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Cutaneous fungal infections associated with prolonged treatment in humidified oxygen hoods

Cutaneous fungal infections associated with prolonged treatment in humidified oxygen hoods

Pediatric Dermatology 4(4): 346-346

Cases are briefly reported in two 6-month-old boys who developed facial Malassezia furfur infections following prolonged treatment in humidified oxygen hoods. A similar case is reported in a 4-month-old boy who developed a Candida albicans infection on his scalp.

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Accession: 001790746

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PMID: 3444787

DOI: 10.1111/j.1525-1470.1987.tb00807.x

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