Richard Marchell

Bassam H. Rimawi1
Jonathan R. Lindner1
Lisa L. Steed1
1Bassam H. Rimawi
1Jonathan R. Lindner
1Lisa L. Steed
1Ralph P Braun
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— Initial qualitative findings from a study of uncompressed and compressed high definition live interactive video, and store and forward teledermatology (photographs and written histories for later review) are presented. Quantitative data collected in the study are still being compiled and analyzed comparing diagnostic concordance and confidence with(More)
Exophiala oligosperma is an uncommon pathogen associated with human infections, predominantly in immunocompromised hosts. Case reports of clinical infections related to E. oligosperma have been limited to 6 prior publications, all of which have shown limited susceptibility to conventional antifungal therapies, including amphotericin B, itraconazole, and(More)
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