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    • Invasive mucormycosis in children: An epidemiologic study in European and non-European countries based on two registries 

      Pana, Zoi Dorothea; Seidel, D.; Skiada, A.; Groll, A.H.; Petrikkos, Georgios L.; Cornely, O.A.; Roilides, E.; Kindo, A.; Núñez, A.A.; Henrique, H.; Carlesse, Fabianne Altruda De Moraes Costa; Chander, J.; Lass-Flörl, Cornelia; Dupont, B.; Heinz, W.; Klimko, N.; Khostelidi, S.; Lagrou, K.; Pagano, L.; Racil, Z.; Rolencova, M.; Sedlacek, P.; Chrenkova, V.; Horakova, J.; Mudry, P.; Vehreschild, Maria J.G.T.; Zimmerli, Stefan (2016-11-10)
      Background: Mucormycosis has emerged as a rare but frequently fatal invasive fungal disease. Current knowledge on paediatric mucormycosis is based on case reports and small series reported over several decades. Contemporary ...