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(tinea imbricata)
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  • Tinea Imbricata: An Overview. [Journal Article]
    Curr Pediatr Rev 2019; 15(3):170-174Leung AKC, Leong KF, Lam JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: In most cases, a spot diagnosis of tinea imbricata can be made based on the characteristic skin lesions consisting of scaly, concentric annular rings and overlapping plaques that are pruritic. Due to popularity of international travel, physicians involved in patient care should be aware of this fungal infection previously restricted to limited geographical areas.
  • Tinea Imbricata in an Italian Child and Review of the Literature. [Case Reports]
    Mycopathologia 2015; 180(5-6):353-7Veraldi S, Giorgi R, … Nazzaro G
  • Tinea imbricata is a chronic superficial mycosis caused by Trichophyton concentricum. It is characterized by widespread, annular, concentric, squamous lesions. Tinea imbricata is endemic in three geographical areas: Southwest Pacific, Southeast Asia, and Central and South America. Tinea imbricata in travelers returning from endemic areas is exceptionally rare. We report a case of tinea imbricata …
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