Overview Incidence Risk Factors Symptoms Evaluation Treatment questions for doctor specialist Home Care cough in adults cough in children pain and fever adults pain and fever children warning signs Outlook Complications Underlying Cause Transmission
- Weight loss
- Enlargement of liver
- Enlargement of spleen
- Lymph node swelling:
- Mouth or tongue lesions:
- Eye redness:
- Tenderness over the liver
Tests are necessary to make the diagnosis of histoplasmosis. A biopsy of infected tissue is necessary to confirm the diagnosis.
Tests that may be used to evaluate histoplasmosis include:
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PubMed Histoplasmosis References
- Cano MV, Hajjeh RA. The epidemiology of histoplasmosis: a review. Semin Respir Infect. 2001 Jun;16(2):109-18. 
- Wheat J. Histoplasmosis. Experience during outbreaks in Indianapolis and review of the literature. Medicine (Baltimore). 1997 Sep;76(5):339-54.