tinea pedis

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Related to tinea pedis: tinea capitis, Tinea manuum

tinea ped·is

[New Latin : Medieval Latin tinea, tinea + Latin pedis, genitive of pēs, foot.]
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Noun1.tinea pedis - fungal infection of the feettinea pedis - fungal infection of the feet  
ringworm, roundworm, tinea - infections of the skin or nails caused by fungi and appearing as itching circular patches
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A Wood's lamp exam can quickly differentiate between the 2,1 as tinea pedis does not fluoresce under ultraviolet light.
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A prospective epidemiological study on tinea pedis and onychomycosis in Hong Kong.
tinea corporis (the trunk, shoulders or limbs), tinea cruris (the warm moist areas of the groin, perianal and perineal areas), tinea faciei (the non-hairy areas of the face), tinea pedis (the feet), tinea unguium (the nails) and tinea capitis (the scalp).
Concomitant fungal skin infections, most commonly tinea pedis, were present in 42.
Also, in 1984, Lotrisone was approved by the FDA for treating tinea corporis, tinea pedis, and tinea cruris in patients older than 12 years.
Novan is developing the product as a broad-spectrum antifungal gel to treat superficial cutaneous fungal infections of the skin and nails such as tinea pedis and onychomycosis.
The medical condition Tinea Pedis is better known by what name?
Wet, sodden feet encourage tinea pedis in toe clefts and the skin of the foot.
In our study, we aimed to assess onychomycosis and/or tinea pedis frequency in diabetic patients, and effects on the development of chronic complications, particularly foot ulcer.
Diabetic patients may benefit from concomitant treatment of onychomycosis and interdigital tinea pedis given the increased risk of cellulitis in this population.
In a study in Hamedan, it was concluded that Tinea Faciei (Face Fungus/Tinea) had got the fifth place after the other frequent cases such as Tinea Cruris (Groin), Tinea Corporis (Body), Tinea Unguium (Nails) and Tinea Pedis (Feet) (Aghamirian et al, 2007).