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Epidermophytosis

Known as: Epidermophytoses 
National Institutes of Health

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Review
1963
Review
1963
Granulomatous skin lesions associated with chronic infection byCandida albicansare manifestations of a rare and severe form of… 
1954
1954
The following report deals with a case of monilial granulomas and superficial moniliasis due to Candida albicans, together with… 
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1952
1952
Dermatoses of the feet are troublesome and rather common. They range from mild fissuring between the toes to severe vesiculation… 
1949
1949
  • J. Curry
  • The British journal of dermatology and syphilis
  • 1949
  • Corpus ID: 28620319
all the points on which the accepted theories of vesicle formation in czema have been based. Although not a primar… 
1940
1940
Clrcular and about one and a half inches in diameter and the other slightly larger and irregular in outline extending to the… 
1937
1937
This report deals with observations on three brothers, all of whom suffered from epidermophytosis and one of whom (case 1… 
1935
1935
Prior to the appearance of our paper 1 on ringworm of the hands and feet, the acrodermatoses were usually diagnosed in this… 
1931
1931
Ringworm of the feet is a fungus (mold or vegetable organism) infection usually found between the toes or about the nails. It is… 
1931
1931
No originality is claimed for the idea of fumigation, as this procedure has doubtless been used on numerous occasions to achieve…