posttraumatic infection due to scytalidium dimidiatum. 19948054431
scytalidium dimidiatum fungal endophthalmitis. 19938318492
disseminating infection with scytalidium dimidiatum in a granulocytopenic child.a 13-year-old moroccan boy in the netherlands developed fever and a lesion resembling ecthyma gangrenosum on the abdomen during cytostatic drug treatment for a lymphoblastic b-cell lymphoma. scytalidium dimidiatum was cultured from blood and the abdominal skin lesion. the patient was successfully treated with amphotericin b. the fungus scytalidium dimidiatum is a fairly common plant pathogen in tropical and subtropical countries and is known to cause dermatomycoses in humans in these areas. this ...19938500479
scytalidium dimidiatum in australia.six patients with scytalidium dimidiatum (hendersonula toruloidea) infections of their skin and nails are presented. two of these patients originated in tropical areas where the fungus is endemic and four were australian born. three of the australian-born patients had no history of travel to areas where the fungus is endemic. it appears that s. dimidiatum is present in australia.19958593110
onychomycosis caused by scytalidium dimidiatum.we report a case of onychomycosis caused by scytalidium dimidiatum (syn., hendersonula toruloidea) in a patient who did not live in an endemic area. this nondermatophyte mold may produce disease indistinguishable from dermatophyte fungi, but it does not respond to current systemic antimycotic therapy. distal subungual onychomycosis, lateral onycholysis followed by lateral nail plate invasion, and chronic paronychia are common nail presentations.19968698921
nail infections.the increasing prevalence of onychomycoses, along with the wider range of organisms now recognized as potential pathogens, necessitates the accurate laboratory identification of the specific fungus involved. although the majority of infections still are caused by dermatophyte and candida species, many other nondermatophyte molds, such as scytalidium dimidiatum, have been shown to be common agents of disease in certain geographic areas. it is well recognized that infections by nondermatophytes su ...19968821156
subcutaneous phaeohypomycosis caused by scytalidium dimidiatum in the foot of an immunosuppressed host.the authors present a case report of a subcutaneous phaeohypomycosis of the foot in an immuno-suppressed patient. the lesion was caused by scytalidium dimidiatum, a dematiaceous fungus, which has only been reported to cause three previous similar lesions. to our knowledge, this is the first reported case of this fungus causing a deep-seated mycoses in the united states. a review of the literature concerning this organism is also presented.19968872760
molecular taxonomy and gc/ms of metabolites of scytalidium hyalinum and nattrassia mangiferae (hendersonula toruloidea).ardra of ribosomal genes confirmed that the hyphomycete scytalidium hyalinum is identical to the coelomycete nattrassia mangiferae (hendersonula toruloidea, with arthroconidial synanamorph scytalidium dimidiatum). s. hyalinum may be just a melanin-less cultural mutant of s. dimidiatum. this explains why the two species are regularly found in the same patient population as agents of human dermatomycosis. two strains from plant sources were found to be identical to the human strains in its-rflp pa ...19979229334
scytalidium dimidiatum and lecythophora hoffmannii: unusual causes of fungal infections in a patient with aids.immunocompromised patients are susceptible to infections by fungi that seldom cause disease in humans. we describe a human immunodeficiency virus-infected patient who had simultaneous infections with two fungi which are rare causes of serious infection: lecythophora hoffmannii, causing chronic sinusitis, and scytalidium dimidiatum, causing skin lesions, lymphangitis, and lymphadenitis. the clinical and pathologic findings are discussed.19979350765
nondermatophyte causes of onychomycosis and superficial mycoses.compared to dermatophytes, nondermatophytes that may cause distal and lateral subungual onychomycoses are aspergillus species, acremonium species, fusarium oxysporum and scopulariopsis brevicaulis. white superficial onychomycosis may be caused by nondermatophyte species, for example, acremonium species, aspergillus terreus, other aspergillus species and fusarium oxysporum. nondermatophyte molds such as scopulariopsis brevicaulis may uncommonly result in cutaneous infections. scytalidium dimidiat ...19969504061
