Gilchrist Disease, also known as blastomycosis, is a noncontagious fungal infection caused by the fungus Blastomyces dermatitidis. The fungus blastomyces dermatitidis thrives in moist soil in sand. Gilchrist disease is most often contracted through airborne spores, and can be contracted through open wound contact with the spores. If left untreated, Gilchrist disease may spread from the lungs and skin to the rest of the body and, in worst cases, may cause death. In order to treat Gilchrist disease, a doctor must prescribe antifungal medication.
Gilchrist Disease Bioinformatics Tool
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