Mycotic disease that is transmitted by inhalation of spores. Grows in soil around poultry houses, areas harboring bats, caves, beneath blackbird rossts. The fungus grows in soil enriched with droppings producing spores that can become airborne if the soil is distrubed. Symptoms of histoplasmosis mild respiratory infection that , once recovered, individuals become shoewhat resistant. In certain individuals an acute disseminated form may occur and result in death.
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SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN: 877-782-6667
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