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Fusarium  is listed as one capable of causing mycetomas, and it has repeatedly been isolated from human keratitis and corneal ulcers. Most cases concern keratitis. It has been reported as an agent in endophthalmitis, subcutaneous and cutaneous infections, septic arthritis and mycetoma. Cases of sinusitis and catheter infection have been reported. Upon initial exposure, Fusarium generally ascends right into the colon, then through the tissues and through the central nervous system. Although they are not the most toxic of all types of fusarium mycotoxins, fumonisins (Fm) and DON are the most frequently detected and, therefore, most often associated with illness in farm animals or humans. 
A genus of mold which can be found within indoor environments. Certain species are pathogenic (harmful to human health) and cause severe sickness to those who are affected. Fusarium A genus of mold which can be found within indoor environments. 


Clinical Information    Fusarium causes extremely dangerous skin infections. The symptoms are similar in appearance to Strep A, the "flesh eating" bacteria. Many experts compare the symptoms to that of leprosy. Ulcerations or infections of the face, hands, and body are very graphic. Once infected, most persons stay bed ridden for a considerable period. Can further debilitate the immune system of people with suppressed immune systems. Preliminary analysis reveals that Fusarium has been linked to impotence. 

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