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Table 1 Clinical spectrum of disease due to Schizophyllum commune and country-wise distribution of clinical cases (n = 99)

From: First report on cutaneous infectious granuloma caused by Schizophyllum commune

Mycosis (No. of case) Country (No. of cases) References
Sinusitis (34) Austria (5) [14, 15]
USA(3) [8, 16]
Colombia(3) [17,18,19]
France (3) [20,21,22]
Serbia (2) [23, 24]
India(2) [25, 26]
U.K. (1) [27]
Japan (7) [28,29,30]
Australia (1) [31]
New Zealand(2) [5, 32]
South Korea(3) [2, 33]
China(2) [34, 35]
ABPM (30) Japan(29) [3, 5, 36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49]
India(1)a [50]
Bronchial mucoid impaction (8) Japan(8) [38, 45, 51,52,53,54,55,56]
Pulmonary fungal ball (2) North America(1) [57]
India(1) [50]
Schizophyllum asthma(2) Japan(2) [58]
Pulmonary infiltrate plus eosinophilia (1) Japan(1) [38]
Chronic eosinophilic pneumonia (1) Japan(1) [59]
Honeycomb lung (1) Japan(1) [60]
Bronchogenous cyst (1) Serbia (1) [61]
Pulmonary nodules (1) Taiwan (1) [62]
Other pulmonary mycoses (11) Iran (7) [63]
Japan (3) [38]
Italy (1) [64]
Brain abscess (2) USA (1) [9]
Austria (1) [15]
Ulceration of the palate (1) Colombia (1) [13]
Otitis externa (1) Slovenia (1) [65]
Fatal Empyema Thoracis (1) Hong Kong (1) [66]
Onychomycosis (1) USA (1) [11]
Meningitis (1) Brazil (1) [67]
  1. ainclude only one case, but the patient has the allergic broncho-pulmonary mycosis and bronchial mucoid impaction at the same time