Dystrophic onychomycosis due to Microsporum gypseum.


A case of onychomycosis with nail dystrophy due to Microsporum gypseum in a healthy 35-year-old woman is described. The infection had a 2-year history, occurring in the site of a nail trauma sustained in a fall from a horse. Diagnosis was based on mycological examination (direct microscope observation and culture). Clinical and mycological recovery was… (More)


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@article{Romano2006DystrophicOD, title={Dystrophic onychomycosis due to Microsporum gypseum.}, author={Clara Romano and Alberto Ghilardi and Michele Fimiani}, journal={Mycoses}, year={2006}, volume={49 4}, pages={335-7} }