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Aspergillus versicolor Pigmentation of Aspergillus versicolor colonies ranged from pale green to greenish-beige, pink-green, dark green and brown. Reverse is usually reddish. The growth rate is usually slow. Cultured on Sabouraud dextrose agar with chloramphenicol.
Aspergillus versicolor Pigmentation of Aspergillus versicolor colonies ranged from pale green to greenish-beige, pink-green, dark green and brown. Reverse is usually reddish. The growth rate is usually slow. Cultured on Sabouraud dextrose agar with chloramphenicol.
Aspergillus versicolor A Colonies on MEA after one week; B, C conidial heads with tip of conidiophire, x920; D conidial head, x 2330; E conidial heads x920
Aspergillus versicolor A Colonies on MEA after one week; B, C conidial heads with tip of conidiophire, x920; D conidial head, x 2330; E conidial heads x920
Aspergillus versicolor
Aspergillus restrictus A Colonies on MEA + 20% sucrose after one week; B detail of colony showing columnar conidial heads x 44 ; C conidial heads x 920; D conidia x2330
Aspergillus restrictus A Colonies on MEA + 20% sucrose after one week; B detail of colony showing columnar conidial heads x 44 ; C conidial heads x 920; D conidia x2330
Aspergillus piperis Scanning electron micrograph photo of conidia. Scale bar: 1 µm.
Aspergillus piperis Scanning electron micrograph photo of conidia. Scale bar: 1 µm.
Aspergillus piperis Conidia
Aspergillus penicillioides Conidia-forming head and culture plate
Aspergillus penicillioides Conidia-forming head and culture plate
Aspergillus niger Cultures are grown on malt extract agar for 5-7 days at 30°C. Light microscopy-1000x stained with lacto-phenol and cotton blue.
Aspergillus niger Cultures are grown on malt extract agar for 5-7 days at 30°C. Light microscopy-1000x stained with lacto-phenol and cotton blue.
Aspergillus chevalieri A Colonies on MEA +20% sucrose after one week; B ascomata x 40; C conidiophores x 920; D ascospores x2330; E ascoma x 230; F portion of ascoma with asci and ascospores, x 920.
Aspergillus chevalieri A Colonies on MEA +20% sucrose after one week; B ascomata x 40; C conidiophores x 920; D ascospores x2330; E ascoma x 230; F portion of ascoma with asci and ascospores, x 920.
Bilateral nodules in allogeneic bone marrow transpant patient Bilateral nodules in allogeneic bone marrow transpant patient, pt AB with pulmonary aspergillosis.
Patient IN - Images ABPA with disseminated invasive aspergillosis The chest X rays showed a rapid progression of lung disease- with bilateral upper zone and midzone consolidation and bilateral pleural effusion. Both lower lobes showed bronchiectasis in a central distribution along with centrilobular nodules and read more... Chest x ray of patient one month prior to admission , Chest X-ray 10 days prior to admission , Chest x ray of patient 4 days prior to admission, Chest X ray on admission
Chest x ray of patient one month prior to admission , Chest X-ray 10 days prior to admission , Chest x ray of patient 4 days prior to admission, Chest X ray on admission Patient IN - Images ABPA with disseminated invasive aspergillosis The chest X rays showed a rapid progression of lung disease- with bilateral upper zone and midzone consolidation and bilateral pleural effusion. Both lower lobes showed bronchiectasis in a central distribution along with centrilobular nodules and read more...
Aspergilloma in 21yr old cystic fibrosis patient with ABPA and diabetes mellitus - Patient EG (follow up) removal of aspergilloma 2011 Patient EG Intraluminal aspergilloma in cystic fibrosis (12 months follow up)The 21 year old woman with cystic fibrosis developed an aspergilloma in her left lower lobe bronchus.  CF was diagnosed at 6 months of age (sweat chloride 78 and 100 read more... Image A. Bronchoscopy, Image B. Bronchoscopy, Image C. 3D reconstruction
Image A. Bronchoscopy, Image B. Bronchoscopy, Image C. 3D reconstruction Aspergilloma in 21yr old cystic fibrosis patient with ABPA and diabetes mellitus - Patient EG (follow up) removal of aspergilloma 2011 Patient EG Intraluminal aspergilloma in cystic fibrosis (12 months follow up)The 21 year old woman with cystic fibrosis developed an aspergilloma in her left lower lobe bronchus.  CF was diagnosed at 6 months of age (sweat chloride 78 and 100 read more...
Pt DG pseudomembranous aspergillus tracheobronchitis This patient is a 70 yr old, obese diabetic with aortic stenosis and COPD. He was admitted in early March 09, with collapse and loss of conciousness. His lungs appeared normal at this time - CT and X-ray 1. 10 days later he was admitted with read more... Image A. CT scan 1, one week prior to admission , Image B. CT scan 2, on admission, Image C. CT scan 3: Following 6 weeks antifungal treatment, Image D. CT scan 4 after 3.5 months- and one month on interferon gamma, Image E. Chest X ray 1 (cf CT scan 1) one week pre-admission, Image F. Chest X-ray 2 (cf CT Scan 2) on admission, Image G. Histology (H&E) of membranous material removed on bronchoscopy, Image H. Histology stained with GMS stain showing septate branching hyphae, Image I. Bronchoscopy one week after admission- improvement, with some clear areas with no secretions, less oedema than one week earlier (not shown)., Image J. Bronchoscopy 2 weeks after admission, much improved  only local plaques in distal airways.
Image A. CT scan 1, one week prior to admission , Image B. CT scan 2, on admission, Image C. CT scan 3: Following 6 weeks antifungal treatment, Image D. CT scan 4 after 3.5 months- and one month on interferon gamma, Image E. Chest X ray 1 (cf CT scan 1) one week pre-admission, Image F. Chest X-ray 2 (cf CT Scan 2) on admission, Image G. Histology (H&E) of membranous material removed on bronchoscopy, Image H. Histology stained with GMS stain showing septate branching hyphae, Image I. Bronchoscopy one week after admission- improvement, with some clear areas with no secretions, less oedema than one week earlier (not shown)., Image J. Bronchoscopy 2 weeks after admission, much improved  only local plaques in distal airways. Pt DG pseudomembranous aspergillus tracheobronchitis This patient is a 70 yr old, obese diabetic with aortic stenosis and COPD. He was admitted in early March 09, with collapse and loss of conciousness. His lungs appeared normal at this time - CT and X-ray 1. 10 days later he was admitted with read more...
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