Histoplasma capsulatum

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Histoplasma capsulatum

[‚his·tə′plaz·mə ‚kap·sə′läd·əm]
(mycology)
The parasitic fungus that causes histoplasmosis in humans.
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Patients become ill after they inhale soil contaminated with H.
Two patients had no identifiable high-risk exposures to H.
These 6 patients with histoplasmosis represent potential acute infections and suggest that H.
Among these 3 patients, none had urine EIA testing for the presence of H.
However, data supporting the possibility that reactivation of latent H.
Although the environment in Taiwan is suitable for H.
Con las coloraciones especiales para hongos tales como Grocott y PAS, H.
Si bien no existen evidencias de transmision del animal al hombre (8,10), el hallazgo de H.
Serum specimens from the six workers tested positive for antibodies to H.
On 29 August, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) was informed that urine specimens collected 24 hr earlier from all ill workers had positive tests in three of the five workers for H.
Each of these outbreaks highlights the need for histoplasmosis education for workers in high-risk occupations for H.
A laboratory-confirmed case was defined as any worker, symptomatic or asymptomatic, who had laboratory evidence of recent H.