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Onychomycosis In Two Geographically Distinct Regions In India
Author: Shrijana Gurung, Prakash Peralam Yegneshwaran, Pema Yoden Bhutia, Amlan Gupta, Indira Bairy, Jagat Pradhan, Uttam Pradhan, Dhruva Sharma, Tshering Peggy
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
6 pages
One time payment: €6.08
Required subscription: Clinical
Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/264
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Onychomycosis contributes to 50% of all nail disorders and represents 30% of all superficial skin fungal infections. It is distributed worldwide and presents in different forms in  different parts of the world. The predisposing factors range from advancing age, trauma, geo climatic conditions, occupation, social class, immune status of the host and associated superficial mycoses like tinea pedis.

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