The prevalence of antibiotics, corticosteroids, and anticancer or immunosuppressive drugs and the progress of the medical treatments after World War II have saved the lives of many patients attacked by serious diseases and have contributed to the prolongation of the average life span of a human being. However, there still remain some problems to be solved. One of them is that of compromised hosts, which will be treated in this book.

chapter 1|52 pages

Experimental Fungal Infections

Edited ByMakoto Miyaji

chapter 2|26 pages

Animal Models of Cutaneous and Subcutaneous Mycoses

ByS. Watanabe

chapter 3|22 pages

Animal Models of Systemic Mycoses

ByE. Brummer, K. V. Clemons

chapter 4|58 pages

Opportunistic Fungal Infections

ByH. Yamaguchi