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ISSN Print: 2394-0530, ISSN Online: 2320-3862, NAAS Rating: 3.53

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Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies

2016, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part B
Dermatophytosis (Qooba) a misnomer infection and its management in modern and unani perspective -A comparative review
Tinea of the nails caused by T. Rubrum [9]
Fig.: Tinea of the nails caused by T. Rubrum [9]
(A)- Tinea capitis showing extensive hair loss caused by M. Canis [9]. (B)-
Fig.: (A)- Tinea capitis showing extensive hair loss caused by M. Canis [9]. (B)- "Kerion" lesion caused by M. Canis [9]. (C)- "Kerion" lesion caused by T. verrucosum following contact with cattle [9]. (D)- Endothrix tinea capitis (left) caused by T. Tonsurans [9]
Tinea pedis caused by T. rubrum. Sub-clinical infection (left) showing mild maceration under the little toe and more severe infection showing extensive maceration of all toe web spaces [9
Fig.: Tinea pedis caused by T. rubrum. Sub-clinical infection (left) showing mild maceration under the little toe and more severe infection showing extensive maceration of all toe web spaces [9
(A)- Tinea corporis caused by T. rubrum in Australian Aborigines living near Darwin in the Northern Territory [9]. (B)- Tinea corporis caused by M. canis following contact with infectious kittens [9]
Fig.: (A)- Tinea corporis caused by T. rubrum in Australian Aborigines living near Darwin in the Northern Territory [9]. (B)- Tinea corporis caused by M. canis following contact with infectious kittens [9]
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