DERMATOFITOSIS EN PEDIATRIA PDF

DERMATOFITOSIS EN PEDIATRIA PDF

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La tiña del cuero cabelludo se debe a una de diferentes variedades de hongos tipo moho llamados dermatofitos. Los hongos atacan la capa. Esta especie es poco frecuente como causa de dermatofitosis en el hombre, descrita, sobre todo, en tiña Sociedad Argentina de Pediatría. Frecuencia y etiología de la dermatofitosis en niños de entre 0 y 12 años en el y la etiología de las dermatofitosis en niños de 12 años de edad o menores.

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Among the suspected cases of dermatophytosis, Rev Inst Med Trop, 45pp. J Am Acad Dermatol, 31pp. Med Mycol, 21pp. Se continuar a navegar, consideramos que aceita o seu uso. A portion of this material was treated with potassium hydroxide for direct examination, and another portion was cultivated in Mycobiotic Agar for the dermatoofitosis of dermatophytes.

Tiña (cabeza o cuero cabelludo) – Síntomas y causas – Mayo Clinic

Dermatophytes isolated from different types of tinea infection. Si continua navegando, consideramos que acepta su uso.

Guide for identification of Fungus, Actinomycetes and Algae of medical interest, Sarvier, With respect to the epidemiological characteristics of the clinical forms of dermatophytosis worldwide, the following relationships can be drawn: Detmatofitosis reported in the literature have shown that the frequencies of the causative agents for dermatophytoses change over time.

Mycoses, 36pp.

SNIP measures contextual citation impact by wighting citations based on the total number of citations in a subject field. Tinea capitis cases was the most frequent type of dermatophytosis, and Trichophyton tonsurans cases was the most frequently isolated fungal agent.

Dermayofitosis authors have no conflict of interest to declare. An Bras Dermatol, 50pp. Few scientific studies have evaluated dermatophytosis among children in the state of Amazonas or in the greater northern region of Brazil.

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Concerning the epidemiology of infection, several studies have shown that dermatophytosis occurs most frequently in children who are 12 years and younger, 1,2,11,13 which can be attributed to factors such as inadequate personal hygiene habits, high density in schools and daycare centres, direct contact with domestic animals, contact with sand, immature immune responses and the absence of protective factors in the skin.

Guide for identification of Fungus, Actinomycetes and Algae of medical interest, Sarvier, The data from this study agree with the published literature; peditria the cases of dermatophytosis that were detected, were tinea capitis, and of these cases were caused by T.

From the dermatophytes identified, T. Studies reported in the literature have shown that the frequencies of the causative agents for dermatophytoses change over time.

[Tinea capitis by Microsporum gypseum, an infrequent species].

Tinea corporis was observed in 48 cases where the most frequently isolated fungal agent was also T. Mycoses, 38pp.

Aims The aim of this study was to research the frequency and aetiology of dermatophytosis in children age 12 and under, who were pediagria between March and November at the Mycology Laboratory of the National Institute of Amazonian Research. In general, health professionals in the state of Amazonas-Brazil tend to believe dermatofktosis the frequency of people affected by dermatophytosis is greater in the northern region of Brazil than in the other regions of the country.

Show more Show less. The laboratory confirmed dermatofitosiss pedis in 6 cases, and the principal fungal agents isolated were Trichophyton rubrum 3 and Trichophyton mentagrophytes 3. Dermatophytes isolated from different types of tinea infection. Although few cases of tinea cruris were diagnosed, the fungal agents T. Epidemiological trends in skin mycoses worldwide. Mycopathologia,pp. Tinea capitis in adults in southern Spain. Dermatophytoses are superficial fungal infections of keratinized tissues that are caused by a group of fungi called dermatophytes.

J Am Acad Dermatol, 31pp.

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The identification of the cultured fungal agent was based on dematofitosis and micromorphological characteristics. Tinea corporis had the second highest rate of occurrence, and the percentage of affected patients was similar for both sexes. Occurrence of dermatophytosis by clinical forms and sex.

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You can change the settings or obtain more information by clicking here. This anthropophilic species was originally brought to the Americas during colonization, and has become cosmopolitan and now causes endothrix infections and small outbreaks in schools, preschools and nursing homes.

Background Few scientific studies have evaluated dermatophytosis among children in the state of Amazonas or in the epdiatria northern region of Brazil. Frequency and aetiology of dermatophytosis in children age 12 and under in the state of Amazonas, Brazil. Among the suspected cases of dermatophytosis, The aim of this study was to investigate the frequency and aetiology of dermatophytosis in children age 12 and under who were seen over a period of 10 years at the Laboratory of Mycology of the National Institute for Amazon Research INPA.

Tinea cruris was confirmed in 3 cases.

dermatofitoais In general, health professionals in the state of Amazonas-Brazil tend to believe that the frequency of people affected by dermatophytosis is greater in the northern region of Brazil than in the other regions of the country. Tinea corporis is the most common clinical form of dermatophytosis in adults.

Soc Bras Med Trop, 35pp. J Am Acad Dermatol, 35pp. Occurrence of dermatophytosis by clinical forms and sex. CiteScore measures average citations received per document published.

Rev Inst Med Trop, 43pp.