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  1. IMG SURVIVOR's Avatar

    IMG SURVIVOR said:

    candida vs aspergillus

    Two commonly encountered invasive fungi are Aspergillus and Candidia. In tissue specimens, which of the following features is often helpful in
    distinguishing these organisms?

    / A. Aspergillus has both hyphae and pseudohyphae
    / B. Aspergillus has budding yeasts
    / C. Aspergillus has germ tubes
    / D. Aspergillus shows dichotomous branching
    / E. Aspergillus shows generally obtuse angles of branching
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  2. RAVINDERDHIMAN's Avatar

    RAVINDERDHIMAN said:
    Quote Originally Posted by img survivor View Post
    two commonly encountered invasive fungi are aspergillus and candidia. In tissue specimens, which of the following features is often helpful in
    distinguishing these organisms?

    / a. Aspergillus has both hyphae and pseudohyphae
    / b. Aspergillus has budding yeasts
    / c. Aspergillus has germ tubes
    / d. Aspergillus shows dichotomous branching
    / e. Aspergillus shows generally obtuse angles of branching
    answer is A
     
  3. cooolguy said:
    i dont think you are serious

    the answer is D
     
  4. GABA's Avatar

    GABA said:
    The answer is D
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  5. ethan11 said:
    The wright answer is D. (Aspergillus shows dichotomous branching)
     
  6. usmle_by_k said:
    D, dichotomus branch
     
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