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Analysis of Adult Patients with Tinea Capitis in Southeastern Korea

Lee HJ, Kim JY, Park KD, Jang YH, Lee SJ, Bang YJ, Jun JB, Lee WJ

BACKGROUND: Tinea capitis is a cutaneous infection of dermatophytes and predominant in children. Although tinea capitis in Korea is controlled by oral antifungal medications and concerted public health initiatives, it's...
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Wood's Lamp Examination Findings of Tinea Capitis by Microsporum canis

Na N, Choi Y, Park J

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Epidemiological and Mycological Characteristics of Teenagers with Tinea Capitis in Southeastern Korea: Trichophyton tonsurans as the Main Causative Fungus in Recent 10 Years

Sohng C, Kim JY, Park KD, Jang YH, Lee SJ, Bang YJ, Jun JB, Lee WJ

BACKGROUND: Tinea capitis is a contagious fungal infection that occurs predominantly in childhood. Although its incidence has declined, its epidemiological and mycological characteristics are continue to evolve. OBJECTIVE: To assess changes...
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A Descriptive Review of Kerion and Non-inflammatory Tinea Capitis

Kim SM, Kim YA, Cho NJ

  • KMID: 2449199
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 May;57(4):182-190.
BACKGROUND: Tinea capitis manifests either as a non-inflammatory or inflammatory type including kerion, which may cause permanent alopecia. In addition to antifungals, systemic corticosteroids (prednisolone at 1~2 mg/kg/day) have been...
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Low But Continuous Occurrence of Microsporum gypseum Infection in the Study on 198 Cases in South Korea from 1979 to 2016

Lee WJ, Park JH, Kim JY, Jang YH, Lee SJ, Bang YJ, Jun JB

BACKGROUND: Microsporum gypseum has been isolated from South Korea since 1966. However, the incidence of M. gypseum infection is very low. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study is to add massive...
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Epidemiology and Identification of Organisms Causing Superficial Dermatomycoses at Tertiary Hospitals in Korea: A Prospective Multicenter Study

Cheon SJ, Lee JH, Lee YW, Park J, Suh MK, Kim H, Mun JH, Lee SY, Choi JS, Choi EH, Lee JB, Park J, Yu HJ, Ko HC

BACKGROUND: Superficial dermatomycoses are fungal infections of the skin, hair, or nails and are most commonly caused by dermatophytes. Superficial dermatomycoses are very common diseases in the field of dermatology;...
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Effects of Low Alternating Current on Growth of the Trichophyton tonsurans and Microsporum canis

Park J, Kim H, Kwon DR, Kwon DG

BACKGROUND: A large number of studies have been focused on bacterial growth but limited number of literature has been reported regarding modification of fungal growth. OBJECTIVE: This study aims to investigate...
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Tinea Capitis Caused by Microsporum canis after Visiting a Pet Café in a Sibling

Kwon HJ, Suh JH, Moon NJ, Choi JS, Park KY, Seo SJ

  • KMID: 2396852
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2017 Nov;55(9):626-627.
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Microscopic Findings of Macroconidia in Microsporum canis

Choi YW, Kwon O, Park J, Bang YJ

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Changing in the Epidemiology of Tinea Capitis among School Children in Egypt

Bassyouni , El-Sherbiny NA, Abd El Raheem TA, Mohammed B

BACKGROUND: Tinea capitis remains a prevalent health problem among school-aged children. OBJECTIVE: To estimate the prevalence of tinea capitis among primary school students, in Fayoum, Egypt with identification of etiological agents...
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Clinical Study of Onychomycosis Observed in Children (2005~2014)

Kim NH, Yun SJ, Lee JB, Kim SJ, Lee SC, Won YH

  • KMID: 2368890
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2016 Dec;54(10):781-787.
BACKGROUND: Pediatric onychomycosis has been previously investigated; however, the specific causative agents of onychomycosis in Korean children have not been reported. OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to determine the most common causative...
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Isolation Rates of Fungi from Soil Near Korean Wrestling Fields, Playgrounds, and Beauty Salons in Daegu

Kim BS, Shin DH, Choi JS

  • KMID: 2344375
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2016 Jul;54(6):444-450.
BACKGROUND: Soil is one of the major habitats of fungi. Keratinophilic fungi are an important group of fungi that live in soil, some of which are potential pathogens for humans...
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A Case of Multiple Tinea Infections in an Infant Child After Contact with a Dog

Kim H, Kwon O, Kwon H, Park J, Park KD, Choi JS, Bang YJ, Chung H

Dermatophytosis in children is relatively infrequent than adults. Dermatophytosis in children can be different clinically and mycologically from those in adults in that children experience rapid physical changes and they...
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Mycological and Molecular Analysis of Soil Keratinophilic Fungi Isolated in Summer Beaches of the Korean South Coast

Park J, Kim I, Kim Y, Bang YJ, Jun JB, Choi JS

  • KMID: 2251146
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2016 May;54(4):275-279.
BACKGROUND: Some species of soil keratinophilic fungi (KPF) are known to be pathogens that may lead to cutaneous infection. People exposed to these species through direct contact with soil on...
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A Case of Tinea Corporis Caused by Microsporum gypseum after Scratch Injury by a Dog

Seol JE, Kim DH, Park SH, Lee W, Kang JN, Kim H, Sung HS

Microsporum(M.) gypseum, a geophilic dermatophyte, causes dermatophytosis that is characterized by rapid development and resolution. M. gypseum infection is rare due to its low infectivity, and there have been no...
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A Case of Majocchi Granuloma Caused by Microsporum canis Presented as Tinea Incognito

Bae MI, Jeong KH, Shin MK, Haw CR

  • KMID: 2129425
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2015 Nov;53(9):735-737.
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Mating Type Analysis of Dermatophytes using Mating Type Gene

Choi JS, Kim BS, Kim YW, Choi JH, Shin DH

BACKGROUND: Traditionally, mating types of dermatophytes had been identified by mating experiments. It took a long time and there were many limitations. Recently, we can figure out the fungal mating...
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Identification of Dermatophytes by Polymerase Chain Reaction-Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism Analysis of Metalloproteinase-1

Jung HJ, Kim SY, Jung JW, Park HJ, Lee YW, Choe YB, Ahn KJ

  • KMID: 2368154
  • Ann Dermatol.
  • 2014 Jun;26(3):338-342.
BACKGROUND: Transgenic research on metalloproteinase-1 is an emerging field in the area of plant molecular biology. The new method reported here can similarly be applied in fungal molecular biology to...
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Simultaneous Occurrence of Tinea corporis Caused by Microsporum canis in a Grandmother and a Granddaughter

Lee BI, Lee JH, Lee JY, Park YM

  • KMID: 1731196
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 2014 Jun;19(2):52-57.
Microsporum (M.) canis is one of the zoophilic dermatophytes which can cause ringworm in cats and dogs and is responsible for 3~30% of tinea corporis and tinea capitis in human....
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Clinical Study of Dermatophytosis Caused by Microsporum canis

Jang SH, Yun SJ, Lee JB, Kim SJ, Lee SC, Won YH

  • KMID: 1731194
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 2014 Jun;19(2):39-44.
BACKGROUND: Microsporum (M.) canis is a zoophilic dermatophyte commonly acquired from cats or dogs, and it is the most common pathogen of tinea capitis in Korea. An increase in the...
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