keratin degradation by scytalidium species and fusarium solani.the keratin degradation capability of some non-dermatophytic filamentous fungi, viz scytalidium dimidiatum types a and b, s. hyalinum, s. japonicum and fusarium solani, was investigated using nail clippings and keratin powder as substrates. representative isolates of the dermatophytes trichophyton rubrum and t. mentagrophytes were also tested. the two morphological types of s. dimidiatum were almost equally effective in the degradation of substrates, 42-43% nail clippings and 24-26% keratin. scy ...19989610139
reduction in the growth of non-dermatophyte moulds by itraconazole: evaluation by corneofungimetry assay.the activity of itraconazole against fungi of dermatological importance was studied using corneofungimetry performed on four test organisms: aspergillus flavus, fusarium oxysporum, scopulariopsis brevicaulis and scytalidium dimidiatum. the human stratum corneum used in the bioassay was harvested from healthy volunteers and from patients undergoing treatment with itraconazole 200 mg daily for at least 2 weeks. a fungal mycelium grew on all untreated stratum corneum samples within 1 week. the patt ...19989919887
onychomycosis in lahore, pakistan.onychomycosis, a common nail disorder, is caused by yeasts, dermatophytes, and nondermatophyte molds. these fungi give rise to diverse clinical presentations. the present study aimed to isolate the causative pathogens and to determine the various clinical patterns of onychomycosis in the population in lahore, pakistan.199910487448
onychomycosis caused by scytalidium dimidiatum. report of two cases. review of the taxonomy of the synanamorph and anamorph forms of this coelomycete.the authors report two cases of onychomycosis in the dystrophic form, one of them involving an hiv-positive patient, provoked by scytalidium dimidiatum, previously called scytalidium lignicola. the subject is reviewed from the taxonomic viewpoint, considering the anamorph hendersonula toruloidea as a synonym of nattrassia mangiferae, and having scytalidium dimidiatum as the major synanamorph. according to many mycologists, scytalidium hyalinum may be a separate species or a hyaline mutant of scy ...199910602547
characterization of fungal spores by laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry.a considerable volume of research has now been completed on the application of matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry (maldi-ms) to the analysis of bacteria; however, to date no definitive studies have been made using this technique on fungi. preliminary studies on the application of the maldi-ms methodology, previously developed for the analysis of bacteria, to the analysis of intact fungal spores are described here. maldi-ms and electrospray mass spectrometry enable the ...200010700030
[scytalidium dimidiatum pseudodermatophyte, agent of superficial mycoses and phaehyphomycosis].scytalidium dimidiatum is a fungus found mainly in tropical and subtropical zones. infection can cause a benign disease closely resembling dermatophytosis. in immunocompromised hosts, scytalidium dimidiatum can also lead to phaehyphomycosis. although awareness of these hyphae remains limited in developed countries, their incidence is growing due to increasing immigration and tourism. the rising incidence is well illustrated by three patients who presented onyxis and squamous-like manifestations ...199910816752
scytalidium dimidiatum melanonychia and scaly plantar skin in four patients from the maghreb: imported disease or outbreak in a belgian mosque?scytalidium dimidiatum is a geophilic dematiaceous, non-dermatophyte mould that can become a pathogen for plants and humans particularly in tropical and subtropical regions. we report 4 cases of s. dimidiatum onychomycosis presenting clinically as thickened and dark toenails. the skin of the soles was scaly. the time and location of the contaminations were uncertain. indeed, the patients were ancient immigrants from the maghreb to belgium. they were also regularly travelling to their countries o ...200111306853
three cases of nattrassia mangiferae (scytalidium dimidiatum) infection in singapore. 200211895518
