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Additional Information for Sporotrichosis

MMWR Articles:

Sporotrichosis Associated with Wisconsin Sphagnum Moss. MMWR Weekly, October 15, 1982/31(40); 542-4.

Multistate Outbreak of Sporotrichosis in Seedling Handlers, 1988. MMWR Weekly, October 28, 1988/37(42); 652-3.

Sporotrichosis Among Hay-Mulching Workers – Oklahoma, New Mexico. MMWR Weekly, December 7, 1984/33(48); 682-3.

Publications:

Kauffman CA, Hajjeh R, and SW Chapman. 2000. Practice Guidelines for the Management of Patients with Sporotrichosis. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 30(4): 684-687.

Neyra E, Fonteyne P, Swinne D, Fauche F, Bustamante B, and N Nolard. 2005. Epidemiology of Human Sporotrichosis Investigated by Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 43(3): 1348-1352.

Pappas PG, TellezI, Deep AE, Nolasco D, Holgado W, and B. Bustamante. 2000. Sporotrichosis in Peru: Description of an area of hyperendemicity. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 30:65-70.

Schubach A, Schubach TMP, de Lima Barros MB, and B Wanke. 2005. Cat-transmitted sporotrichosis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Emerging Infectious Diseases.

 
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