Author(s): Vannini P, Guadagni R, Palleschi GM, Difonzo EM, Panconesi E
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Abstract The authors describe two cases of tinea capitis in adults, one due to Microsporum canis and the other to Trichophyton rubrum. The atypical clinical presentation of the dermatophytosis in these two cases is stressed. It is hypothesized that in both cases the disease spread from primary lesion on the face.
This article was published in Mycopathologia
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