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Invasive aspergillosis microscopy Light microscopic image of hyphae in an aspergilloma (400x magnification)
Invasive aspergillosis microscopy Light microscopic image of hyphae in an aspergilloma (400x magnification)
TEM of fungal hyphae inside an aspergilloma An aspergilloma (or fungal ball) is a mass of fungus found inside the body, for example inside cavities such as the lungs or sinuses, or as abscesses in organs such as the brain or kidney. They are made up of threadlike fungal strands (hyphae) that read more...
TEM of fungal hyphae inside an aspergilloma An aspergilloma (or fungal ball) is a mass of fungus found inside the body, for example inside cavities such as the lungs or sinuses, or as abscesses in organs such as the brain or kidney. They are made up of threadlike fungal strands (hyphae) that read more...
Blockage of a blood vessel by invading aspergillus Aspergillus can punch through the lining of the lungs and invade the blood vessels below, in a process called angioinvasion. It can result in blockage (occlusion) of the blood vessel and damage to the local tissue through lack of oxygen (infarction read more...
Blockage of a blood vessel by invading aspergillus Aspergillus can punch through the lining of the lungs and invade the blood vessels below, in a process called angioinvasion. It can result in blockage (occlusion) of the blood vessel and damage to the local tissue through lack of oxygen (infarction read more...
Aspergilloma Showing the edge of a colony of aspergillus forming a fungal ball. The fungal hyphae exhibit dichotomous 45 degree angle branching and septae typical of Aspergillus.
Aspergilloma Showing the edge of a colony of aspergillus forming a fungal ball. The fungal hyphae exhibit dichotomous 45 degree angle branching and septae typical of Aspergillus.
Pt CJ Finger clubbing and sputum with haemoptysis. Chronic cavitary pulmonary aspergillosis. Pt CJ finger clubbing, this patient had chronic cavitary pulmonary aspergillosis, with an aspergilloma since 1988, following an episode of haemoptysis. Currently patient still has symptomatic disease.Images E,F Blood stained sputum samples from this read more... Image F., Image E., Image A., Image B., Image C., Image D.
Image F., Image E., Image A., Image B., Image C., Image D. Pt CJ Finger clubbing and sputum with haemoptysis. Chronic cavitary pulmonary aspergillosis. Pt CJ finger clubbing, this patient had chronic cavitary pulmonary aspergillosis, with an aspergilloma since 1988, following an episode of haemoptysis. Currently patient still has symptomatic disease.Images E,F Blood stained sputum samples from this read more...
Skeletal muscle Disseminated, invasive aspergillosis showing dichotomously branching hyphae. Original magnification x300. Stained with Gomori Methenamine Silver (GMS).
Skeletal muscle Disseminated, invasive aspergillosis showing dichotomously branching hyphae. Original magnification x300. Stained with Gomori Methenamine Silver (GMS).
Skeletal muscle Disseminated, invasive aspergillosis showing dichotomously branching hyphae. Original magnification x150. Stained with Gomori Methenamine Silver (GMS).
Skeletal muscle Disseminated, invasive aspergillosis showing dichotomously branching hyphae. Original magnification x150. Stained with Gomori Methenamine Silver (GMS).
Skeletal muscle Disseminated, invasive aspergillosis showing dichotomously branching hyphae. Original magnification x50. Stained with Gomori Methenamine Silver (GMS).
Skeletal muscle Disseminated, invasive aspergillosis showing dichotomously branching hyphae. Original magnification x50. Stained with Gomori Methenamine Silver (GMS).
Microscopic Pathology of Aspergillosis - invasive pulmonary aspergillosis. Light microscopical appearance of invasive pulmonary aspergillosis Light microscopical appearance of invasive pulmonary aspergillosis showing vessel occlusion with thrombus and distal infarction (Haematoxylin and eosin, x100)
Microscopic Pathology of Aspergillosis - invasive pulmonary aspergillosis. Light microscopical appearance of invasive pulmonary aspergillosis Light microscopical appearance of invasive pulmonary aspergillosis showing vessel occlusion with thrombus and distal infarction (Haematoxylin and eosin, x100)
Papular rash C
Papular rash C

C & D Papular rash with blisters on the back, associated with CPA but prior to treatment, rash appeared 2 years previously in October 2007. The rash resolved on treatment with azoles.

Ecchymosis B
Ecchymosis B

A & B
Red skin rash on arms due to effect of inhaled steroids termed ecchymosis.

Ecchymosis A
Ecchymosis A

A & B
Red skin rash on arms due to effect of inhaled steroids termed ecchymosis.

Pt NC Chronic Pulmonary Aspergillosis - Exacerbation of Psoriasis with posaconazole After 3 weeks of posaconazole given for chronic pulmonary aspergillosis, patient NC had a remarkable exacerbation of psoriasis. He had had psoriasis for years, with little trouble and almost no treatment. After taking posaconazole 400mg twice daily read more... Image B., Image A., Image C., Image D., Image E., Image F.
Image B., Image A., Image C., Image D., Image E., Image F. Pt NC Chronic Pulmonary Aspergillosis - Exacerbation of Psoriasis with posaconazole After 3 weeks of posaconazole given for chronic pulmonary aspergillosis, patient NC had a remarkable exacerbation of psoriasis. He had had psoriasis for years, with little trouble and almost no treatment. After taking posaconazole 400mg twice daily read more...
Pt PC caspofungin rash and phlebitis Patient PC: An example of localised caspofungin rash and phlebitis related to caspofungin infusion. Image 1., Image 2.
Image 1., Image 2. Pt PC caspofungin rash and phlebitis Patient PC: An example of localised caspofungin rash and phlebitis related to caspofungin infusion.
Voriconazole induced conjunctivitis
Voriconazole induced conjunctivitis

Patient JS (age 53) has chronic cavitary pulmonary aspergillosis and failed itraconazole therapy. After taking voriconazole for several months she relatively suddenly developed florid conjunctivitis which is attributable to voriconazole. This occurred without facial erythema, which is unusual. Voriconazole has been continued.

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