nucleotide structure of the scytalidium hyalinum and scytalidium dimidiatum 18s subunit ribosomal rna gene: evidence for the insertion of a group ie intron in the rdna gene of s. dimidiatum.the molds scytalidium dimidiatum (nattrassia mangiferae synanamorph) and scytalidium hyalinum are responsible for dermatomycosis in humans. we sequenced their 18s subunit ribosomal rna gene to identify these species with molecular biology-based methods. the coding sequences differed by a single polymorphism (a in s. dimidiatum, g in s. hyalinum). moreover, we found an insert at position 1199 in the 18s rrna gene sequence of s. dimidiatum. its potential secondary structure was characteristic of a ...200211959435
first report of albizia lebbeck dieback caused by scytalidium dimidiatum in oman.over 200 albizia lebbeck trees at sultan qaboos university campus wilted and died. the symptoms were dieback of large branches due to infection by scytalidium dimidiatum. the fungus has also infected ficus benghalensis, f. carica, f. retusa, thespesia populnea, delonix regia and peltophorum petrocarpum. this is the first report of the fungus in oman and on a. lebbeck, t. populnea, d. regia and p. petrocarpum. the strain of this fungus has not been found to cause human disease in oman.200212041870
mycetoma caused by scytalidium dimidiatum. 200312534621
scytalidiosis in paris, france.scytalidium dimidiatum and s hyalinum are molds responsible for human skin and nail infections in tropical areas.200312789174
invasive fungal sinusitis caused by scytalidium dimidiatum in a lung transplant recipient.we describe a case of invasive fungal sinusitis caused by scytalidium dimidiatum in a lung transplant recipient. treatment was complicated by renal failure with amphotericin b therapies. following 6 months of voriconazole treatment, the patient remained radiographically and clinically stable for a short time before dying of respiratory failure precipitated by graft rejection.200314662991
epidemiology, clinical manifestations, and therapy of infections caused by dematiaceous fungi.the dematiaceous (brown-pigmented) fungi are a large and heterogenous group of moulds that cause a wide range of diseases including phaeohyphomycosis, chromoblastomycosis, and eumycotic mycetoma. among the more important human pathogens are alternaria species, bipolaris species, cladophialophora bantiana, curvularia species, exophiala species, fonsecaea pedrosoi, madurella species, phialophora species, scedosporium prolificans, scytalidium dimidiatum, and wangiella dermatitidis. these organisms ...200314708965
prevalence of foot diseases in outpatients attending the institute of dermatology, bangkok, thailand.two thousand patients who visited the outpatient department at the institute of dermatology, bangkok, were assessed for the presence of foot diseases by questionnaire and physical examination. abnormalities were detected in 741 individuals (37.1%). nonfungal conditions were more prevalent (31.4%), mainly consisting of eczema (254 cases, 12.7%) and psoriasis (176 cases, 8.8%). fungal disease was observed in 119 cases (6.0%). there were 76 cases (3.8%) with tinea pedis and 33 cases (1.7%) with ony ...200414723731
scytalidium dimidiatum causing recalcitrant subcutaneous lesions produces melanin.scytalidium dimidiatum is a pigmented dematiaceous coelomycete that typically causes chronic superficial skin diseases and onychomycosis, as well as deeper infections, such as subcutaneous abscesses, mycetoma, and even fungemia in immunocompromised patients. a second species, scytalidium hyalinum, has hyaline hyphae and arthroconidia and is considered by some authors to be an albino mutant of s. dimidiatum. this study aimed to confirm the presence of melanin or melanin-like compounds (which have ...200415297531
polymorphisms and intronic structures in the 18s subunit ribosomal rna gene of the fungi scytalidium dimidiatum and scytalidium hyalinum. evidence of an ic1 intron with an his-cys endonuclease gene.the fungi scytalidium dimidiatum (nattrassia mangiferae synanamorph) and scytalidium hyalinum are mainly encountered in (sub)tropical areas as plant pathogens and agents of human dermatomycosis. because the classification and differentiation of these two species is unclear, we studied 22 s. dimidiatum and 15 s. hyalinum isolates in order to identify potential species-specific insertions and polymorphisms in the 18s subunit ribosomal gene. the presence of an ie intron in s. dimidiatum, together w ...200415358433
