Submit your image related to Diseases to be featured!
Submit your Twitter account related to Pheohyphomycotic Brain Abscess to be featured!
Submit your blog on Pheohyphomycotic Brain Abscess to be featured!
||Submit your event on Pheohyphomycotic Brain Abscess to be featured!
Submit your video on Pheohyphomycotic Brain Abscess to be featured!
Submit your charity on Pheohyphomycotic Brain Abscess to be featured!
Pheohyphomycotic Brain Abscess: Disease Bioinformatics
A pheohyphomycotic brain abscess is a cerebral infection that is due to the existence of dematiaceous fungi in the brain. The fungus may contain a combination of hyphae and yeast-like cells. A common symptom of a pheohyphomycotic brain abscess is seizures, and CT-scans as well as MRIs are able to produce an image of the lesion. This is a very rare disorder, and surgery is a necessary treatment. Once the fungus is removed, medicine must be used to cure the abscess and prevent a recurrence of pheohyphomycosis in the brain. If surgery is not possible, the prognosis is poor.
Pheohyphomycotic Brain Abscess Bioinformatics Tool
Laverne is a handy bioinformatics tool to help facilitate scientific exploration of related genes, diseases and pathways based on co-citations. Explore more on Pheohyphomycotic Brain Abscess below!
For more information on how to use Laverne, please read the How to Guide
Top Research Reagents
Pheohyphomycotic Brain Abscess has been studied in relation to diseases such as:
Alternate NamesPheohyphomycotic Brain Abscess is also known as Phaeohyphomycotic Brain Abscess.