1948
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1948.01520230030004
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Transverse Net in the Diagnosis of Onychomycosis

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“…The usual causative agent of PSO is T. rubrum. 1,2 Less commonly, fungi reported to produce this type of onychomycosis are T. megninii, 3 T. schoenleinii, 2 T. tonsurans, 4 Epidermophyton floccosum 5 and Microsporum canis. 6 Candida albicans has been reported to be responsible for PSO in congenital candidiasis presenting as transverse leuconychia associated with paronychia and onychomadesis.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The usual causative agent of PSO is T. rubrum. 1,2 Less commonly, fungi reported to produce this type of onychomycosis are T. megninii, 3 T. schoenleinii, 2 T. tonsurans, 4 Epidermophyton floccosum 5 and Microsporum canis. 6 Candida albicans has been reported to be responsible for PSO in congenital candidiasis presenting as transverse leuconychia associated with paronychia and onychomadesis.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In 1950, Alkiewicz described trachyonychia, or twenty‐nail dystrophy, a disease that became well established in dermatological literature 38 . He also described the so‐called transverse net in onychomycosis 39 . The branching net was described by Professor Witold Sowiński, Alkiewicz's student.…”
Section: Prominent Polish Dermatologists In the Years 1850–1950mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…38 He also described the so-called transverse net in onychomycosis. 39 The branching net was described by Professor Witold Sowi]ski, Alkiewicz's student. Professor Jan Alkiewicz left 103 research papers, of which 23 concerned onychology.…”
Section: Prominent Polish Dermatologists In the Years 1850-1950mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Avec le temps, des tunnels produits par les dermatophytes et contenant de l'air représentent pour Alkiewicz [1] un réseau transversal en bande opaque que l'huile de cèdre permet d'observer sous la loupe. Dans les formes avancées, la réaction inflammatoire s'intensifie avec la présence de leucocytes granuleux dans la kératose sous-unguéale, rappelant les micro-abcès de Munro.…”
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