Fungal diseases, ergot/ergotism, mycoses, parasites, malaria, innate v. adaptive

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Department
Microbio, Immun, Pathology
Course
MIP 315A
Professor
Gerald Callahan
Semester
Spring

Description
1 FebruaryFungal diseases happen after the fungus is dead in mycotoxicoses they are ingestedIf they are actually still alivemycosesErgotReleases ergot alkaloidsHallucinogenicPathogenesis ErgotismErgot alkaloids have a wide rangecirculation neurotransmission motor problems vasoconstrictionSt Anthonys fireVasoconstriction can cause limbextremity deathSymptomsConvulsiveDiarrhea paresthesias itching seizures headaches nausea and vomiting Hallucinations and mental effects including mania or psychosisCaused by clavinet alkaloidsGangrenousResult of vasoconstriction induced by the ergotamineergocristine alkaloids of the fungusIt affects the more poorly vascularized distal structures such as the fingers and toesMycosesSuperficialSubcutaneousSystemicOpportunistic
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