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Subcutaneous, Cutaneous and Superficial Mycoses: Learning Outcomes

by Vincent Racaniello, PhD
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    00:00 for dermatophytosis.

    00:00 So after having listened to this final fungal lecture, I hope that you can name some of the fungi that cause cutaneous, subcutaneous, and superficial, superficial, the very outer layer of the skin. I hope you'll be familiar with the pathogenesis and epidemiology of sporotrichosis, tinea, seborrheic dermatitis, and tinea versicolor. Next time you see someone who you know well and they have dandruff you can say: “You can take care of that seborrheic dermatitis, you know” and see what they say, don't tell them I sent you. And finally, you should know which drugs can be used to treat cutaneous, subcutaneous, and superficial mycoses.Thanks for listening to this series on fungal infections and I’ll see you next time.


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    The lecture Subcutaneous, Cutaneous and Superficial Mycoses: Learning Outcomes by Vincent Racaniello, PhD is from the course Fungi.


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    dr vincent ........thank you
    By sahil p. on 17. July 2018 for Subcutaneous, Cutaneous and Superficial Mycoses: Learning Outcomes

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