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Cutaneous Mycoses Dermatophytosis Lecture Four

Cutaneous Mycoses Dermatophytosis Lecture Four

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Cutaneous Mycoses (dermatophytosis)
 General futures  Involves skin, nail, and hair  Known as ringworm or tinea  Keratinized layer are infected  Fungi known as dermatophytes  Infection range form mild to sever  Depend on host state and fungal species  Resist cycloheximide

 Etiologic agents
 Over hundred species described  Only 40 are valid  less associated with human diseases  Grouping of dermatophytes  Anamorphic state (asexual phase)  Three genera  Depend on sporulation

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Cutaneous Mycoses (dermatophytosis)
 General futures  Involves skin, nail, and hair  Known as ringworm or tinea  Keratinized layer are infected  Fungi known as dermatophytes  Infection range form mild to sever  Depend on host state and fungal species  Resist cycloheximide

 Etiologic agents
 Over hundred species described  Only 40 are valid  less associated with human diseases  Grouping of dermatophytes  Anamorphic state (asexual phase)  Three genera  Depend on sporulation

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Cutaneous Mycoses (dermatophytosis)
General futures
Involves skin, nail, and hair 
Known as ringworm or tinea
Keratinized layer are infected
Fungi known as dermatophytes
Infection range form mild to sever 
Depend on host state and fungal species
Resist cycloheximide
 
Etiologic agents
Over hundred species described
Only 40 are valid
less associated with human diseases
Grouping of dermatophytes
 Anamorphic state (asexual phase)
Three genera
Depend on sporulation
 
Etiologic agents cont.
 
Morphologic futures
Nutritional requirements
Microsporum, Trichophyton andEpidermophyton

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