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Volume 16, Number 7—July 2010

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Cryptococcus gattii Genotype VGIIa Infection in Man, Japan, 2007

Koh Okamoto, Shuji HatakeyamaComments to Author , Satoru Itoyama, Yoko Nukui, Yusuke Yoshino, Takatoshi Kitazawa, Hiroshi Yotsuyanagi, Reiko Ikeda, Takashi Sugita, and Kazuhiko Koike
Author affiliations: University of Tokyo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan (K. Okamoto, S. Hatakeyama, S. Itoyama, Y. Nukui, Y. Yoshino, T. Kitazawa, H. Yotsuyanagi, K. Koike); Meiji Pharmaceutical University, Tokyo (R. Ikeda, T. Sugita)

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Postcontrast T1-weighted magnetic resononance image of the brain of a 44-year-old man with cerebral cryptococomma in Japan, 2007, showing a rim-enhancing lobulated mass (lower right) with surrounding edema in the left occipital lobe.

Figure. Postcontrast T1-weighted magnetic resononance image of the brain of a 44-year-old man with cerebral cryptococomma in Japan, 2007, showing a rim-enhancing lobulated mass (lower right) with surrounding edema in the left occipital lobe.

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