das äußere Ohr befällt. In seltenen Fällen wird auch das Zentralnervensystem, wahrscheinlich durch die Lamina cribrosa infolge rhinogener Durchwanderung, erreicht. Ferner sind generalisierte Erkrankungen mit Endokarditiden, besonders bei massiver Resistenzverminderung des Makroorganismus, nicht so selten.

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