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Fungal Identificatio

Fungal Identification

From Fungal Colony Tape
From Fungal Colony slide
From Fungal Colony microscope
From Fungal Colony TSA plates grow yeast
Dermatophytes Hair, skin, nails, claws
Dermatophytes Ringworm!!!
Dermatophytes Microsporum spp and Trichophyton spp
Dermatophytes DTM
Dermatophytes color change
Dermatophytes Change medium from orange to red
Dermatophytes Colony is off white in color
Saprophytes Environment and opportunistic pathogens
Saprophytes Aspergillus spp-pneumonia in birds
Saprophytes Contaminates feed
Saprophytes Mucor spp and Rhizopus spp
Mucor spp and Rhizopus spp LN, lung, liver lesions in immunosuppressed animals
Yeast Cream colored colony
Cryptococcus neoformis Yeast
Cryptococcus neoformis severe nasal infections in dogs
Candida spp Yeast
Candida spp Mucus membranes, esp GI tract, genital tract, respiratory tract, and ears
Candida albicans-can cause many dzs esp when: Immunosuppressed
Candida albicans-can cause many dzs esp when: Primary bacterial infection
Candida albicans-can cause many dzs esp when: Prolonged AB use
Malassezia pachydermatis Yeast
Malassezia pachydermatis External ears
Malassezia pachydermatis Cause of seborrheic dermatitis
Malassezia pachydermatis Hypersensitivity rxns
Malassezia pachydermatis Also can be normal flora of skin
Created by: JODY84