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41. A Molecular Epidemiological Survey of Clinically Important Dermatophytes in Iran Based on Specific RFLP Profiles of Beta-tubulin Gene (Full text)

capitis (3%) and tinea barbae (0.16%), respectively. Trichophyton interdigitale ranked the first, followed by T. rubrum, Epidermophyton floccosum, Microsporum canis, T. tonsurans, T. erinacei and T. violaceum (each 0.49%) and the less frequent species were T. schoenleinii, M. gypseum and T.anamorph of Arthroderma benhamiae (each 0.16%). A case of scalp infection by E. floccosum was an exceptional event in the study. No case of T. verrucosum was found.Trichophyton species and E. floccosum are yet (...) patients in Tehran, Isfahan, Mazandaran and Guilan provinces. The isolates were identified using macro/micro-morphological criteria and electrophoretic patterns of PCR amplicons of BT2after digestion with each of the restriction enzymes FatI, HpyCH4V, MwoI and Alw21I.Among the patients, 59.2% were male and 40.8% female. The most prevalent clinical form was tinea pedis (42.4%), followed by tinea cruris (24.2%), tinea unguium (12.3%), tinea corporis (10.8%), tinea faciei (4%), tinea manuum (3.14%), tinea

2013 Iranian journal of public health PubMed abstract

42. Alopecia areata (Full text)

at the circumference of the head. The disease may be limited only to the beard, in which case it is called alopecia areata barbae. If the person loses all the hair on the scalp, the disease is then called . If all body hair, including , is lost, the diagnosis then becomes . Alopecia areata totalis and universalis are rare. Treatment [ ] The objective assessment of treatment efficacy is very difficult and spontaneous remission is unpredictable, but if the affected area is patched, the hair may regrow spontaneously (...) hair growth in three individuals with long-standing and severe disease. The medicine costs almost USD $10,000 a month. History [ ] Alopecia areata and alopecia barbae have been identified by some as the biblical nethek condition that is part of the greater tzaraath family of skin disorders; the said disorders are purported to being discussed in the , chapter thirteen. See also [ ] References [ ] ^ . NORD (National Organization for Rare Disorders) . 2004. from the original on 21 February 2017

2012 Wikipedia PubMed abstract

43. List of cutaneous conditions

, phaeosporotrichosis, verrucous dermatitis) (California disease, desert rheumatism, San Joaquin Valley fever, valley fever) (coccidioidal granuloma) (majocchi granuloma) (cave disease, Darling's disease, Ohio Valley disease, reticuloendotheliosis) (keloidal blastomycosis, lacaziosis, Lobo's disease) (Madura foot, maduromycosis) (blastomycetic dermatitis, blastomycosis, Gilchrist's disease) (dermatophytic onychomycosis, ringworm of the nail, tinea unguium) (thrush) (angular cheilitis) (trichosporosis) (Brazilian (...) blastomycosis, paracoccidioidal granuloma, paracoccidioidomycosis) (rose-gardener's disease) (barber's itch, ringworm of the beard, tinea sycosis) (herpes tonsurans, ringworm of the hair, ringworm of the scalp, scalp ringworm, tinea tonsurans) (ringworm, tinea circinata, tinea glabrosa) (crotch itch, eczema marginatum, gym itch, jock itch, ringworm of the groin) ( tokelau ) (superficial phaeohyphomycosis, tinea nigra palmaris et plantaris) (athlete's foot, ringworm of the foot) (dermatomycosis furfuracea

2012 Wikipedia

44. A Dose-Ranging Study Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy of IDP-108 in Patients With Onychomycosis

for Study: All Accepts Healthy Volunteers: No Criteria Inclusion Criteria: Presence of onychomycosis of the target toenail A positive fungal culture from the target toenail Exclusion Criteria: Any disease or condition that might cause nail abnormalities or may interfere with clinical evaluations Presence of tinea pedis (athletes foot) Female subjects who are pregnant, nursing, planning a pregnancy, or become pregnant during the study Contacts and Locations Go to Information from the National Library (...) 06726 Instituto Dermatólogico de Jalisco "Dr. Jose Barba Rubio" Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, CP45190 Hospital Dr. Ángel Leaño Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico, CP45200 MIRC/OCA Hospital Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, CP64000 Centro de Dermatología de Monterrey Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, CP64460 Hospital Universitario "José E. González" Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, CP64460 Unidad de Investigación en Salud Chihuahua, Mexico, CP31205 Hospital Ignacio Morones Prieto SLP San Luis Potosí, Mexico, CP 78240

2008 Clinical Trials

45. Treatment of Mild to Moderate Distal Subungual Onychomycosis of the Toenail

Principal Investigator: Alicia Barba, MD International Dermatology Research Principal Investigator: Alicia Bucko, DO Academic Dermatology Associates Principal Investigator: Richard Pollak, DPM, MS Endeavor Clinical Trials, PA Principal Investigator: Michael Jarratt, MD Derm Research, PLLC Principal Investigator: Terry Jones, MD J & S Studies, Inc. Principal Investigator: Robert Kaylor, DPM Welborne Clinic Principal Investigator: Steven Kempers, MD Minnesota Clinical Study Center Principal Investigator (...) 2013 Keywords provided by NanoBio Corporation: chronic persistent infection of the nail bed or plate Additional relevant MeSH terms: Layout table for MeSH terms Onychomycosis Tinea Dermatomycoses Skin Diseases, Infectious Infection Mycoses Nail Diseases Skin Diseases

2007 Clinical Trials

46. Dermatophytosis

. The most common organisms are: Trichophytons rubrum , Trichophytons tonsurans , Trichophytons interdigitale and Trichophytons mentagrophytes . Microsporum canis . Epidermophyton floccosum . Clinical classification is according to site: Scalp - tinea capitis. Feet - tinea pedis. Hands - tinea manuum. Nail - tinea unguium (or onychomycosis). Beard area - tinea barbae. Groin - tinea cruris. Body including trunk and arms - tinea corporis. Epidemiology Infection is very common all over the world. Some types (...) are more common than others, with tinea pedis being most common in adults and tinea capitis the most common in children. Onychomycosis is also extremely common. The Royal College of General Practitioner's Birmingham Research Unit reported an annual incidence of dermatomycosis of 16 per 10,000 persons (age standardised). [ ] A survey of 15,333 dermatophytes obtained from a UK reference laboratory from 1980 through 2005 found that the relative frequencies of isolations of M. canis (cat and dog ringworm

2008 Mentor

47. Folliculitis

, neck, chin and face, affecting younger patients. Other fungal folliculitis: Due to Candida spp. and Trichophyton spp. Commonly in men, as tinea barbae in the beard area. May also be caused by contact with dogs/cattle/other animals. Resembles bacterial infection but may have a clearly demarcated flaking edge of confluent erythema. Herpetic folliculitis due to (HSV); often in men who shave near oral cold sore lesions. Immune system: Eosinophilic pustular folliculitis; sterile and intensely itchy

2008 Mentor

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