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Bilateral A. fumigatus endophthalmitis in association with pulmonary and cerebral aspergillosis, complicating severe autoimmune disease treated with intense immunosuppression. Left eye. Bilateral A. fumigatus endophthalmitis in association with pulmonary and cerebral aspergillosis, complicating severe autoimmune disease treated with intense immunosuppression. Left eye.
Bilateral A. fumigatus endophthalmitis in association with pulmonary and cerebral aspergillosis, complicating severe autoimmune disease treated with intense immunosuppression. Left eye. Bilateral A. fumigatus endophthalmitis in association with pulmonary and cerebral aspergillosis, complicating severe autoimmune disease treated with intense immunosuppression. Left eye.
Bilateral A. fumigatus endophthalmitis in association with pulmonary and cerebral aspergillosis, complicating severe autoimmune disease treated with intense immunosuppression. Right eye. Bilateral A. fumigatus endophthalmitis in association with pulmonary and cerebral aspergillosis, complicating severe autoimmune disease treated with intense immunosuppression. Right eye.
Bilateral A. fumigatus endophthalmitis in association with pulmonary and cerebral aspergillosis, complicating severe autoimmune disease treated with intense immunosuppression. Right eye. Bilateral A. fumigatus endophthalmitis in association with pulmonary and cerebral aspergillosis, complicating severe autoimmune disease treated with intense immunosuppression. Right eye.
Cerebral aspergillosis Medium power view (GMS) of the contents of a cerebral abscess in which there are hyphae typical of Aspergillus. Aspergillus fumigatus was grown from adjacent tissue.
Cerebral aspergillosis Medium power view (GMS) of the contents of a cerebral abscess in which there are hyphae typical of Aspergillus. Aspergillus fumigatus was grown from adjacent tissue.
Cerebral aspergillosis Medium power view (H&E) of cerebral abscess in which there are hyphae consistent with Aspergillus. Aspergillus fumigatus was grown from adjacent tissue.
Cerebral aspergillosis Medium power view (H&E) of cerebral abscess in which there are hyphae consistent with Aspergillus. Aspergillus fumigatus was grown from adjacent tissue.
A. fumigatus stained with Blankophor® A needle biopsy of a solitary round infiltrate found near the thoracic wall in a patient with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia was gram-stained and then treated with an alkaline solution of the whitening agent Blankophor®.
A. fumigatus stained with Blankophor® A needle biopsy of a solitary round infiltrate found near the thoracic wall in a patient with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia was gram-stained and then treated with an alkaline solution of the whitening agent Blankophor®.
Fluorescence microscopy with A. fumigatus Fluorescence microscopy was performed on the same sample as blankophor® staining according to Ruchel R. read more...
Fluorescence microscopy with A. fumigatus Fluorescence microscopy was performed on the same sample as blankophor® staining according to Ruchel R. read more...
Invasive pulmonary aspergillosis Light microscopical appearance of conidial head of A. fumigatus at an air interface in pulmonary tissue (Haematoxylin and eosin, x250).
Invasive pulmonary aspergillosis Light microscopical appearance of conidial head of A. fumigatus at an air interface in pulmonary tissue (Haematoxylin and eosin, x250).
Sphenoid sinusitis in AIDS, pt LM CT scan of the sinuses shows a completely opacified sphenoid sinus in this man with AIDS (Khoo S, Denning DW. Invasive aspergillosis in patients with AIDS Clin Infect Dis 1994; 19 (suppl 1): S41-8.) He had complained of headache for about 3 months read more... CT scan of the sinuses shows a completely opacified sphenoid sinus in this man with AIDS , Base of skull at autopsy showing pus in the sphenoid sinus and destruction of the lateral wall of the sinus, as demonstrated on the CT scan.
