Microsporum audouinii: Re-Emergence of Ringworm Due to the Dermatophyte.
Microsporum audouinii: Re-Emergence of Ringworm Due to the Dermatophyte. Actas Dermosifiliogr. 2019 May 29;: Authors: Lozano-Masdemont B, Carrasco-Fernández B, Polimón-Olabarrieta I, Durán-Valle MT PMID: 31153545 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
[Ghanaian Times] Tinea appears to be common, so this piece will dwell on Tinea capitis. I will draw on materials from "Management of tinea capitis in childhood" by Bennassar et al published in Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology 12 July 2010 and Medscape.
We report two atypical cases of tinea due to T. tonsurans in two children: a case of extensive tinea corporis and a case of inflammatory tinea capitis. PMID: 32901593 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Publication date: Available online 28 August 2020Source: Journal de Mycologie MédicaleAuthor(s): H. Kheffache, N. Seklaoui, J.P. Bouchara, N. Boukhemza-Zemmouri, M. Boukhemza
Maha Lahouel, Sana Mokni, Hamed Chouaieb, Mohamed DenguezliInternational Journal of Trichology 2020 12(3):118-120 Tinea capitis (TC) is a common infectious disease throughout the world, mainly seen in children, but it can occur in adults. Even if mycological examination is essential to confirm the diagnosis, it has been proved that trichoscopy is a very effective useful tool in the screening of TC. Herein, we report two cases of adult TC with atypical clinical presentations causing a diagnostic delay of several years.
Anuja Yadav, Taru Garg, Barnita Saha, Ram Chander, Anita NangiaInternational Journal of Trichology 2020 12(3):144-145
ConclusionFinally, our study revealed that the terbinafine resistance phenomenon might not be acquired by exposure to the drug but can be intrinsic. This is evidenced by the description of the terbinafine-resistant strains isolated from the asymptomatic animals.
[Occupational Trichophyton verrucosum infection in a cattle farmer]. Hautarzt. 2020 Jul 27;: Authors: Schumny U, Wiegand C, Hipler UC, Darr-Foit S, Peckruhn M, Uhrlaß S, Nenoff P, Elsner P Abstract Ringworm in cattle may cause an occupational skin disease in humans. Trichophyton verrucosum lead to a highly inflammatory fungal skin infection that is often misdiagnosed as bacterial disease and consequently mistreated with antibiotics. To establish the correct diagnosis, it is necessary to collect skin scales; in addition, a skin biopsy can be helpful. Deep dermatophyte infections by ...
Publication date: Available online 25 July 2020Source: Journal de Mycologie MédicaleAuthor(s): Sarah Norrenberg