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Systemic mycoses and parasitic diseases


, : Systemic mycoses and parasitic diseases. Dermatologic Clinics 7(2): 193-401

This collection of papers covers subcutaneous and systemic mycoses and the major parasitic diseases, all of interest to the dermatologist.

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Perez, A., 1999: Terbinafine Broad new spectrum of indications in several subcutaneous and systemic mycoses and parasitic diseases. Mycoses 42(3): 150-151

Meinhof, W., 1977: Systemic mycoses. 6: Mycetoma; unusual systemic mycoses due to dermatophytes, due to yeasts, (trichosporosis), due to moulds (pulmonary mycoses, lymphatic and septic mycoses). Fortschritte der Medizin 95(11): 701-706

Meinhof, W., 1977: Systemic mycoses. 5. Systemic mycoses caused by moulds (phycomycoses, synonym: zygomycoses; mycoses due to fungi with pigment mycelium: Dematiaceae. Fortschritte der Medizin 95(7): 401-405

Meinhof, W., 1977: Systemic mycoses. Part 7: Mycoses in burn patients, mycoses from non-culturable organisms, pseudo-mycoses. Fortschritte der Medizin 95(12): 771-774

Meinhof, W., 1976: Systemic mycoses. 2. Systemic mycoses caused by dimorphous fungi (African histoplasmosis, blastomycosis, paracoccidioidomycosis,, sporotrichosis). Fortschritte der Medizin 94(26): 1392-1394

Jolivet, G., 1975: Internal and external parasitic diseases other than mycoses. Brief accounts are given of some parasites of dogs and cats which are transmissible to man. These include Toxocara canis, hookworms, Dipylidium caninum and Echinococcus granulosus.

Gemeinhardt H., 1989: Endomycoses mucous membrane mycoses organ mycoses and systemic mycoses. This monograph should serve as a valuable reference work for clinicians and physicians interested in infectious diseases caused by fungi. It defines as endomycoses all internal mycoses of endogenous or exogenous origin, excluding dermatomycoses an...

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Shibuya, T., 1988: Colitis--recent trends and countermeasures. Mycoses, protozoan and parasitic diseases. Nihon Rinsho. Japanese Journal of Clinical Medicine 46(2): 262-267