Cryptococcus gattii infection in healthy hosts: a sentinel for subclinical immunodeficiency?


To the Editor—Discordant risks for infection caused by different Cryptococcus species have been described, with Cryptococcus gattii causing disease in healthy hosts. This organism was restricted to tropical regions until recently, with the emergence of an outbreak on Vancouver Island, Canada, and expansion to involve a broader geography in western North… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/cid/cir756


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