Tinea pseudoimbricata: tinea corporis
in a renal transplant recipient mimicking the concentric rings of tinea imbricata.
2] In India, the most commonly occurring clinical type of dermatophytoses include tinea corporis
(36-59%) and tinea cruris (12-27%).
gladiatorum presenting as a Majocchi granuloma.
Pathogenic molds are not unusually seen as an etiological agent in onychomycosis for example, and although less common, they are capable to cause Tinea corporis
Con relacion a la distribucion de las dermatofitosis segun localizacion y agente causal, se observo que la Tinea unguium (66,8%) fue la mas frecuente, seguida de Tinea pedis (16,4%), Tinea capitis (8,1%) y Tinea corporis
(5,2%); el 3,6% restante de las localizaciones de las tinas se distribuyo entre Tinea cruris (1,5%), Tinea manuum (1,1%) y Tinea faciei (1%) (Tabla I).
Luliconazole (Luzu), an azole anti-fungal, is a cream used for the treatment of tinea pedis, tinea cruris, and tinea corporis
is common among wrestlers and athletes who have close contact with each other, so it's called tinea corporis
tonsurans infection (the main causative agent of tinea capitis and tinea corporis
worldwide) primarily originated from abroad and was transmitted to the general community through athletes: wrestlers and martial arts participants in international sports.
According to IGI Laboratories Inc, the US Food and Drug Administration approved Econazole Nitrate Cream 1% is available in 15g, 30g, and 85g tubes and is indicated for the treatment of tinea pedis, tinea cruris, tinea corporis
, cutaneous candidiasis and tinea versicolor.
gypseum from 13 hospital dust samples and it causes tinea corporis
and tinea capitis in humans and is also reported from cats, dogs and rodents.
In group 1 eczematous dermatitis were followed by fungal infections, of which onychomycosis in 12 (30%) cases, tinea corporis
in 10 (25%) patients, tinea pedis in 8 (20%) patients, candidiasis in 5 (12.
Importance of Mycological Confirmation of Clinically Suspected Cases of Tinea Corporis
, Tinea Pedis and Tinea Cruris.
Alston SJ, Cohen BA, Braun M: Persistent and recurrent tinea corporis
in children treated with combination antifungal/corticosteroid agents.
, dermatophytosis of the body, can present on any area of the body (Figure 5-11).
In a randomized double-blind trial comparing newer and older therapies, 80 patients with tinea cruris or tinea corporis
were placed on once-daily 1% butenafine for 2 weeks or 1% clotrimazole b.