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Pulmonary mucormycosis

Pulmonary Mucor is a pulmonary infectious disease caused by Mucor. Although rare, it develops rapidly and has a high mortality rate. Clinically, Mucor and Rhizopus are more common. The former mainly invades the lung, while the latter mostly involves the sinuses, eyes, brain and digestive tract, and can spread blood to the whole body. Pulmonary mucormycosis can be a primary infection, which can be secondary to sinus lesions or mucormycosis.


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