CT scan of the sinuses shows a completely opacified sphenoid sinus in this man with AIDS , Base of skull at autopsy showing pus in the sphenoid sinus and destruction of the lateral wall of the sinus, as demonstrated on the CT scan. Sphenoid sinusitis in AIDS, pt LM CT scan of the sinuses shows a completely opacified sphenoid sinus in this man with AIDS (Khoo S, Denning DW. Invasive aspergillosis in patients with AIDS Clin Infect Dis 1994; 19 (suppl 1): S41-8.) He had complained of headache for about 3 months read more...
pt RSM Orbital apex syndrome. Further detailsImage A. The bone appears normal, but the features are most consistent with infection, less so with a pseudotumour. Bone windows not shown. Biopsy demonstrated hyphal invasion and cultures grew A. fumigatus. Image A. CT scan image (enhanced) demonstrating proptosis of the left eye, with opacification of the retroorbital area on the left, involving the optic nerve and medial ocular muscles., Image B. Lower CT scan image again showing marked proptosis and complete opacification of the apex of the orbit with inflammatory material. The sinuses are clear. , Image C. Lower CT scan image again showing inflammatory material at the apex of the orbit, without involvement of the sinuses., Image D. CT scan image further caudally, showing remarkable opacification of most of the orbit, without involvement of the sinuses.
Image A. CT scan image (enhanced) demonstrating proptosis of the left eye, with opacification of the retroorbital area on the left, involving the optic nerve and medial ocular muscles., Image B. Lower CT scan image again showing marked proptosis and complete opacification of the apex of the orbit with inflammatory material. The sinuses are clear. , Image C. Lower CT scan image again showing inflammatory material at the apex of the orbit, without involvement of the sinuses., Image D. CT scan image further caudally, showing remarkable opacification of most of the orbit, without involvement of the sinuses. pt RSM Orbital apex syndrome. Further detailsImage A. The bone appears normal, but the features are most consistent with infection, less so with a pseudotumour. Bone windows not shown. Biopsy demonstrated hyphal invasion and cultures grew A. fumigatus.
Chronic invasive sinus aspergillosis Pt DA 68yr male. This 68 year man with a history of hypertension and ischemic heart disease presented with nasal obstruction, localised swelling and pain in his right cheek for about two months. CT scan showed a soft tissue mass filling the right maxillary sinus read more... Image A. MRI (T2-weighted, transversal view).Note oedema of the right temporal lobe., Image B MRI (T1-weighted, transversal view). The blue pointer shows progression of inflammatory tissue into the brain. The green pointer shows involvement of the lateral group of external ocular muscles., Image C CT scan image (bone window, coronal view) demonstrating destruction of the inferior wall of the right orbit., Image D. MRI (T1-weighted, contrast-enhanced, transversal view). The pointers show abnormal enhancement in the right orbit (green), in the right temporal lobe (blue) and of the dura (yellow). , Image E MRI (T1-weighted, contrast-enhanced, coronal view). The pointers show pathological tissue in the right cavernous sinus (blue) and pathological enhancement of the right optical nerve (green)., Image F MRI (T1-weighted, contrast-enhanced, sagittal view). The pointers show pathological tissue in the right orbit (blue) with protrusion into the right optical canal (green).
Image A. MRI (T2-weighted, transversal view).Note oedema of the right temporal lobe., Image B MRI (T1-weighted, transversal view). The blue pointer shows progression of inflammatory tissue into the brain. The green pointer shows involvement of the lateral group of external ocular muscles., Image C CT scan image (bone window, coronal view) demonstrating destruction of the inferior wall of the right orbit., Image D. MRI (T1-weighted, contrast-enhanced, transversal view). The pointers show abnormal enhancement in the right orbit (green), in the right temporal lobe (blue) and of the dura (yellow). , Image E MRI (T1-weighted, contrast-enhanced, coronal view). The pointers show pathological tissue in the right cavernous sinus (blue) and pathological enhancement of the right optical nerve (green)., Image F MRI (T1-weighted, contrast-enhanced, sagittal view). The pointers show pathological tissue in the right orbit (blue) with protrusion into the right optical canal (green). Chronic invasive sinus aspergillosis Pt DA 68yr male. This 68 year man with a history of hypertension and ischemic heart disease presented with nasal obstruction, localised swelling and pain in his right cheek for about two months. CT scan showed a soft tissue mass filling the right maxillary sinus read more...
