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Blastomycosis and some other conditions due to yeast-like fungi (budding fungi)



Blastomycosis and some other conditions due to yeast-like fungi (budding fungi)



Amer. Journ. Trop. Med 8(5): 379-422



Full morphological and physiological particulars are given of a number of fungi implicated in the aetiology of blastomycosis and allied conditions, with clinical reports of illustrative cases investigated by the author. As, for botanical reasons, the-name Blastomyces applied to one of the genera of yeast-like human pathogens cannot stand, the substitution of the name Blastomycoides is now definitely proposed to include the species B. dermatitidis, B. immitis, and D. tulanensis.

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