| ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
|Year : 1985 | Volume
| Issue : 1 | Page : 40--41
A clinico-mycological study of tinea pedis in North-Eastern India
C Ramanan, Gurmoban Singh, Paramjit Kaur
A total of 2306 patients were examined for ' the clinical evidence of tinea pedis. Only 52 of these were found to suffer from this condition. Trichophyton rubrum was the commonest (47.6%) isolate and it produced predominantly non-inflammatory scaly lesions. T mentagrophytes was the next commonest (21.4%) agent: it was responsible for most of the macerated lesions.
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