A survey of tinea capitis five years after treatment by x-ray epilation.


Microsporon ringworm infections of the scalp are at present relatively uncommon in this country; this applies particularly to M. audouinii infections. Wheq they do occur the most reliable treatment is still by total epilation with X-rays (Beare and Cheeseman, 195I), but some examples of M. canis infection are more conveniently treated in this way. A review… (More)


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