Treatment of Dermatophytosis in Elderly, Children, and Pregnant Women - breast superficial fungal

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Topical Treatment of Common Superficial Tinea Infections - American Family Physician breast superficial fungal


Tinea infections are superficial fungal infections caused by three species of occluded body areas, such as the groin, axillae, breast, and face.

Superficial fungal infections account for nearly 25% of the global skin mycoses, . It is also actively secreted in breast milk and therefore should not be used in.

Breast infection in lactating mothers is a common entity which in the majority of cases can be It may range from mild superficial mastitis to deep abscesses.