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64 Possible Causes for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, Microsporum, Pruritus

  • Tinea Pedis

    Microsporum duboisii Microsporum equinum Microsporum ferrugineum Microsporum fulvum Microsporum gallinae Microsporum gypseum Microsporum langeronii Microsporum nanum Microsporum[] Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) 2. Poorly controlled diabetes mellitus 3. Obesity 4. Age B. Local Factors 1. Trauma 2. Occlusive Clothing 3.[] Improvements in patient quality of life (pruritus) and patient preference were measured using the pruritus visual analog scale (VAS), Skindex-16, and patient preference questionnaires[]

  • Perianal Candidiasis

    Although these germs belong to different “families” (technically called genera, which include: Microsporum, Trichophyton, and Epidermophyton ) they can cause infections that[] […] virus (HIV)/ acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), malignancy Vulvovaginal/balanitis Pregnancy, diabetes, antibacterial therapy, HIV/AIDS, noncircumcised partner, malignancy[] Secondary Pruritus Local Irritation Local irritation is one of the main causes of pruritus ani.[]

  • Dermatomycosis

    The isolated species in this period were: Trichophyton (80.15%), Candida (12.69%) and Microsporum (4.76%) species.[] There are a plethora of dermatological diseases causing scaly, red patches and pruritus.[] Microsporum:  can be identified on scalp because of bright green appearance of infected hair with UV.[]

  • Seborrheic Dermatitis

    The fungus Microsporum gypseum can sometimes cause tinea capitis. This fungus is common in soil and may be transferred to humans by contact with infected animals.[] Cutaneous eruptions are commonly seen in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).[] Mean target lesion erythema, scaling, and pruritus scores improved by 2 units from baseline at all study visits; mean ISGA score improved by 1 unit at week 4 and by 2 units[]

  • Majocchi's Granuloma

    Microsporum gypseum is a geophilic fungus.[] We report a case of a Majocchi's granuloma caused by Aspergillus fumigatus in a patient with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.[] This preparation relieved the pruritus, but did not resolve the plaque. She had no personal or family history of psoriasis or atopic dermatitis.[]

  • Impetigo

    The mycologic studies found an uncommon dermatophyte agent, Microsporum gypseum. The main differential diagnosis of tinea faciei is discussed.[] Abnormalities of B-cell activation and immunoregulation in patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.[] Pruritus is common; scratching may spread infection, inoculating adjacent and nonadjacent skin. Diagnosis of impetigo and ecthyma is by characteristic appearance.[]

  • Candidiasis

    Dermatophytoses are caused by the agents of the genera Epidermophyton, Microsporum, and Trichophyton.[] Reports of systemic candidiasis are common in children with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and other immune deficiencies, as well as in very low birth weight premature[] The patient's history includes vulvar pruritus, vaginal discharge, dysuria, and dyspareunia.[]

  • Tinea Barbae

    Most of the reported cases are caused by one of the Trichophyta, usually Trichophyton mentagrophytes, but Microsporum lanosum is one of the organisms mentioned in the various[] Pagina 117 - Interferon-alpha with zidovudine: safety, tolerance, and clinical and virologic effects in patients with Kaposi sarcoma associated with the acquired immunodeficiency[] […] feet / soles Primary Lesions Plaque / erythemato-squamous Erythema Squames / scales Pathophysiology infectious diseases / fungal infections / tinea / tinea pedis Symptoms Pruritus[]

  • Folliculitis

    "Eosinophilic pustular folliculitis in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome".[] However, viruses such as herpes zoster, and fungi, such as Microsporum, or yeast organisms like Malassezia, may also cause folliculitis.[] RESULTS: Of 110 qualifying patients, more than 75% had acne that had recently been treated with antibiotics, and when recorded, 65% reported pruritus.[]

  • Bullous Impetigo

    The dermatophytoses Tinea verrucosum and Microsporum canis account for the majority of zoonotic dermatophyte infections, with M. canis accounting for 15 percent of all human[] Abnormalities of B-cell activation and immunoregulation in patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.[] Rarely, patients may report burning and pruritus. The diagnosis of impetigo is mostly based on the characteristic appearance of the lesions.[]

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