Pseudoaleseriosis / Skedosporium Disease Quiz

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Content updated on Sep 20, 2022

What is pseudoaleseriosis / skedosporium disease?

Scedosporiosis is a broad spectrum of diseases caused by a fungus, Scedosporium. These fungi can cause infection in various body organs, usually in the presence of a weakened or compromised immune system.

Symptoms of pseudoaleseriosis / skedosporium disease

  • Thick, leathery skin

  • Fever

  • History of diabetes requiring medications

  • Lumps under the skin

  • Skin abnormality

  • Skin hardening

  • Skin is thick and rough/scaly

  • Cough

Questions your doctor may ask to check for pseudoaleseriosis / skedosporium disease

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose pseudoaleseriosis / skedosporium disease

  • Do you have any areas of thick or rough skin?

  • Do you have a fever?

  • Have you ever been treated for diabetes (including diabetes during pregnancy for women)?

  • Do you feel a lump/lumps under your skin?

  • Do you have any skin problems?

Treatment for pseudoaleseriosis / skedosporium disease

Treatment of this infection is difficult. It can involve anti-fungal medication taken orally or injected into the vein or surgery, depending on the extent of the infection.

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Saqib Baig, MD, MS

Respiratory medicine, Critical Care, Internal medicine

Yoshinori Abe

Yoshinori Abe, MD

Internal medicine

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