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Zygomycosis

Zygomycosis is an acute, subacute and chronic conditional infection caused by pathogens belonging to Zygomycota. The disease is distributed all over the world. In recent years, with the expansion of immunodeficiency population, the incidence rate of this disease has increased significantly. In China, Liao Wanqing first reported that Rhizopus oligorhizopus caused gangrenous pyoderma in 1994. Mucor exists everywhere in nature and is an important Spoilage Bacterium of organic matter. In general, the bacterium is non-toxic, and the infection mostly occurs in patients with serious basic diseases. Trichoderma is sensitive to hair infection, rapid progress and high mortality. Most infections caused by Entomophthora are chronic inflammatory or granulomatous diseases. The diagnosis was mainly based on mycological examination and histopathological examination. The treatment principles of Trichoderma infection include controlling basic diseases, removing infected necrotic tissue, and timely intravenous drip of amphotericin B. The treatment of frog fecal mold infection is effective with saturated potassium iodide solution, 30mg / kg, and ketocolone 400mg / d. Amphotericin B is rarely used.

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Macroglobulinemia

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Acute suppurative tenosynovitis

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Accumulated stagnation

Intermittent exotropia

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Acute abscess

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