Can Ascending Infection from Bladder Serve as the Portal of Entry for Primary Renal Zygomycosis?

Abstract

Mucormycosis is an uncommon opportunistic infection by filamentous fungi that usually develops in immmunocompromised patients. Most individuals have an underlying systemic disease, such as diabetes mellitus, malignancy, uraemia, burns, renal transplant recipients and those on corticosteroid and immunosuppressive therapy. Many cases of primary renal… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11046-010-9329-y

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@article{Gupta2010CanAI, title={Can Ascending Infection from Bladder Serve as the Portal of Entry for Primary Renal Zygomycosis?}, author={Kirti Gupta and Ritambhra Nada and Kusum Joshi and Minakshi Rohilla and Rama Walia}, journal={Mycopathologia}, year={2010}, volume={170}, pages={357-360} }