Fungal infection after steroid injection

Cutaneous mycoses extend deeper into the epidermis , and also include invasive hair and nail diseases . These diseases are restricted to the keratinized layers of the skin, hair, and nails. Unlike the superficial mycoses, host immune responses may be evoked resulting in pathologic changes expressed in the deeper layers of the skin. The organisms that cause these diseases are called dermatophytes . The resulting diseases are often called ringworm (even though there is no worm involved) or tinea . Cutaneous mycoses are caused by Microsporum , Trichophyton , and Epidermophyton fungi, which together comprise 41 species.

A total of 70 patients (64 SOT recipients and 6 HCT recipients) had infection with an endemic mycosis, including 52 with histoplasmosis, 9 with blastomycosis, and 9 with coccidioidomycosis. The 12-month cumulative incidence rate among SOT recipients for histoplasmosis was %. Occurrence of infection was bimodal; 28 (40%) infections occurred in the first 6 months post transplantation, and 24 (34%) occurred between 2 and 11 years post transplantation. Three patients were documented to have acquired infection from the donor organ. Seven SOT recipients with histoplasmosis and 3 with coccidioidomycosis died (16%); no HCT recipient died.

Fungal infection after steroid injection

fungal infection after steroid injection

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