onychomycosis in cali, colombia.this study presents the epidemiological and mycological aspects of 299 patients with nail lesions who were referred to three diagnostic laboratories in the city of cali. the diagnosis of mycoses was established through visualization of mycotic structures in a direct microscopic examination of skin scrapings and by isolation. onychomycosis was found in 183 cases (61.2%), of which 141 were in toenails (44 in males and 97 in females), 38 in fingernails (9 males and 29 females), and 4 cases in toena ...200415518346
[three cases of imported dermatomycosis by scytalidium dimidiatum].scytalidium dimidiatum dermatomycosis are usually reported in tropical and subtropical countries. some cases in spain have been diagnosed due to the increasing number of immigrants from these areas. we herein describe three new cases of s. dimidiatum infections detected in madrid. two patients were from guinea ecuatorial and the third from angola. we also report the first case of s. dimidiatum infection in a hiv patient in spain. clinical and epidemiological characteristics of s. dimidiatum infe ...200015762802
mycoses in thailand: current concerns.scytalidium dimidiatum is the leading cause of fungal foot diseases in thailand, in contrast to similar studies in which dermatophytes have been identified as the predominant pathogens. by contrast, the prevalence of candida albicans in our study was only 2.6 approximately 3.0%. scytalidium fungal foot infection is clinically indistinguishable from that caused by dermatophytes and should be included as a possible cause of treatment failure in tinea pedis and onychomycosis. without proper culture ...200515864252
[scytalidium dimidiatum an opportunistic fungus for both man and mangifera indica trees in venezuela].the purpose of this study was to confirm the presence of scytalidium dimidiatum on mangifera indica (mango) trees, in a plantation managed by a diabetic patient with a white grain mycetoma of the foot caused by the same fungus. samples from necrotic apices, roots, burned leaves and rotten stems from eight trees were processed by the smith and furcolow's mineral oil technique (modified). several isolates from the apex material and clinical samples from the diabetic patient isolated in pure cultur ...200516309356
fusicoccum arbuti sp. nov. causing cankers on pacific madrone in western north america with notes on fusicoccum dimidiatum, the correct name for scytalidium dimidiatum and nattrassia mangiferae.pacific madrone (arbutus menziesii) is a broadleaf evergreen tree native to western north america that has been in decline for the past 30 years. a fungus has been isolated and was verified as the cause of cankers on dying trees. it was determined to belong in the genus fusicoccum, an asexual state of botryosphaeria. this genus in both its sexual and asexual states commonly causes canker diseases of deciduous woody plants. using morphological and molecular data the fungus causing cankers on paci ...200516392261
onychomycosis by scytalidium dimidiatum: report of two cases in santa catarina, brazil.onychomycoses constitute pathologies frequently seen in dermatological practice worldwide. usually, they are caused by two groups of pathogenic fungi: dermatophytes and yeasts of the candida genus. however, in a small fraction of the cases, the etiologic agents comprise nondermatophyte molds, belonging to several genera and species. the objective of this study was to present two cases of onychomycosis associated to the mold scytalidium dimidiatum in patients residing in two cities of santa catar ...200516553326
in vitro activity of voriconazole against dermatophytes, scopulariopsis brevicaulis and other opportunistic fungi as agents of onychomycosis.using a reference microdilution method, we studied the antifungal susceptibility to voriconazole and fluconazole of 304 clinical isolates from four species of onychomycosis-causing dermatophytes, 196 isolates of dermatophytes not related to nail infection as well as scopulariopsis brevicaulis, fusarium spp. and scytalidium dimidiatum. results showed a high antifungal activity of voriconazole against dermatophytes (geometric mean minimal inhibitory concentration (mic)=1.14 microg/ml; mic for 50% ...200717555945
