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Disseminate coccidioidomycosis

Disseminate coccidioidomycosis

a severe, chronic, and progressive form of coccidioidomycosis resulting from rapid dissemination of endospores from the primary site of infection, or from reinfection in a previously sensitised patient, with widespread involvement of the central nervous system, bones, skin, and viscera.


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