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  • Invasive Fungal Infection. [Journal Article]
  • DADtsch Arztebl Int 2019 04 19; 116(16):271-278
  • von Lilienfeld-Toal M, Wagener J, … Kurzai O
  • CONCLUSIONS: Invasive fungal infections are often overlooked in routine hospital care. They should be incorporated into antimicro- bial stewardship programs as an essential component. There is also a pressing need for the development of new classes of antimycotic drug.
  • Otomycosis With Tympanic Membrane Perforation: A Review of the Literature. [Journal Article]
  • ENEar Nose Throat J 2019 May 29; :145561319851499
  • Koltsidopoulos P, Skoulakis C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Based on the available literature, it seems that tympanic membrane perforation secondary to otomycosis is not uncommon. The presence of this complication is associated with 2 problems: Antimycotic solutions are irritant to middle ear and may be ototoxic to the cochlea. Although most cases of fungus caused tympanic membrane (TM) perforation resolve with proper medical treatment, in a few patients a tympanoplasty may be required.
  • [Fungal infections]. [Review]
  • IInternist (Berl) 2019; 60(7):684-689
  • Köhler P, Cornely OA, Vehreschild JJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: An interdisciplinary approach with microbiologists, infectious diseases specialists and radiologists is needed for diagnostics and treatment of invasive fungal diseases.
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