onychomycosis by scytalidium dimidiatum in green tea leaf pluckers: report of two cases.two cases of onychomycosis in green tea leaf pluckers caused by scytalidium dimidiatum, a dematiaceous non-dermatophytic mold has been described. onychomycosis caused by scytalidium dimidiatum is clinically indistinguishable from that caused by dermatophytes and responds poorly to antifungals. the clinical presentations in the cases were of distal subungual type with associated melanonychia involving thumbnails. these cases have unique importance, because besides disfigurement, this has adversel ...200717641983
in vitro activity of amphotericin b, itraconazole, voriconazole, posaconazole, caspofungin and terbinafine against scytalidium dimidiatum and scytalidium hyalinum clinical isolates.the objective of this work was to evaluate the in vitro activity of amphotericin b, itraconazole, voriconazole, posaconazole, caspofungin and terbinafine against clinical isolates of scytalidium dimidiatum and scytalidium hyalinum.200818218642
[non-dermatophytic moulds: onychomycosis in four patients infected with the human immunodeficiency virus].patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus (hiv) are a risk group for onychomycosis, fungal infections caused mainly by dermatophytes and yeast. however, non-dermatohytic moulds are becoming common agents for nail infections in this population of patients. we report four cases of onychomycosis caused by non-dermatophytic moulds (aspergillus niger, scytalidium hyalinum, scytalidium dimidiatum and fusarium solani) in patients infected with hiv from recife, pernambuco, brazil. onychomicosi ...200818338928
disseminated fungal infection in a renal transplant recipient involving macrophomina phaseolina and scytalidium dimidiatum: case report and review of taxonomic changes among medically important members of the botryosphaeriaceae.we report the first case of human infection with the fungal plant pathogen macrophomina phaseolina in a sri lankan-born canadian man following a renal transplant in india. the patient subsequently succumbed to invasive infection with scytalidium dimidiatum. molecular sequence analysis confirmed the identification of both fungi and revealed that they are related species within the ascomycete family botryosphaeriaceae. we review the rationale for the recent reclassification of s. dimidiatum as neo ...200818404556
cerebral phaeohyphomycosis caused by scytalidium dimidiatum: a case report from india.we report a case of cerebral phaeohyphomycosis caused by scytalidium dimidiatum (synanamorph nattrassia mangiferae) in a young, apparently immunocompetent indian male. etiological diagnosis was made by recovery of the fungus in culture and histopathological examination. the infection proved fatal despite aggressive antifungal therapy.200818608894
invasive infection in a young immunocompetent soldier caused by scytalidium dimidiatum.scytalidium dimidiatum is mainly responsible for human skin and nail infections but the mould has also been reported for invasive infections in immunocompromised individuals. we report a young immunocompetent individual diagnosed with invasive non-traumatic scytalidium dimidiatum infection involving the left orbital cavity and maxillary sinus.200919149987
invasive scytalidium dimidiatum infection in an immunocompetent adult.scytalidium dimidiatum, a dematiaceous fungus, has been well established as an agent of dermatomycosis. there are few reports of invasive infection caused by s. dimidiatum; most infections occurred in immunocompromised hosts. we present an immunocompetent patient with pleural s. dimidiatum infection and review nine other published cases of invasive s. dimidiatum infections.200919193834
genotyping and in vitro antifungal susceptibility of neoscytalidium dimidiatum isolates from different origins.this study evaluated the genetic variability and in vitro susceptibility patterns of isolates of neoscytalidium dimidiatum and scytalidium hyalinum from different geographical origins. partial sequences of four loci (the its region and d1/d2 domains of the 28s rrna gene and the tubulin and chitin synthase genes) were analysed. among a total of 1970 bp sequenced in 24 isolates, 7 polymorphic positions (0.36%) were detected, representing five different sequence types (st1-st5), from which two (st2 ...200919570656
in vitro activity of fluconazole, itraconazole, voriconazole and terbinafine against fungi causing onychomycosis.onychomycosis is one of the commonest dermatological diseases worldwide. the antifungal activity of current medications varies, and treatment failure occurs in 25-40% of treated patients.201019874354
