Disseminated Scopulariopsis brevicaulis infection in an allogeneic stem cell recipient: case report and review of the literature
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Salmon A et al. – Scopulariopsis brevicaulis was subsequently isolated from skin and then from sputum and stool. Further investigation revealed that the infection had spread from a primary pulmonary site to the skin. A review of the literature underscores the difficulty of diagnosing infections caused by such emerging fungal pathogens and the poor outcome of immunocompromised patients with non–Aspergillus mould infections.

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