Diagnosis of invasive fungal infections

Anna Maria Barbui, Corrado Girmenia, Giorgio Limerutti

DOI: https://doi.org/10.7175/rhc.v3i1S.429


A proper diagnostic strategy of invasive fungal infections (IFI) is a very important component in the management of infectious complications in hematological patients. A good diagnostic approach should be adapted to the patient in relation to the underlying disease, stage of disease, localization of infection and immune status. None of the diagnostic markers can be entirely adopted for medical decision making, and sometimes it’s useful to use the combination of several microbiological tests.

The diagnosis of IFI must therefore have a multidisciplinary approach that includes clinical suspicion, microbiological results and radiological evidence.


Invasive fungal infections; Diagnosis; Hematology

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