- •Coinfection with two invasive molds, Fusarium and Lomentospora, is a rare phenomenon.
- •Invasive fungal infections are difficult to treat; high mortality is associated with host immune status.
- •Anchoring bias based on the initial diagnosis can delay the diagnosis of a coinfection.
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