North American Blastomycosis in Rhodesia
The clinical and pathological features of North American Blastomycosis in the United States of America have been well documented by Abernathy (1959) and by Witorsch & Utz (1968) who showed that blastomycosis is a chronic mycosis generally believed to begin in the lungs and which then spreads to other organs giving rise to secondary lesions, especially in the skin and bones.
Full Text LinksDavidson, Lindsay & Gelfand, Michael (1972) North American Blastomycosis in Rhodesia, CAJM vol.18, no. 7. Harare (formerly Salisbury), Avondale: CAJM
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