Pulmonary Phialemonium curvatum phaeohyphomycosis in a Standard Poodle dog.
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Phialemonium curvatum, frequently misidentified as an Acremonium species, is reported here as a new agent of pulmonary phaeohyphomycosis in a Standard Poodle dog, and added as a new species in the genus to cause mycoses in canines. In vitro susceptibility data, for both human and animal isolates, suggests resistance to amphotericin B and susceptibility to the triazole agents itraconazole, voriconazole, and posaconazole.
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Sutton, D. A., Wickes, B. L., Thompson, E. H., Rinaldi, M. G., Roland, R. M., Libal, M. C., Russell, K., & Gordon, S.