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Human infections with Microsporum gypseum in Japan



Human infections with Microsporum gypseum in Japan



Mykosen 26(7): 337-345



Data from 271 cases of M. gypseum infection reported in the literature from Japan during 1931-80 are analysed, with reference to geographical distribution, sex and age incidence, clinical form and site of lesions.

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