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Antifungal Drug Susceptibility

Shin JH

  • KMID: 1907716
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2006 Nov;26(4):79-85.
In the past two decades standardized in vitro antifungal susceptibility testing has been developed in responsive to increasing invasive fungal infections. Until now, antifungal susceptibility testing is not considered as...
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Antifungal Agents for Dermatomycoses

Won YH

  • KMID: 1907715
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2006 Nov;26(4):73-78.
The development of selective and safe antifungal agents are relatively delayed, compared to that of other antibiotics. The reasons are the relatively lesser interest of pharmaceutical companies because of the...
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Culture and Identification of Fungi in Dermatomycoses

Lee MK

  • KMID: 1907714
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2006 Nov;26(4):67-72.
It is estimated that the number of fungal species is now in excess of 100,000, with approximately 1500 new species described each year. At present, more than 200 species of...
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Collection, Transport and Processing of Mycological Specimen

Moon KC

  • KMID: 1907713
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2006 Nov;26(4):59-66.
In order to successfully determine the etiology of fungal disease, proper management in terms of the collection, transport, and processing of clinical specimens should be considered. Inappropriate collection and handling...
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Molecular Biology of Cutaneous Fungal Infection

Choi JS

  • KMID: 1907712
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2006 Nov;26(4):52-58.
Traditional identification of fungi is based on their gross morphology and microscopic findings. It takes a long time and needs experience and sometimes it is difficult because their morphology may...
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Histopathology of Dermatomycoses

Cho BK

  • KMID: 1907711
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2006 Nov;26(4):44-51.
Dermatomycoses are defined as the fungal infections of the skin including hair and nail. Generally, dermatomycoses are divided into superficial mycoses involving hair, nail and horny layer of the epidermis,...
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Immunology of Cutaneous Mycoses

Chung HJ, Lee KH

  • KMID: 1907710
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2006 Nov;26(4):34-43.
Recently, the relevance of fungal infection has increased enormously, because of the increasing incidence of HIV infection, organ transplantation, and neoplastic disorders. A variety of underlying conditions, including impaired immune...
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Opportunistic Fungal Infection

Chang MS, Woo JH

  • KMID: 1907709
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2006 Nov;26(4):25-33.
Two decades witnessed the progress of medicine especially the diagnosis and management of fungal infection in the immunocompromised hosts using microbiology, molecular biology, and imaging techniques such as computerized tomography...
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Subcutaneous Mycoses in Korea

Suh MK, Kim SH

  • KMID: 1907708
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2006 Nov;26(4):15-24.
The subcutaneous mycoses are infections caused by fungi that have been introduced directly into the dermis or subcutaneous tissue from puncture wounds, abrasions, or other trauma. The skin lesion of...
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Superficial Cutaneous Mycoses in Korea

Kim KH

  • KMID: 1907707
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2006 Nov;26(4):4-14.
Superficial cutaneous mycosis is mycotic infection of the epidermis of the skin, and one of common dermatoses in Korea. They have close relationship between host (human) and fungi. Their clinical...
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