Tinea pedis due to Cylindrocarpon lichenicola beginning onycholysis
A 33 year old woman presented with both feet, humid and white Tinea pedis at the second, third and fourth inter-toes areas associated with a beginning onycholysis of the nails lasting for 18 months. KOH mount of the samples was positive for fungal hyphae. The fungus was isolated on Sabouraud-chlor- ampphenicol agar and identified as Cylindrocarpon lichenicola. The patient was treated with an asso- ciation of terbinafine tablet and terbinafine cream and presented clinical cure after three months.
Auteur(s) : K. Diongue, M.A. Diallo, M.C. Seck, A.S. Badiane, M. Ndiaye, N.W. Ndoye , Y.D. Ndiaye, B. Dieye, A. Déme, I.M. Ndiaye O. Ndir, D. Ndiaye.
Pages : 13_15
Année de publication : 2016
Revue : Medical Mycology Case Reports
N° de volume : vol 11
Type : Article
Mise en ligne par : SECK Mame Cheikh