evaluation of antifungal therapy in a neutropenic murine model of neoscytalidium dimidiatum infection.we evaluated the efficacy of amphotericin b (1.5mg/kg/day), voriconazole (60mg/kg/day) and posaconazole (60mg/kg/day) in a murine model of systemic infection caused by neoscytalidium dimidiatum. all the treatments were able to prolong survival and to reduce the tissue burden in the spleen and kidneys of infected mice. neither voriconazole nor posaconazole improved the results achieved with amphotericin b.201020005680
development of murine models of disseminated infection by neoscytalidium dimidiatum.we have developed two murine models of disseminated infections by neoscytalidium dimidiatum, an emerging dematiaceous fungus. immunosuppressed mice were challenged through the lateral tail vein with 1 x 10(5) or 1 x 10(6) cfu/ml and immunocompetent animals with 1 x 10(6) or 1 x 10(7) cfu/ml. n. dimidiatum var. dimidiatum was more virulent than the nonpigmented variety, n. dimidiatum var. hyalinum. all mice infected with n. dimidiatum var. dimidiatum died within 8 days while those infected with n ...201020055737
intermittent posaconazole regimen to treat superficial scytalidium dimidiatum infection. 201020610370
mycetoma in south india: retrospective analysis of 13 cases and description of two cases caused by unusual pathogens: neoscytalidium dimidiatum and aspergillus flavus.mycetoma is a chronic suppurative and/or granulomatous inflammatory lesion of skin, subcutaneous tissue, fascia, and tendons caused by the traumatic inoculation of either fungal (eumycotic) or bacterial (actinomycotic) organisms present in the soil. the disease is characterized by triad of tumefaction, discharging sinuses, and grains.201020964650
pulmonary fungal infection caused by neoscytalidium dimidiatum in a risso's dolphin (grampus griseus).neoscytalidium dimidiatum was isolated from two 12-18 cm abscesses in the lung and the mediastinal lymph nodes of a stranded risso's dolphin (grampus griseus). histopathologic examination of samples of these organs revealed the presence of hyphae and sclerotic body-like fungal elements. photobacterium damselae subsp. damselae was recovered from the dolphin's organs which also were found to contain numerous monorygma grimaldii cysts. no histopathological signs of morbillivirus infection were seen ...201021174494
epidemiological aspects of patients with ungual and cutaneous lesions caused by scytalidium spp.dermatomycoses caused by non-dermatophyte filamentous fungi are rare infections, except for onychomycosis, whose prevalence has increased over the past few years. among these etiologic agents, we highlight scytalidium dimidiatum and s. hyalinum, emergent fungi that cause mycoses that affect the nails and skin.201021308303
epidemiology of superficial fungal diseases in french guiana: a three-year retrospective analysis.a three-year retrospective analysis of fungi isolated from specimens of patients with superficial fungal infections in french guiana is presented. clinical samples from 726 patients with presumptive diagnoses of onychomycosis (28.2% of the patients), tinea capitis (27.8%), superficial cutaneous mycoses of the feet (22.0%), and of other areas of the body (21.9%), were assessed by microscopic examination and culture. dermatophytes accounted for 59.2% of the isolates, followed by yeasts (27.5%) and ...201121314249
pulmonary fungal infection caused by neoscytalidium dimidiatum in a risso's dolphin (grampus griseus)--update. 201121410320
antifungal activity of 10 guadeloupean plants.screening of the antifungal activities of ten guadeloupean plants was undertaken to find new extracts and formulations against superficial mycoses such as onychomycosis, athlete's foot, pityriasis versicolor, as well as the deep fungal infection pneumocystis pneumonia. for the first time, the cmi of these plant extracts [cyclohexane, ethanol and ethanol/water (1:1, v/v)] was determined against five dermatophytes, five candida species, scytalidium dimidiatum, a malassezia sp. strain and pneumocys ...201223280633
[onychocola canadensis sigler in onychomycosis : a new dermatophyte-like mould in germany].moulds or non-dermatophyte moulds (ndm) are being increasingly isolated as causative agent of onychomycoses. known causes of a ndm-om are scopulariopsis brevicaulis, fusarium, aspergillus, acremonium, neoscytalidium dimidiatum, arthrographis kalrae, and chaetomium. in this article, 5 patients with suspected nail infection due to onychocola canadensis are reported for the first time in germany. systemic antifungal agents are not considered to be effective in ndm onychomycosis. in individual cases ...201626758910
