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DERMATOPHYTOSIS OF CHILDREN IN KUWAIT: A PROSPECTIVE SURVEY
Background. Tinea capitis in children is widely reported, whereas there have been only isolated reports on involvement of sites other than the scalp. The purpose of this study was to examine theExpand
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Trichosporosis of the Hairs of the Scalp in Kuwait/Kopfhaar‐Trichosporose in Kuwait
Summary: The authors report two cases of trichosporosis of the hairs of the scalp affecting young females and successfully treated with clotrimazole cream and lotion 1%. This is the first report fromExpand
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[Chloracne, porphyria cutanea tarda, and other poisonings due to the herbicides].
In 80 industrial workers producing herbicides (2,4,5-trichlorphenoxyaceticacidsodium and sodiumpentachlorphenolate) in Czechoslovakia the following signs of intoxication caused byExpand
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Pityriasis versicolor—Epidemiological and Therapeutical Study
Summary: Seventy‐six patients with extensive pityriasis versicolor were divided into 3 groups and treated orally with ketoconazole, 200 mg daily, for 10, 20 or 30 days respectively. 50 patients outExpand
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Trichosporosis (white piedra) in Kuwait.
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[CURRENT TREATMENT OF ONYCHOMYCOSIS].
  • K. Kubec
  • Medicine
  • Ceskoslovenska dermatologie
  • 1 September 1964
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Primary Skin Actinomycosis of the Lower Limb
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