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Year : 1985  |  Volume : 51  |  Issue : 6  |  Page : 328--331

Pattern of Dermatophytoses in and Around Varanasi



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Four hundered cases of dermatophytoses confirmed microscopically, were analysed. it was more common in 11 to 20 years age group mid males. Females acquired tinea corporis more commonly. Tinea cruris was more frequent in males. Ma3dmum cases were of tinea cruris followed by tinea cruris et corpmis and tinea corporis in that order. the isolation rate on culture was 70.75%. The relative incidence of Trichophyton rubrum was maximum and it was found in all clinical entities.






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