Rottweiler crossbred dog with nasal aspergillosis. Rottweiler crossbred dog with nasal aspergillosis. A Rottweiler crossbred dog with nasal aspergillosis due to Aspergillus fumigatus infection. Note the loss of pigment below the nostril on the worst affected side - this finding is suggestive of a read more...
Rottweiler crossbred dog with nasal aspergillosis. Rottweiler crossbred dog with nasal aspergillosis. A Rottweiler crossbred dog with nasal aspergillosis due to Aspergillus fumigatus infection. Note the loss of pigment below the nostril on the worst affected side - this finding is suggestive of a read more...
Nasal aspergillosis. KOH preparation of fungal plaques surgically removed from the frontal sinus of a Schnauzer with nasal aspergillosis due to Aspergillus fumigatus. Nasal aspergillosis. KOH preparation of fungal plaques surgically removed from the frontal sinus of a Schnauzer with nasal aspergillosis due to Aspergillus fumigatus.
Nasal aspergillosis. KOH preparation of fungal plaques surgically removed from the frontal sinus of a Schnauzer with nasal aspergillosis due to Aspergillus fumigatus. Nasal aspergillosis. KOH preparation of fungal plaques surgically removed from the frontal sinus of a Schnauzer with nasal aspergillosis due to Aspergillus fumigatus.
Nasal aspergillosis in a Schnauzer. Histological section of fungal plaques removed surgically from the frontal sinus of a 5 year old Schnauzer with nasal aspergillosis. This infection was caused by Aspergillus fumigatus. H & E; x 200. Nasal aspergillosis in a Schnauzer. Histological section of fungal plaques removed surgically from the frontal sinus of a 5 year old Schnauzer with nasal aspergillosis. This infection was caused by Aspergillus fumigatus. H & E; x 200.
Nasal aspergillosis in a Schnauzer. Histological section of fungal plaques removed surgically from the frontal sinus of a 5 year old Schnauzer with nasal aspergillosis. This infection was caused by Aspergillus fumigatus. H & E; x 200. Nasal aspergillosis in a Schnauzer. Histological section of fungal plaques removed surgically from the frontal sinus of a 5 year old Schnauzer with nasal aspergillosis. This infection was caused by Aspergillus fumigatus. H & E; x 200.
English Pointer with nasal aspergillosis. Diff Quik stained cytological smear of material obtained from the frontal sinus of a 7 year old English Pointer with nasal aspergillosis. This infection was caused by Aspergillus fumigatus. Fungal hyphae are English Pointer with nasal aspergillosis. Diff Quik stained cytological smear of material obtained from the frontal sinus of a 7 year old English Pointer with nasal aspergillosis. This infection was caused by Aspergillus fumigatus. Fungal hyphae are read more...
English Pointer with nasal aspergillosis. Diff Quik stained cytological smear of material obtained from the frontal sinus of a 7 year old English Pointer with nasal aspergillosis. This infection was caused by Aspergillus fumigatus. Fungal hyphae are English Pointer with nasal aspergillosis. Diff Quik stained cytological smear of material obtained from the frontal sinus of a 7 year old English Pointer with nasal aspergillosis. This infection was caused by Aspergillus fumigatus. Fungal hyphae are read more...
Domestic crossbred cat with disseminated aspergillosis. Diff Quik stained squash preparation of material obtained from thoracotomy of a 3 year old domestic crossbred cat with invasive Aspergillus fumigatus infection. The cat had marked enlargement of Domestic crossbred cat with disseminated aspergillosis. Diff Quik stained squash preparation of material obtained from thoracotomy of a 3 year old domestic crossbred cat with invasive Aspergillus fumigatus infection. The cat had marked enlargement read more...
Domestic crossbred cat with disseminated aspergillosis. Diff Quik stained squash preparation of material obtained from thoracotomy of a 3 year old domestic crossbred cat with invasive Aspergillus fumigatus infection. The cat had marked enlargement of Domestic crossbred cat with disseminated aspergillosis. Diff Quik stained squash preparation of material obtained from thoracotomy of a 3 year old domestic crossbred cat with invasive Aspergillus fumigatus infection. The cat had marked enlargement read more...

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