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Fungal infections may be caused by a number of agents, but those that affect only the outer layers of skin are usually not considered dangerous to humans, though they are not always simple to cure. Some fungal infections, however, such as sporotrichosis and cryptococcosis may attack deeper layers of the integument, as well as internal organs, often resulting in fatal consequences.

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