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  • 1915年06月16日
    Bacteria smears of germs for microbiological diagnosis

    Bacteria smears of germs for microbiological diagnosis, microscope slides, clinical microbiology, state of scientific research around 1915, 1: Tuberculosis, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, 2: Actinomycosis, 3: Mucor, 4: Penicillium, 5: Aspergillus, 6: Yeast fungus、クレジット:imageBROKER.com/H.-D. Falkenstein/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。

    商品コード: 2020111200605

  • 2018年11月13日
    Bacteria to save saffron - Barbara Reinhold

    13 November 2018, Bremen: Barbara Reinhold, biologist and head of the Department of Microorganisms and Plant Interaction at the University of Bremen, is in her laboratory. She and her team are investigating the causes of the fungal diseases of the spice plant saffron and are looking for antidotes, which could be bacteria. Photo: Carmen Jaspersen/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018113033419

  • 2018年11月13日
    Bacteria to save saffron - Barbara Reinhold

    13 November 2018, Bremen: Barbara Reinhold, biologist and head of the Department of Microorganisms and Plant Interaction at the University of Bremen, smears on a Petri dish with a disinfected vaccine loop. She and her team are investigating the causes of the fungal diseases of the spice plant saffron and are looking for antidotes, which could be bacteria. (to dpa “Fight against the fungus: bacteria should save saffron“ of 23.11.2018) Photo: Carmen Jaspersen/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018113033420

  • 2018年11月13日
    Bacteria to save saffron - Barbara Reinhold

    13 November 2018, Bremen: Barbara Reinhold, biologist and head of the Department of Microorganisms and Plant Interaction at the University of Bremen, disinfects a vaccine loop in her laboratory before taking swabs. She and her team are investigating the causes of the fungal diseases of the spice plant saffron and are looking for antidotes, which could be bacteria. Photo: Carmen Jaspersen/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018113033493

  • 2018年11月13日
    Bacteria to save saffron - Barbara Reinhold

    13 November 2018, Bremen: Barbara Reinhold, biologist and head of the Department of Microorganisms and Plant Interaction at the University of Bremen, is standing in front of her laboratory. She and her team are investigating the causes of the fungal diseases of the spice plant saffron and are looking for antidotes, which could be bacteria. Photo: Carmen Jaspersen/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018113033504

  • 2018年11月13日
    Bacteria to save saffron

    13 November 2018, Bremen: Barbara Reinhold, biologist and head of the Department of Microorganisms and Plant Interaction at the University of Bremen, is in her laboratory. She and her team are investigating the causes of the fungal diseases of the spice plant saffron and are looking for antidotes, which could be bacteria. (to dpa “Fight against the fungus: bacteria should save saffron“ of 23.11.2018) Photo: Carmen Jaspersen/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018113033404

  • 2021年05月24日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    May 24, 2021, Ajmer, India: Black fungus patient in Ajmer, Rajasthan. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021060801703

  • 2021年05月24日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    May 24, 2021, Ajmer, India: Black fungus patient in Ajmer, Rajasthan. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021060802148

  • 2021年05月24日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    May 24, 2021, Ajmer, India: Black fungus patient in Ajmer, Rajasthan. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021060803205

  • 2021年05月24日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    May 24, 2021, Ajmer, India: Black fungus patient in Ajmer, Rajasthan. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021060802270

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Reports Nearly 9,000 Cases Of Black Fungus

    ENT specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar examines a patient infected with Black Fungus or scientifically known as Mucormycosis, a deadly fungal infection, at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. India has reported more than 8,800 cases of deadly “black fungus“ in a growing epidemic of the disease. The normally rare infection, called mucormycosis, has a mortality rate of 50 %, with some only saved by removing an eye. But in recent months, India saw thousands of cases affecting recovered and recovering Covid-19 patients. Doctors say there is a link with the steroids used to treat Covid. Diabetics are at particular risk. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052612434

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Reports Nearly 9,000 Cases Of Black Fungus

    ENT specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar examines a patient infected with Black Fungus or scientifically known as Mucormycosis, a deadly fungal infection, at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. India has reported more than 8,800 cases of deadly “black fungus“ in a growing epidemic of the disease. The normally rare infection, called mucormycosis, has a mortality rate of 50 %, with some only saved by removing an eye. But in recent months, India saw thousands of cases affecting recovered and recovering Covid-19 patients. Doctors say there is a link with the steroids used to treat Covid. Diabetics are at particular risk. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052612268

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Reports Nearly 9,000 Cases Of Black Fungus

    ENT specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar examines a patient infected with Black Fungus or scientifically known as Mucormycosis, a deadly fungal infection, at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. India has reported more than 8,800 cases of deadly “black fungus“ in a growing epidemic of the disease. The normally rare infection, called mucormycosis, has a mortality rate of 50 %, with some only saved by removing an eye. But in recent months, India saw thousands of cases affecting recovered and recovering Covid-19 patients. Doctors say there is a link with the steroids used to treat Covid. Diabetics are at particular risk. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052612351

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Reports Nearly 9,000 Cases Of Black Fungus

    ENT specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar examines a patient infected with Black Fungus or scientifically known as Mucormycosis, a deadly fungal infection, at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. India has reported more than 8,800 cases of deadly “black fungus“ in a growing epidemic of the disease. The normally rare infection, called mucormycosis, has a mortality rate of 50 %, with some only saved by removing an eye. But in recent months, India saw thousands of cases affecting recovered and recovering Covid-19 patients. Doctors say there is a link with the steroids used to treat Covid. Diabetics are at particular risk. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052612445

