Fungal Infectious Diseases

In addition to the air, soil, water, and plants, fungi can also survive in other settings. The human body contains some fungus in its normal state. Just like there are advantageous and harmful microbes, there are advantageous and harmful fungi. Since they can survive in the environment and reinfect the person who is trying to recover, pathogenic fungi that infest the body might be challenging to get rid of. Fungi-based infections are common in many aspects of the natural world. Humans get fungus infections when an invasive fungus overpowers the immune system and takes over a part of the body. A fungal infection can strike anyone at any time, and it can develop anywhere on the body.

  • Track 1-1 Antifungal Agents
  • Track 2-2 Antifungal Resistance
  • Track 3-3 Effect of Fungal Infections in Humans
  • Track 4-4 Fungal Infections in Plants and Animals
  • Track 5-5 Diagnosis and Management of Fungal Infections

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