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>Journals >Revista Latinoamericana de Infectología Pediátrica >Year 2017, Issue 2

Conejo FA, Martínez-Roig A, Ramírez BO, Alvez GF, Hernández HA, Baquero-Artigao F, Alfayate DS, Piñeiro PR, Cilleruelo OMJ, Moraga LFA, de Lucas GR, Calvo RC
Extract from the «SEIP-AEPap-SEPEAP consensus document on the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of fungal skin infections in outpatient management». Part 1
Rev Latin Infect Pediatr 2017; 30 (2)

Language: Español
References: 19
Page: 48-56
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Cutaneous mycosis are extraordinary common in clinical practice, affecting skin, hair or nails. The most frequently involved pathogens in the immunocompetent child are dermatophytes, that will be exposed in this part of the document, and yeasts. Diagnose is mostly clinic, although laboratory confirmation is recommended in few particular cases. Treatment is mainly topical, yet some extensive or severe infections may need systemic and prolonged treatment.

Key words: mycosis, dermatophytes, tinea.


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