Cryptococcus is a fungus that is found in soil all over the world, usually in association with bird droppings. Cryptococcus neoformans is the most common Cryptococcus species that causes illness in humans. Cryptococcus gattii, a less common species that can also cause human disease, has been isolated from eucalyptus trees in tropical and subtropical regions. C. gattii has also been discovered in the Pacific Northwest, particularly on Victoria Read More
Phthisis, also known as pulmonary tuberculosis, is one of the most common illnesses that humans face. It affects people of all ages, from all walks of life, and in every country.
While phthisis may affect almost every organ in the body, the most commonly affected organ is the lungs. It is commonly known as acute tuberculosis.
Close communication with an individual who has miliary phthisis, living in filthy surrou Read More