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Appendix 1. Search strategies were carried out in Ovid MEDLINE and Ovid EMBASE. The search results were combined prior to screening.

1. exp mucorales/

2. exp zygomycosis/

3. mucor*.mp

4. zygomy*.mp

5. rhizopus.mp

6. rhizomucor.mp

7. Absidia.mp

8. Apophysomyces.mp

9. Cokeromyces.mp

10. Cunningha?mella.mp

11. Lichtheimia.mp

12. Saksenaea.mp

13. Syncephalastrum.mp

14. or/1-13

15. exp leukemia/

16. leukem*.mp

17. exp hematologic neoplasm/

18. exp leukemia, myeloid, acute/

19. acute adj1 leukemia.mp

20. chronic adj1 leukemia.mp

21. h?ematol* malignan*.mp

22. exp bone marrow transplantation/

23. bone marrow transplant*.mp

24. exp hematopoietic stem cell transplantation/

25. HSCT.mp

26. exp neutropenia/

27. neutrop?enia.mp

28. or/15-27

29. exp lung transplantation/ or exp heart transplantation/ or exp kidney transplantation/ or exp liver transplantation/ or exp organ transplantation/

30. lung transplant*.mp or heart transpant*.mp or kidney transplant*.mp or liver transplant*.mp

31. solid organ transplant*.mp

32. chronic lung disease.mp

33. COPD.mp

34. exp pulmonary disease, chronic obstructive/

35. pulmonary.mp

36. or/29 -35

37. exp “wounds and injuries”/

38. major trauma.mp or minor trauma.mp

39. traum* injur*.mp

40. exp burns/

41. exp surgical tape/

42. cutaneous.mp

43. exp injections/

44. tongue depressor?.mp

45. exp syringes/

46. exp infusions, intravenous/

47. exp injections, intravenous/

48. exp bandages/

49. intravenous lines.mp

50. iv lines.mp

51. exp catheters/

52. or/37-51

53. exp diabetes mellitus/

54. exp diabetic ketoacidosis/

55. exp hyperglycemia/

56. hyperglyc?emia.mp

57. diabet* ketoacidosis.mp

58. diabet*.mp

59. or/53-58

60. 28 or 36 or 52 or 59

61. exp microscopy/

62. calcofluor.mp or blankophor.mp or optical brightener.mp

63. fungal culture.mp

64. histopathology.mp

65. diagnos*.mp

66. diagnos* tool?.mp

67. fluorescent stain.mp

68. exp bronchoalveolar lavage/

69. exp silver staining/

70. exp “staining and labeling”

71. “h?ematoxylin and eosin”.mp

72. grocott methenamine silver.mp

73. acid shiff.mp

74. exp polymerase chain reaction/

75. exp tomography, X-Ray computed

76. CT scan.mp

77. exp X-Rays/

78. molecular diagnosis.mp

79. exp molecular diagnostic techniques/

80. or/61-79

81. exp amphotericin B/

82. amphotericin*.mp

83. liposomal amphotericin*.mp

84. ambisome.mp

85. amphotericin B lipid complex.mp

86. amphotericin adj1 lipid complex.mp

87. ABLC.mp

88. abelcet.mp

89. amphotericin B colloidal dispersion.mp

90. exp nystatin/

91. exp polyenes/

92. exp triazoles/

93. exp voriconazole/

94. voriconazole.mp

95. posaconazole.mp

96. isavuconazole.mp

97. itraconazole.mp

98. fluconazole.mp

99. ketoconazole.mp

100. miconazole.mp

101. exp echinocandins/

102. caspofungin.mp

103. anidulafungin.mp

104. micafungin.mp

105. or/81-104

106. deferasirox.mp

107. deferoxamine.mp

108. exp iron chelating agents/

109. or/106-108

110. exp debridement/

111. surgical resection.mp

112. surgical debridement.mp

113. surgery.mp

114. or/110-113

115. exp hyperbaric oxygenation/

116. hyperbaric o2*.mp

117. hyperbaric oxygen.mp

118. exp granulocyte colony-stimulating factor/

119. gcsf.mp

120. csf 3.mp

121. or/115-120

122. 105 or 109 or 114 or 121

123. 14 and 60 and (80 or 122)

124. limit 123 to (English language and humans)

Appendix 2. Lists of published case reports/ series included in the review.

1. Abbas Z, Jafri W, Rasool S, Abid S, Hameed I. Mucormycosis in patients with complicated cirrhosis. Singapore Med J 2007; 48: 69-73.

2. Abboud CS, Bergamasco MD, Baia CE, Lallee MP, Zan AS, Zamorano MM, et al. Case report of hepatic mucormycosis after liver transplantation: successful treatment with liposomal amphotericin B followed by posaconazole sequential therapy. Transplant Proc 2012; 44: 2501-2.

3. Abid H, Ammar J, Yengui F, Ayadi A, Mezni F, Mestiri T, et al. Successful treatment of pulmonary mucormycosis with combined medical and surgical approach. Respiratory Medicine Extra 2007; 3: 120-3.

4. Aboutanos MB, Joshi M, Scalea TM. Isolated pulmonary mucormycosis in a patient with multiple injuries: a case presentation and review of the literature. J Trauma 2003; 54: 1016-9.

5. Adegbola SO, Banerjee A, Mulcahy MP. Rhinocerebral mucormycosis. Br J Hosp Med (Lond) 2009; 70: 298-9.

6. Adriaenssens K, Jorens PG, Meuleman L, Jeuris W, Lambert J. A black necrotic skin lesion in an immunocompromised patient. Diagnosis: cutaneous mucormycosis. Arch Dermatol 2000; 136: 1165-70.

