A mould, M. furfur, M. globosa, M. obtusa, M. pachydermatis, M. restricta, M. slooffiae, M. sympodialis. Looks like spaghetti and meatballs on a strain.
Part of the normal skin, they love lipid (don't we all. mmmmmmmmm fat) and can be found in infections associated with iv lipid.
Pityriasis versicolor, folliculitis and seborrheic dermatitis in normal hosts; intravenous catheter infections in the abnormal hosts, esp with intralipid.
In disseminated disease and line infections, pull the line and use amphotericin B OR itraconazole. Maybe. It is often resistant to amphotericin and the best bet may be posaconazole or voriconazole, depending in how susceptibility is determined (PubMed).
I try to avoid ketoconazole due to increased hepatotoxicity.