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Malassezia furfur: a fungus belonging to the physiological skin flora and its relevance in skin disorders

, : Malassezia furfur: a fungus belonging to the physiological skin flora and its relevance in skin disorders. Cutis 59(1): 21-24

The relationship between M. furfur and normal skin flora, and the clinical appearance and treatment of pityriasis versicolor are discussed.

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