Clinical Groupings for Fungal Infections

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ã 1. ã 2. ã 3. ã 4. ã 5. The Superficial Mycoses The Cutaneous Mycoses The Subcutaneous Mycoses Dimorphic Systemic Mycoses Opportunistic Systemic Mycoses ã ã These are superficial cosmetic fungal infections of the skin or hair shaft. ã ã No living tissue is invaded and there is no cellular response from the host. ã ã Essentially no pathological changes are elicited. ã ã These infections are often so innocuous that patients are often unaware of their condition. ã ã Caused by Malassez
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  ã 1. The Superficial Mycoses ã 2. The Cutaneous Mycoses ã 3. The Subcutaneous Mycoses ã 4. Dimorphic Systemic Mycoses ã 5. Opportunistic Systemic Mycoses  ã ã These are superficial cosmetic fungal infections of the skin or hair shaft. ã ã No living tissue is invadedand there is no cellularresponse from the host. ã ã Essentially no pathological changes are elicited. ã ã These infections are oftenso innocuous that patients areoften unaware of their condition.
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