Keratomycosis caused by Dichotomophthoropsis nymphaearum

@article{Wright1990KeratomycosisCB,
  title={Keratomycosis caused by Dichotomophthoropsis nymphaearum},
  author={E. D. Wright and Y. Clayton and A. Howlader and M. Islam Nazrul and R. Husain},
  journal={Mycoses},
  year={1990},
  volume={33}
}
A case of Dichotomophthoropsis nymphaearum, a dematiaceous hyphomycete, is described from Bangladesh. This species has not previously been reported as a human pathogen. Hyphae were observed in Gram stained corneal scrapings and the species was grown from cultured corneal material. Reatment with topical econazole and subconjunctival injections of miconazole was successful in the short term but long‐term outcome could not be determined. The results of sensitivity tests for six antifungal drugs… Expand
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