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DATE

2001-06

AUTHORS

Jiejian Lin, Richard J. Hamill

ABSTRACT

Disease caused by Coccidioides immitis has increased in frequency in recent years because of marked population shifts into highly endemic areas, as well as perturbations of the environment caused by construction, agricultural, and natural activities. Because disease may occur in persons in locations outside of the endemic regions, practitioners must be aware of the possibility of infection in those who may have traveled or resided in areas of risk. Recently, advances in laboratory methods have facilitated diagnosis of coccidioidomycosis, and information about therapies that are easier to administer has become available. Challenges in the management of this infection still remain, particularly with regard to more reliable antifungal drugs and protective vaccines. More... »

PAGES

274-278

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1988. Epidemiology of Coccidioidomycosis in CURRENT TOPICS IN MEDICAL MYCOLOGY
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