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Two different students got the concept of “what the heck does does Blastomycosis and Aspergillus look like”? Do not just recall the keywords, “Broad based buds, Mississippi River, Ohio River, Great Lakes, etc.” Look at the pictures to distinguish. Note that Aspergillus was linked to decaying leaf exposure, superimposed on an old TB infection (pulmonary aspergillosis), frequently a chest X ray will be shown. What is the drug of choice? Below is classic picture of Blasto: http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/toms_fu...ges/blasto.jpg What is the drug of choice for these fungi?

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Two different students got the concept of “what the heck does does Blastomycosis and Aspergillus look like”? Do not just recall the keywords, “Broad based buds, Mississippi River, Ohio River, Great Lakes, etc.” Look at the pictures to distinguish. Note that Aspergillus was linked to decaying leaf exposure, superimposed on an old TB infection (pulmonary aspergillosis), frequently a chest X ray will be shown. What is the drug of choice?
Below is classic picture of Blasto:
http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/toms_fu...ges/blasto.jpg




What is the drug of choice for these fungi?

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