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Disseminated aspergillosis after bone marrow transplantation 

Disseminated aspergillosis after bone marrow transplantation
Disseminated aspergillosis after bone marrow transplantation

Jonathan Lambourne

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date: 17 May 2022

Aspergillus species have the capacity to cause devastating infection. More efficacious antifungal agents and improved diagnostics have improved survival from invasive Aspergillus, but mortality is still 30% and approaches 100% for Aspergillus infection of the central nervous or cardiovascular systems. A case of disseminated Aspergillus infection is presented in a patient following bone marrow transplantation and risk factors, testing, and management are discussed.

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