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|Title:||Growing incidence of cutaneous and ungual infections by non-dermatophyte fungi at Jabalpur (M.P.).|
|Citation:||Naidu J. Growing incidence of cutaneous and ungual infections by non-dermatophyte fungi at Jabalpur (M.P.). Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology. 1993 Apr; 36(2): 113-8|
|Abstract:||A random survey of skin and nail infections was done at Jabalpur (M.P.). Out of the 80 suspected cases 60 were culture positive. Out of these 25 were of dermatophyte infection followed by 21 cases of phaeohyphomycosis, 7 of aspergillosis, 4 of hyalohyphomycosis, 2 of mixed infection in which a non-dermatophyte was associated with a dermatophyte and 1 had yeast infection. Trichophyton rubrum was the only dermatophyte isolated. Among the non-dermatophyte infections cases of Alternaria chlamydospora, Cladosporium sphaero-spermum, Curvularia senegalensis, Chaetomium globosum, Scopulariopsis brumptii, Paecilomyces variotii and Aspergillus chevalieri are for the first time documented as etiologic agent of cutaneous and ungual mycosis from India.|
|Appears in Collections:||Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology|
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