[superficial mycoses in patients from anzoátegui state, venezuela, period 2002-2012].superficial fungal diseases that affect the skin and its appendages are frequently seen in basic triage and in dermatology services. these diseases are distributed in venezuela with an incidence of 92.9%. the aim of this study was to determine the genera and species that cause dermatomycoses in residents of anzoátegui state, venezuela, during the period 2002-2012. a total of 4257 patients with a presumptive diagnosis of superficial mycoses were studied, with ages from 7 months to 79 years. the o ...201425558751
[mycological diagnosis of onychomycosis].onychomycosis represents about 50% of ungueal pathology. dermatophytes (especially trichophyton rubrum and trichophyton interdigitale) are the main species involved in tinea pedis. yeasts of the candida (candida albicans, candida parapsilosis,...) genus are predominant on hands and very often associated with ungueal disease and perionyxis. fungi other than the classic dermatophytes and yeasts can be rarely isolated from nail diseases. among them, species belonging to scopulariopsis, aspergillus ...201425458363
coelomycetous fungi in the clinical setting: morphological convergence and cryptic diversity.human infections by coelomycetous fungi are becoming more frequent and range from superficial to systemic dissemination. traumatic implantation of contaminated plant material is the most common cause. the typical morphological feature of these fungi is the production of asexual spores (conidia) within fruiting bodies called conidiomata. this study aimed to determine the distribution of the coelomycetes in clinical samples by a phenotypic and molecular study of a large set of isolates received fr ...201727927918
[nondermatophytic and noncandidal fungi isolated in le dantec university hospital of dakar in 2014: epidemiological, clinical and mycological study].in recent years, the incidence of superficial fungal infections involving nondermatophytic and noncandidal fungi increased considerably. the objective of this work was to analyze the epidemiological, clinical and mycological fungal infections due to nondermatophytic and noncandidal fungi diagnosed in the laboratory of parasitology-mycology of le dantec hospital in dakar. with a retrospective study of the various cases of nondermatophytic and noncandidal fungi isolated in the laboratory of parasi ...201526138533
nattrassia mangiferae: an uncommon agent of onychomycosis. 201526288501
in vitro antifungal susceptibility of neoscytalidium dimidiatum clinical isolates from malaysia.neoscytalidium dimidiatum is an opportunistic fungus causing cutaneous infections mostly, which are difficult to treat due to antifungal resistance. in malaysia, n. dimidiatum is associated with skin and nail infections, especially in the elderly. these infections may be mistaken for dermatophyte infections due to similar clinical appearance. in this study, neoscytalidium isolates from cutaneous specimens, identified using morphological and molecular methods (28 neoscytalidium dimidiatum and 1 n ...201727815659
cutaneous murine model of infection caused by neoscytalidium dimidiatum: a preliminary study of an emerging human pathogen.neoscytalidium dimidiatum is an emerging fungus that causes a skin infection similar to dermatophytosis; it affects both immunocompetent and immunosuppressed individuals, and it may invade deeper tissues and organs and cause systemic disease. little is known about the etiopathogenesis of the infection caused by this fungus, and no standard effective treatment is available. the aim of the present experimental study was to develop an animal model of skin infection with n. dimidiatum. balb/c mice w ...201627250925
efficacy of 5% amorolfine nail lacquer in neoscytalidium dimidiatum onychomycosis.amorolfine nail lacquer was mentioned as an effective treatment for non-dermatophyte nail infection. onychomycosis that caused by neoscytalidium dimidiatum is considered recalcitrant onychomycosis.201626471716
