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129 Possible Causes for Granulomas, Microsporum

  • Dermatomycosis

    The isolated species in this period were: Trichophyton (80.15%), Candida (12.69%) and Microsporum (4.76%) species.[] Systemic therapy is needed when the infection involves hair follicles, such as Majocchi granuloma.[] Deep dermatophytoses in association with atopy and diabetes mellitus: Majocchi's granuloma tricophyticum or dermatophytic pseudomycetoma.[]

  • Majocchi's Granuloma

    Microsporum gypseum is a geophilic fungus.[] , Microsporum gypseum, Microsporum canis and Epidermophyton floccosum.1,4 In immunocompetent patients, clinical findings are typically characterized by a localized area with[] We report a rare case of superficial perifollicular form of Majocchi's granuloma, caused by Trichophyton rubrum on the scrotal skin of a healthy man.[]

  • Deep Dermatophytosis

    Culture in Sabouraud revealed growth of colonies identified as Microsporum canis.[] This unusual presentation was first described in 1883, Domenico Majocchi (1849-1929), which he termed granuloma tricofitico.[] […] to Index of Diseases and Injuries The code 110.6 has the following ICD-9-CM references to the Index of Diseases and Injuries Dermatophytosis (Epidermophyton) (infection) (microsporum[]

  • Tinea Corporis

    Microsporum canis is a communicable pathogen.[] We report a patient who developed tinea corporis with Majocchi's granuloma from T. tonsurans infection.[] Microsporum gypseum is a geophilic dermatophyte that colonises keratinous substances in the soil. Fur-bearing animals carry this dermatophyte but are rarely infected.[]

  • Tinea Pedis

    Microsporum duboisii Microsporum equinum Microsporum ferrugineum Microsporum fulvum Microsporum gallinae Microsporum gypseum Microsporum langeronii Microsporum nanum Microsporum[] Recalcitrant trichophytic granuloma associated with NK-cell deficiency in a SLE patient treated with corticosteroid.[] Microsporum gypseum was the only agent identified in the environmental samples, and was also found in one of the cases of tinea pedis.[]

  • Tinea barbae and Tinea capitis

    […] audouinii Tinea due to Microsporum canis Tinea due to Microsporum distortum Tinea due to Microsporum equinum Tinea due to Microsporum ferrugineum Tinea due to Microsporum[] A, B: Tinea is one of several conditions (granuloma annulare, nummular eczema) that produces circular lesions.[] […] usually due to Trichophyton, Microsporum and Epidermophyton ( Am Fam Physician 2008;77:1415 ) Kerion celsi: superimposed bacterial folliculitis on tinea of scalp Majocchi granuloma[]

  • Tinea Capitis Profunda

    Thus, some atypical and unusual variations of tinea capitis due to Microsporum (M.) species are presented regarding the clinical pattern.[] Isa-Isa R, Arenas R, Isa M (2010) Inflammatory tinea capitis: kerion, dermatophytic granuloma and mycetoma. Clin Dermatol 28: 133-136.[] Introduction Kerion celsi is a type of tinea capitis often caused by the zoophilic dermatophyte Microsporum canis [ 1, 2 ].[]

  • Tinea Capitis

    Tinea capitis caused by Microsporum audouinii is reported herein from two Brazilian schoolchildren, which are brothers.[] Facts : Fungal scalp infection Mainly affects children Might have inflamed, boggy granuloma of scalp (kerion) Diagnosis : If hair fluoresces under Wood's lamp, then Mircosporum[] A, B: Tinea is one of several conditions (granuloma annulare, nummular eczema) that produces circular lesions.[]

  • Laryngeal Granuloma

    Microsporum gypseum is a geophilic fungus.[] Laryngeal granuloma is an uncommon complication arising from irritation of the laryngeal structures.[] SIGNIFICANCE: Percutaneous botulinum toxin injection is helpful in resolving laryngeal granulomas.[]

  • Tinea Imbricata

    (Dorland, 27th ed) Microsporum A mitosporic Oxygenales fungal genus causing various diseases of the skin and hair.[] In acute presentation in can be confused with secondary syphilis, granuloma annulare and erythema annulare centrifugum.[] Majocchi granuloma often occurs in females who shave their legs.[]

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