2020
DOI: 10.1111/dth.14041
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Abstract: Tinea pedis affects the life quality distinctly and patients those with a prolonged disease often resort to non-medical methods. We sought to evaluate patients' knowledge about tinea pedis and approaches to the non-pharmacological agents. A crosssectional study was conducted on 152 patients with tinea pedis who answered the survey between July and November 2019. Demographic and clinical features, patients' attitudes, behaviors, and opinions about non-pharmacological treatments related to tinea pedis were evalu…

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