tinea pedis

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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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The correct answer here is treatment of concurrent tinea pedis infection.
Inguinal bolgede en buyugu yaklasik 3 cm olan iki adet lenfadenopati palpe edildi, her iki ayakta tinea pedis ve onikomikozu mevcuttu.
Efficacy signals were evaluated at day 42 for tinea pedis and week 52 for onychomycosis (athletes foot).
Drug discovery company Blueberry Therapeutics Limited disclosed on Wednesday that the Phase I/II trial of BB2603 in 46 patients with both onychomycosis (fungal nail infection) and concomitant tinea pedis (athletes foot) has successfully met both its primary and secondary primary endpoints.
Underlying conditions such as tinea pedis (athlete's foot), nail damage and nail psoriasis may contribute to the risk of onychomycosis, as well as advanced age.
Dermatophytid reactions occur in up to 5% of all dermatophyte infections (most commonly tinea pedis) and are proposed to be type IV hypersensitivity reactions to the release of fungal antigens.
KAUAI, HAWAII -- Two keys to effective topical treatment of onychomycosis are treat it early and address coexisting tinea pedis, according to Theodore Rosen, MD.
Clinical Types Number % 1 Tinea corporis 46 40.0 2 Mixed pattern 35 30.4 3 Tinea cruris 18 15.8 4 Tinea manuum 7 6.1 5 Tinea faciei 5 4.3 6 Tinea barbae 2 1.7 7 Tinea pedis 2 1.7 Total 115 100 Table 2.
Talel Badri [1] for his comments and suggestions on the article "Prevalence, Etiology, and Risk Factors of Tinea Pedis and Tinea Unguium in Tunisia" [2].
Most common clinical presentation was tinea corporis (70.9%) followed by tinea cruris (17.7%), tinea pedis (12.8%), tinea unguium (10.7%), tinea manuum (8.7%), tinea capitis (5.3%) and least number of patients were in tinea faciei (4.7%) group.