Madurella



Madurella Mad·u·rel·la (mād’ə-rěl’ə, mād’yə-)
n.
A genus of the Fungi Imperfecti that includes a number of species that cause maduromycosis and two species, M. grisea and M. mycetomi, that cause mycetoma.

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