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Kerion Celsi (suppurative tinea)

, : Kerion Celsi (suppurative tinea). Therapeutische Umschau 41(6): 392-396

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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