Isolation and diagnosis of some fungi from the staff at the maintenance center of the manuscripts in the threshold of Husseiniya holy and impact of sensitivity
journal of kerbala university,
2018, Volume 14, Issue 1, Pages 137-151
AbstractA total of 242 isolates fungi were that take from the mouth, nose and ulcers of the center for the maintenance and restoration of manuscripts and the library. The total number of mouth, nose and ulcers was 82, 87 and 73, respectively. Nose recorded the highest percentage of fungal numbers 36%, followed by mouth 33.9% and lowest percentage 30.2%. The superiority of fungus Aspergillus with 64.6% of isolates. A.niger recorded the highest percentage of 39% and 37% of the mouth and nose, respectively , it also recorded the highest frequency of 29.85% and 24.68% of mouth and nose, respectively. , And the samples taken from the same workers Yeast recorded the highest percentage of the Occurance of 43%. And the highest percentage of frequency of 33.85%. The distribution density coefficient of fungi isolated from the mouth, nose, and ulcer derived from the workers A.flavus, Yeast, A. niger, were the most intensive in distribution respectively.
Some of the 51 male workers were aged 22-36 years, 31 (60.8%) were previously allergic and 20 (39.2%) had no previous allergic reactions. The nasal sinuses were ranked first at frequency 36 followed by asthma and skin sensitivity at a frequency of 31 for both.
The results showed that 17 (33.3%) participants were normal and did not suffer any lung function problems despite the presence of clinical symptoms diagnosed by the specialist doctor.
The results showed that the ratio of eosonophyl count and IGE titter of the workers was different. The results of the X-rays of the participants who were referred to the radiation showed no satisfactory symptoms, confirming the role of fungi in their sensitivity
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