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Reports Nearly 9,000 Cases Of Black Fungus

    ENT specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar examines a patient infected with Black Fungus or scientifically known as Mucormycosis, a deadly fungal infection, at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. India has reported more than 8,800 cases of deadly “black fungus“ in a growing epidemic of the disease. The normally rare infection, called mucormycosis, has a mortality rate of 50 %, with some only saved by removing an eye. But in recent months, India saw thousands of cases affecting recovered and recovering Covid-19 patients. Doctors say there is a link with the steroids used to treat Covid. Diabetics are at particular risk. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052612376

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Reports Nearly 9,000 Cases Of Black Fungus

    ENT specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar examines a patient infected with Black Fungus or scientifically known as Mucormycosis, a deadly fungal infection, at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. India has reported more than 8,800 cases of deadly “black fungus“ in a growing epidemic of the disease. The normally rare infection, called mucormycosis, has a mortality rate of 50 %, with some only saved by removing an eye. But in recent months, India saw thousands of cases affecting recovered and recovering Covid-19 patients. Doctors say there is a link with the steroids used to treat Covid. Diabetics are at particular risk. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052612353

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Reports Nearly 9,000 Cases Of Black Fungus

    ENT specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar examines a patient infected with Black Fungus or scientifically known as Mucormycosis, a deadly fungal infection, at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. India has reported more than 8,800 cases of deadly “black fungus“ in a growing epidemic of the disease. The normally rare infection, called mucormycosis, has a mortality rate of 50 %, with some only saved by removing an eye. But in recent months, India saw thousands of cases affecting recovered and recovering Covid-19 patients. Doctors say there is a link with the steroids used to treat Covid. Diabetics are at particular risk. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052612111

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Reports Nearly 9,000 Cases Of Black Fungus

    ENT specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar examines a patient infected with Black Fungus or scientifically known as Mucormycosis, a deadly fungal infection, at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. India has reported more than 8,800 cases of deadly “black fungus“ in a growing epidemic of the disease. The normally rare infection, called mucormycosis, has a mortality rate of 50 %, with some only saved by removing an eye. But in recent months, India saw thousands of cases affecting recovered and recovering Covid-19 patients. Doctors say there is a link with the steroids used to treat Covid. Diabetics are at particular risk. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052612450

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Reports Nearly 9,000 Cases Of Black Fungus

    ENT specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar examines a patient infected with Black Fungus or scientifically known as Mucormycosis, a deadly fungal infection, at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. India has reported more than 8,800 cases of deadly “black fungus“ in a growing epidemic of the disease. The normally rare infection, called mucormycosis, has a mortality rate of 50 %, with some only saved by removing an eye. But in recent months, India saw thousands of cases affecting recovered and recovering Covid-19 patients. Doctors say there is a link with the steroids used to treat Covid. Diabetics are at particular risk. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052612247

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811431

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811730

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811643

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811393

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811556

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811423

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811112

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811103

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811274

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811218

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811430

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811143

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811080

  • 2021年05月25日
    India Hit By Black Fungus Infections

    Indian Dr. Vijay Gakhar performs extended endoscopic sinus surgery on a person suffering from mucormycosis at a hospital in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India on May 25, 2021. Several cases of the black fungus infection is being reported in patients recovering from COVID-19 in many parts of India. Photo by Himanshu Sharma/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年5月25日、クレジット:Himanshu Sharma/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021052811410

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006498

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006582

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006617

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006593

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006447

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006608

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006513

  • 2021年05月28日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 28, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月28日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 28, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月01日
    India: Black Fungus Infections in Rajasthan

    June 1, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: Indian doctor Manju Gagrani examines a patient at Government Amrit Kaur Hospital during mucormycosis or black fungus pandemic, in Beawar. The state of Rajasthan has declared mucormycosis, or black fungus, an epidemic, in the wake of rising cases primarily among those recovering from the coronavirus. The rare but potentially deadly fungal infection affects the respiratory tract, sometimes causing swelling and discoloration around the eyes and mouth. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月01日
    India: Black Fungus Infections in Rajasthan

    June 1, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: Indian doctor Manju Gagrani examines a patient at Government Amrit Kaur Hospital during mucormycosis or black fungus pandemic, in Beawar. The state of Rajasthan has declared mucormycosis, or black fungus, an epidemic, in the wake of rising cases primarily among those recovering from the coronavirus. The rare but potentially deadly fungal infection affects the respiratory tract, sometimes causing swelling and discoloration around the eyes and mouth. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar treats a black fungus patient. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar treats a black fungus patient. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar treats a black fungus patient. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar treats a black fungus patient. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar treats a black fungus patient. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar treats a black fungus patient. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar treats a black fungus patient. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Black fungus patient in Ajmer, Rajasthan. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Doctor treats a black fungus patient in Ajmer. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Doctor treats a black fungus patient in Ajmer. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Black fungus patient in Ajmer, Rajasthan. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Black Fungus Outbreak in Rajasthan

    June 7, 2021, Ajmer, India: Black fungus patient in Ajmer, Rajasthan. Black Fungus Outbreak, Rajasthan declares Black Fungus an epidemic, last month. Rajasthan declared mucormycosis an epidemic. Since then, cases have steadily increased in rural as well as urban areas. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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