True about Rhinosporidium seeberi, except-
|A||Present in coastal India|
|B||On SDA, branching septate hyphae seen|
|C||Histopathology of polyps shows sporangia with endospores|
|D||Most common site of polyps is nasal mucosa|
a. Rhinosporidium seeberi is a non cultivable fungus which causes rhinosporidiosis.
b. This disease is characterized by polyps most often in the nasal mucosa. It is mostly reported from people living in coastal areas.
c. Levy and Colleagues cultured R. seeberi from canine polyp using human rectal tumor cells lines at 34oC in humidified air with 5% CO2.
d. Another non cultivable fungus is Lacazia loboi, the causative agent of lobomycosis.