Mucormycosis, also called zygomycosis, is a potentially fatal fungal illness caused by a class of molds known as mucormycetes. These fungi may be found anywhere. They are found in soil and decaying organic substances like rotting wood, compost heaps, and leaves.
Moreover, mucormycosis is spread when humans come into contact with fungal spores in the surroundings. Infections of the lungs or sinuses, for example, might arise after inhaling spores. Some kinds of mucormycosis are more frequent in people with health problems or who use drugs that weaken the body’s ability to fight sickness and germs.
It is critical to get treatment. This condition may be fatal if left untreated.