1961
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1961.01580140018002
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Monilial Granuloma with Hypergammaglobulinemia

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“…Dermatophyteinfection is rather rare but a few cases have been reported. Epidermophyton floccosum (6)(7)(8), Trichophyton tonsurans (1), T. rubrum (9), Microsporum canis (10) and M. audouinii (11) have been isolated. Clinical features are usually widespread dermatophytoses, but in very rare instances hyperkeratotic and exophytic infections may be observed (1,6).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Dermatophyteinfection is rather rare but a few cases have been reported. Epidermophyton floccosum (6)(7)(8), Trichophyton tonsurans (1), T. rubrum (9), Microsporum canis (10) and M. audouinii (11) have been isolated. Clinical features are usually widespread dermatophytoses, but in very rare instances hyperkeratotic and exophytic infections may be observed (1,6).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thcse patients have some data in common: they have severe candida infection orten with the formation of skin granulomas (group 2 according to Wells et al (23), and the dermatophytosis is ex tensive and difficult to eradicate permanently. The dermatophytes isolated have been Trichophyton ton surans ( 13), Trichophy/011 purpureu111 (2), M icrospo nm1 canis (22), Microsporum audoini (6) and Epider mophy/011floccosum (15,19). Two additional patients had an associated endocrioe disease (Wells' group 3), hypothyreosis, and cultures from both showed the presence of Epidermophy1011 floccoswn (13,23).…”
Section: Ge11eric St11diesmentioning
confidence: 99%