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Kerion Celsi (suppurative tinea)


Therapeutische Umschau 41(6): 392-396
Kerion Celsi (suppurative tinea)
The clinical course and treatment of the disease, caused by zoophilic Trichophyton spp. (most frequently T. verrucosum in rural and T. mentagrophytes in urban areas), are reviewed.

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