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a contagious fungal infection of the scalp

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(21.) Tosteson AN, Melton LJ 3rd, Dawson-Hughes B, Baim S, Favus MJ, Khosia S, Lindsay RL; National Osteoporosis Foundation Guide Committee.
The commonest clinical type gray patch was observed in 71 (35.1%) of the patients, black dot in 63 (31.2%), kerion in 50 (24.8%), favus in 10 (5.0%), diffuse pustular in 6 (3.0%), and diffuse scale in 2 (1.0%) patients.
Document 5: Below is a photograph of immigrant children who arrived in America with favus, a skin disease of the scalp, and were treated in the hospitals on Ellis Island (image from Save Ellis Island, http://www.saveellisisland.org).
Murray Favus, M.D., of the University of Chicago (Ill.) said doctors must analyze the study population to determine whether the findings apply to any particular patient.
(13.) Reinhart SC, Norden AG, Lapsley M, Thakker RV, Pang J, Moses AM, Frymoyer PA, Favus MJ, Hoepner JA, Scheinman SJ.
Clinically, TC commonly presents with variable degrees of hair loss and scalp scaling, whereas typical kerion is uncommon and favus is rare.
The "white plague", caused by Thalassomonas loyana, infects 9 percent of Favia favus coral.
For this research, an isolate of aflatoxigenic Aspergillus favus mold separated from the pistachio was used and throughout all stages of isolate cultivation, subculture, or for the production of slant, the two medium MEA (Malt Extract Agar) and PDA (Potato Dextrose Agar) were used.
The US arm of agency broker Instinet has added Favus Institutional Research, an independent research provider that focuses on the healthcare industry, to its Instinet Access programme.
(9.) Tosteson ANA, Melton LJ, Dawson-Hughes B, Balm S, Favus MJ, Khosla S, Lindsay RL.
As Julius Marius Favus the jailor says "Valentine died for love yes...for my darling Julia.
200 600 1200 Thalassionema nitzschioides (Grunow) Mereschkowsky 1400 1200 Triceratium favus Ehrenberg 200 DINOFLAGELLATES Actiniscus pentasterias (Ehrenberg) Ehrenberg 200 Ceratium balechii Meave, Okolodkov & Zamudio 800 Ceratium furca (Ehrenberg) Claparede & J.