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Where can I find aspergillus?
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Dr. Thomas Klein
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Moldy areas
Aspergillus is a mold and would be found in damp areas.
Indoors it may be found it wet basements, areas where a roof might have leaked, or in wet soil in potted plants. Outdoors it may be found in mulch, piles of leaves or shady areas.

In brief: Moldy areas
Aspergillus is a mold and would be found in damp areas.
Indoors it may be found it wet basements, areas where a roof might have leaked, or in wet soil in potted plants. Outdoors it may be found in mulch, piles of leaves or shady areas.
Dr. Thomas Klein
Dr. Thomas Klein
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
In brief: Aspergillus
This is a common fungus in the environment.
It rarely affects the body and usually requires immunosupression such as a cancer patient in treatment or a diabetic in crisis. The infection commonly will be in the lung, but can affect most parts of the body. An infected person usually is severely sick and probably already under a doctor's care - or should be.

In brief: Aspergillus
This is a common fungus in the environment.
It rarely affects the body and usually requires immunosupression such as a cancer patient in treatment or a diabetic in crisis. The infection commonly will be in the lung, but can affect most parts of the body. An infected person usually is severely sick and probably already under a doctor's care - or should be.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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