A case of fungal sepsis due to aspergillus spondylitis followed by cytomegalovirus infection in a renal transplant recipient.

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UNLABELLED Although advances in immunosuppressive therapy have led to increased survival of renal transplant recipients, there are greater risks of developing infectious complications. Because of its rarity and the lack of medical awareness, aspergillus spondylitis is often misdiagnosed as tuberculous spondylitis, especially in its early stages. We report a… (More)

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@article{Park2004ACO, title={A case of fungal sepsis due to aspergillus spondylitis followed by cytomegalovirus infection in a renal transplant recipient.}, author={S. B. Park and M. J. Kang and Euijong Whang and S. Y. Han and H. C. Kim}, journal={Transplantation proceedings}, year={2004}, volume={36 7}, pages={2154-5} }