7. Agarwal R, Kumar V, Gupta D. Pulmonary mucormycosis: Two of a kind. Eur J Intern Med 2006; 17: 63-5.

8. Aggarwal D, Chander J, Janmeja AK, Katyal R. Pulmonary tuberculosis and mucormycosis co-infection in a diabetic patient. Lung India 2015; 32: 53-5.

9. Ahmed Y, Delaney S, Markarian A. Successful Isavuconazole therapy in a patient with acute invasive fungal rhinosinusitis and acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Am J Otolaryngol 2016; 37: 152-5.

10. Akhrass FA, Debiane L, Abdallah L, Best L, Mulanovich V, Rolston K, et al. Palatal mucormycosis in patients with hematologic malignancy and stem cell transplantation. Med Mycol 2011; 49: 400-5.

11. Al Maskari Z, Al Lawatia F. Post-renal transplant renopulmonary zygomycosis with vascular aneurysms responded to surgical treatment and salvage therapy with posaconazole after failure to respond to liposomal amphotericin. Am J Case Rep 2012; 13: 202-5.

12. Al-Otaibi AM, Al-Shahrani DA, Al-Idrissi EM, Al-Abdely HM. Invasive mucormycosis in chronic granulomatous disease. Saudi Med J 2016; 37: 567-9.

13. Al-Tarrah K, Abdelaty M, Behbahani A, Mokaddas E, Soliman H, Albader A. Cutaneous mucormycosis postcosmetic surgery. Medicine (Baltimore) 2016; 95: e4185.

14. Alexander BD, Schell WA, Siston AM, Rao CY, Bower WA, Balajee SA, et al. Fatal Apophysomyces elegans infection transmitted by deceased donor renal allografts. Am J Transplant 2010; 10: 2161-7.

15. Alkhunaizi AM, Amir AA, Al-Tawfiq JA. Invasive fungal infections in living unrelated renal transplantation. Transplant Proc 2005; 37: 3034-7.

16. Almaslamani M, Taj-Aldeen SJ, Garcia-Hermoso D, Dannaoui E, Alsoub H, Alkhal A. An increasing trend of cutaneous zygomycosis caused by Mycocladus corymbifer (formerly Absidia corymbifera): Report of two cases and review of primary cutaneous Mycocladus infections. Med Mycol 2009; 47: 532-8.

17. Alrefai AH, Berger JR, Saadeh RS. Against all odds: surviving rhino-orbital-cerebral mucormycosis: a case report. J NeuroVirol 2012; 18: 144-7.

18. Alseady A, Baharoon S. Acute cutaneous zygomycosis of the scalp: a case report and literature review. J Infect Public Health 2015; 8: 377-81.

19. Alsuhaibani A, Al-Thubaiti G, Al Badr F. Optic nerve thickening and infarction as the first evidence of orbital involvement with mucormycosis. Middle East Afr J Ophthalmol 2012; 19: 340-2.

20. Alsuwaida K. Primary cutaneous mucormycosis complicating the use of adhesive tape to secure the endotracheal tube. Can J Anaesth 2002; 49: 880-2.

21. Alvernia JE, Patel RN, Cai DZ, Dang N, Anderson DW, Melgar M. A successful combined endovascular and surgical treatment of a cranial base mucormycosis with an associated internal carotid artery pseudoaneurysm. Neurosurgery 2009; 65: 733-40.

22. Ameen M, Arenas R, Martinez-Luna E, Reyes M, Zacarias R. The emergence of mucormycosis as an important opportunistic fungal infection: five cases presenting to a tertiary referral center for mycology. Int J Dermatol 2007; 46: 380-4.

23. Anders UM, Taylor EJ, Martel JR, Martel JB. Acute orbital apex syndrome and rhino-orbito-cerebral mucormycosis. Int Med Case Rep J 2015; 8: 93-6.

24. Andresen D, Donaldson A, Choo L, Knox A, Klaasen M, Ursic C, et al. Multifocal cutaneous mucormycosis complicating polymicrobial wound infections in a tsunami survivor from Sri Lanka. Lancet 2005; 365: 876-8.

25. Andrews PA. Clinical picture: rhinocerebral mucormycosis. Lancet 2001; 357: 2084.

26. Antony SJ, Parikh MS, Ramirez R, Applebaum B, Friedman G, Do J. Gastrointestinal mucormycosis resulting in a catastrophic outcome in an immunocompetent patient. Infect Dis Rep 2015; 7: 60-5.

27. Anuradha K, Lakshmi V, Umabala P, Rao M. Pulmonary zygomycosis in a diabetic patient. Indian J Med Microbiol 2006; 24: 222-4.

28. Aoki T, Kamezaki K, Miyamoto T, Nagafuji K,Mori Y, Yamauchi T, et al. Cord blood stem cell transplantation in a patient with disseminated mucormycosis and acute myelogenous leukemia. Transpl Infect Dis 2010; 12: 277-9.

29. Aravindan A, Suranyi M, Saunders J, Yong J, Cleland B. A deadly thorn prick. Clin Kidney J 2013; 6: 334-7.

30. Arnaiz-Garcia ME, Alonso-Pena D, del Carmen Gonzalez-Vela M, Garcia-Palomo JD, Sanz-Gimenez-Rico JR, Arnaiz-Garcia AM. Cutaneous mucormycosis: report of five cases and review of the literature. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg 2009; 62: e434-41.

31. Arndt S, Aschendorff A, Echternach M, Daemmrich TD, Maier W. Rhino-orbital-cerebral mucormycosis and aspergillosis: Differential