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Archive » 2007 » 4 » | Archive » Medical field » Fields » Clinical Cases » Archive » Medical field » Fields » Dermatovenerology »

Tinea Capitis Superficialis

 
Abstract:

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Tinea capitis is one of the most common superficial fungal infections in children. A case of a ten-year-old boy with a superficial fungal scalp infection caused by Microsporum canis is presented. The authors discuss the clinical characteristics, differential diagnosis and possi­ble consequences of tinea capitis, and review the treatment possibilities.

Authors:
Starbek Zorko Mateja, Dolenc - Voljč Mateja, Dragoš Vlasta

Keywords:
tinea capitis - diagnosis - therapy, microsporum

Cite as:
Med Razgl. 2007; 46: 329–35.

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