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opportunistic fungal pathogens are correct

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All of the following statements regarding opportunistic fungal pathogens are correct except: a. they have a limited degree of virulence, b. they always display thermal dimorphism, c. they are spread by the respiratory or mucocutaneous route, d. they stimulate only weak and short lived immunity.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
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Expert:  Anthony Bray, MD replied 6 years ago.



Not all species of opportunistic fungal organisms would display thermal dimorphism. This would be the exception here.


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