Invasive filamentous fungal infections (aspergillosis, scedosporiosis, mucormycosis, fusarium wilt) are frequent and serious in immunocompromised individuals and especially in organ transplant patients. There is little recent data in liver transplantation, especially on the incidence and risk factors of fungal infections
• Age ≥18 years old
• Subject with liver transplantation in one of the centers participating in the study
• Invasive fungal infection with filamentous fungus between 2007-2021
• Proven or probable infection with filamentous fungi according to the EORTC / MSGERC criteria
• Subject not having expressed, after information, his opposition to the reuse of his data for scientific research purposes.
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