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(Athlete's foot)
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  • Prevalence and Clinical Correlation of Superficial Fungal Foot Infection in Thai Naval Rating Cadets. [Journal Article]
  • MMMil Med 2018 Feb 13
  • Ongsri P, Bunyaratavej S, … Kulthanan K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Superficial fungal foot infection is found as 7.2% of naval rating cadets. Wearing combat shoes more than 8 h was found to be a predisposing factor. In addition to skin manifestations including scales, vesicles, and maceration, superficial fungal foot infection also exhibited an unpleasant foot odor which affected quality of life. Self-foot-examination and life style modification should be promoted to prevent fungal infection.
  • The efficacy of gaseous ozone against different forms of Candida albicans. [Journal Article]
  • CMCurr Med Mycol 2017; 3(2):26-32
  • Zargaran M, Fatahinia M, Zarei Mahmoudabadi A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although ozone was highly effective on the yeast form of C.albicans and it can inhibit the formation of germ tubes in C.albicans, the complete removal of biofilms did not happen even after 60 min. It seems that ozone therapy induces resistance to amphotericin B.
  • Epidemiological status of dermatophytosis in Guilan, north of Iran. [Journal Article]
  • CMCurr Med Mycol 2017; 3(1):20-24
  • Fallahi AA, Rezaei-Matehkolaei A, Rezaei S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The higher prevalence of T. rubrum, as the agent of dermatophytoses, than other species has never been reported from Iran and is of public health concern because of the chronic nature of infections with anthropophilic species. To thoroughly investigate the epidemiological trend of dermatophytoses in Iran, further periodical and molecular-based studies are necessary.
  • Electrocardiographic patterns and long-term training-induced time changes in 2484 elite football players. [Journal Article]
  • ACArch Cardiovasc Dis 2017 Dec 21
  • Huttin O, Selton-Suty C, … Aliot E
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study describes usual electrocardiographic training-induced changes in a large series of football players over the follow-up timeframe. The most frequent outliers were electrical LVH and sinus bradycardia. These results have important implications for optimizing electrocardiogram interval measurements in initial screening and during follow-up of football players, with potential cost-effective implications.
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