Efficacy of naftifine and Terbinafine in the treatment of various Dermatomycosis
Efficacy of synthetic antimycotics, used in the treatment of superficial dermatomycosis
, largely depends on the degree of lipophilicity of the compound as well as the properties of the ointment base, promoting a better release of the substance and its penetration into the deeper layers of the skin and its appendages to the site of localization of the pathogen.
diagnosis, voriconazole was empirically administered with a loading dose of 300 mg twice a day the first day, and subsequently 200 mg every 12 h for 30 days.
Prevalence of dermatomycosis
in a Brazilian tertiary care hospital.
In only 1 of the 13 cases presented did 90% of the dermatologists correctly categorize the case as either a dermatomycosis
or not, reported Ramsin Joseph Yadgar of George Washington University in Washington and colleagues.
The diseases covered throughout the lifetime of the STM-Journal (1925-50), by order of frequency, are: Group I: schistosomiasis (59) and malaria (38); Group II: filariasis (24), tuberculosis (18), uncinariasis (17), and sprue (17); Group III: leprosy (14) and dermatomycosis
(14); and Group IV: syphilis (11) and dysentery (10).
Occurrence of dermatomycosis
(ringworm) due to Trichophyton verrucosum in dairy calves and its spread to animal attendants.
Arthropod Bites/Stings Infectious Diseases Other Conditions Bee/Hornet/Wasp/ Dermatomycosis
Allergic/Chemical Yellow Jacket Contact dermatitides Scorpion Chagas Disease Autoimmune Vasculitides Centipede Boils/Furuncles Chemical Burns Tick Herpes Simples/Zoster Poison Ivy/Oak/Sumac Mosquito Impetigo Erythema Multiforme Reduviid bug Lyme Disease Lymphomatoid Papulosis Table 2: A short differential diagnosis of the neuromuscular manifestations of black widow envenomations.
1815 There have also been reports of autoinoculation of ear canal that result in otomycosis by patient with untreated dermatomycosis
Encephalitozoon cuniculi, Eimeria stiedae, Eimeria magna, Eimeria intestinalis, Eimeria irresidua, Eimeria flavescens, Eimeria piriformis, Toxoplasma gondii, Passalurus ambiguous, other helminths, parainfluenza virus 1, parainfluenza virus 2, reovirus, Psoroptes cuniculi, Cheyletiella parasitovorax, Leporacarus gibbus, and Dermatomycosis
in lower limbs of diabetic patients followed by pediatry.
in a jersey heifer: a case report.