pulmonary fungal infection caused by neoscytalidium dimidiatum.neoscytalidium dimidiatum is a mold known to cause onychomycosis and dermatomycosis; however, it is an extremely rare cause of systemic infection. we report a case of pulmonary infection with neoscytalidium dimidiatum in an immunocompromised patient and discuss in vitro susceptibility data from this case and previous literature.201525948605
distinct characteristics of scytalidium dimidiatum and non-dermatophyte onychomycosis as compared with dermatophyte onychomycosis.studies of demographic data, predisposing factors and clinical manifestations of non-dermatophyte mold (ndm) infection particularly in scytalidium spp. have been limited. this study aimed to compare these data between dermatophytes (dmp) and ndm onychomycosis with statistical analysis. this was a retrospective chart review of outpatients with onychomycosis in the nail clinic of department of dermatology between january 2011 and december 2013. a total of 237 patients who had presented with onycho ...201525639524
scytalidium dimidiatum associated invasive fungal sinusitis in an immunocompetent patient.scytalidium dimidiatum is a soil and plant pathogen that frequently affects fruit trees, but can also cause human infection. there are only two reported cases of invasive fungal sinusitis involving this rare micro-organism.201425273969
first report of rhinosinusitis caused by neoscytalidium dimidiatum in iran.the study describes isolation of neoscytalidium dimidiatum from a case of eosinophilic fungal rhinosinusitis (efrs). the isolate was identified by routine mycological methods and confirmed by dna sequencing of the internal transcribed spacer (its) region of rdna. to our knowledge, this is the first report of its kind from iran.201424850881
non-dermatophyte mould onychomycosis: a clinical and epidemiological study at a dermatology referral centre in bogota, colombia.worldwide prevalence of non-dermatophyte mould onychomycosis has increased in recent years; however, available information on the topic is confusing and oftentimes contradictory, probably due to the small number of reported cases. the aim of this study was to determine and describe the aetiological agents, as well as the epidemiological and clinical characteristics of non-dermatophyte mould onychomycosis in a dermatology referral centre in bogota, colombia. a cross-sectional descriptive study wa ...201424279435
scytalidium and scytalidiosis: what's new in 2012?fungi belonging to the genus scytalidium are widespread around the world. among them, two species are responsible for human superficial infections mimicking dermatophytosis: neoscytalidium dimidiatum and scytalidium hyalinum. whereas these ascomycetous fungi are endemic in tropical or subtropical countries, both species have a different geographical distribution. scytalidiosis represents approximately 40% of dermatomycoses in these areas. a few cases of invasive infections due to scytalidium sp. ...201323416171
onychomycosis in cameroon: a clinical and epidemiological study among dermatological patients.there are currently no studies on epidemiology and clinical aspects of nail fungal infections in the general population of cameroon.201223171013
successful identification of clinical dermatophyte and neoscytalidium species by matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization-time of flight mass spectrometry.dermatophytes are keratinolytic fungi responsible for a wide variety of diseases of glabrous skin, nails, and hair. their identification, currently based on morphological criteria, is hindered by intraspecies morphological variability and the atypical morphology of some clinical isolates. the aim of this study was to evaluate matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization-time of flight mass spectrometry (maldi-tof ms) as a routine tool for identifying dermatophyte and neoscytalidium species, both ...201222535981
[subcutaneous infection spread by scytalidium (neoscytalidium) dimidiatum].s. dimidiatum (recently reclassified as n. dimidiatum) is a fungus that causes nail and/or superficial skin infection. it may also cause subcutaneous and deep infection, chiefly in immunocompromised patients.201222401686
successful eradication of scytalidium dimidiatum-induced ungual and cutaneous infection with voriconazole.we report the successful treatment of extensive cutaneous infection and onychomycosis caused by scytalidium dimidiatum in a 30-year old nigerian woman.201422377678
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