HOMO SAPIENS DISEASES - VIRIDIPLANTAE GROUP
(see also Physiology of Viridiplantae and Antimicrobials for Eukaryal organisms sections)
 
  • Chlorophyta
  • Patient 1, a 24-year-old man who had no underlying medical conditions, sustained a deep puncture wound to the right foot in a freshwater lake in Texas. Patient 2, a 30-year-old man who also had no clinically significant medical history, received a traumatic freshwater injury while jet-skiing in Missouri; the injury resulted in open dislocation of the right knee and a coronal unicondylar fracture of the distal right femur. Both patients required surgical débridement, and although they did not receive antifungal therapy, which may be active against some algae, both recovered without recurrence of D. armatus infectionref
    isolated from the gangrenous foot of a patient with diabetesref

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