This review article will provide an introduction
to mucormycosis, a novel infection brought on by the
pervasive filamentous fungus belonging to the
Zygomycete class. Following candidiasis and
aspergillosis, mucormycosis has emerged as the most
common invasive mycosis in patients receiving
haematological and allogeneic stem cell transplants.
According to study, a black fungus infection can infect
human organs and travel throughout the body via the
Mucormycosis, Black Fungus, Monoclonal Antibodies, Immune-Compromised.