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The growth of the yeast-like colonies shown in the upper image was obtained on blood agar from a skin culture only in the area overlaid by virgin olive oil. The lower image is a photomicrograph of a lactophenol blue mount made from a portion of the colony. The disease associated with this fungus is:

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