Oliver Cornely, MD
Danila Seidel, PhD (Danila.email@example.com)
Philipp Köhler, MD
Sibylle Mellinghoff, MD
Jon Salmanton García, MSc.
Janne Vehreschild, MD
Hilmar Wisplinghoff, MD
Cornelia Lass-Flörl, MD
Birgid Markiefka, MD
Khosro Hekmat, MD
Carsten Müller, MD
The incidence of invasive fungal infections is increasing worldwide. While the etiology of this development has not been completely understood, evermore invasive medical care as well as increasing numbers of long-term immunocompromised patients are considered major contributing factors.
To counter this development, diagnostic and therapeutic standards have been established for the most common fungi, i.e. Candida spp., Aspergillus spp., Cryptococcus spp. and Pneumocystis jirovecii. However, a wide variety of so-called emerging fungi accounts for a significant proportion of invasive fungal infections. Data on their epidemiology, pathogen biology and clinical course is scarce, often impeding evidence-guided decision making in the clinical setting.
To overcome these difficulties and eventually improve patient care, FungiScope™ - A Registry for Emerging Fungal Infections was created in 2003.
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Seidel et al. FungiScope™ -Global Emerging Fungal Infection Registry. Mycoses 2017 Aug;60(8):508-516 (Link here to the article).
Seidel et al. Prognostic factors in 264 adults with invasive Scedosporium spp. and Lomentospora prolificans infection reported in the literature and FungiScope®. Critical reviews in microbiology 2019 Jan 10:1-21 (Link here to the article).