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A comparison between direct microscopy and culture in dermatological mycotic material



A comparison between direct microscopy and culture in dermatological mycotic material



Mykosen 24(9): 555-560



Patients (100) with a variety of dermatological diagnoses were investigated for pathogenic fungi. A comparison between direct microscopy and culture was done. Staining methods and culture medium are described. The correlation between direct microscopy and culture was .apprx. 90%.

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