1932
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1932.01450030709014
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Fungus Infection of the Feet

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“…Men swabbing or scrubbing decks with strong alkaline solutions should not have bare feet. Boots and shoes can be disinfected from time to time by placing in the toes a pledget of cotton-wool soaked in formaline solution, and leaving overnight in a shoe box (Henderson, 1932: McCormick, 1934). They can be aired afterwards to avoid a dermatitis.…”
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“…Men swabbing or scrubbing decks with strong alkaline solutions should not have bare feet. Boots and shoes can be disinfected from time to time by placing in the toes a pledget of cotton-wool soaked in formaline solution, and leaving overnight in a shoe box (Henderson, 1932: McCormick, 1934). They can be aired afterwards to avoid a dermatitis.…”
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