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Mycoses. 2000;43(5):203-7.

Case reports. Disseminated cryptococcoses without cryptococcal antigen detection.

Abstract

During the last decade cryptococcoses were most frequently diagnosed in AIDS patients, where serologically high amounts of glucoronoxylomannan (GXM) were detectable. Disseminated cryptococcoses without cryptococcal antigen detection is unusual. Between August and October 1998 disseminated cryptococcoses were diagnosed in three patients consecutively although cryptococcal antigen was not detectable. Only one of the patients was HIV infected.

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10948820
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