J Q De Rosso

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The availability of the oral triazole agents itraconazole and fluconazole has revolutionized antifungal therapy. Although there are still some limitations and treatment failures, these agents have allowed for improved efficacy, increased safety, reduced morbidity, decreased mortality from systemic fungal disease, and a shift toward increased outpatient(More)
Onychomycosis is less common in children than in adults. When onychomycosis is suspected, appropriate mycologic tests should be carried out for confirmation. Tinea pedis may be associated with onychomycosis. Family members also may have onychomycosis or tinea pedis. Oral antifungal therapy is required, particularly when the extent of onychomycosis is(More)
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