1957
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1957.01550200050010
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Trichophyton Tonsurans in Minnesota

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“…The identification of T. tonsurans in 49 patients (2 % of the total) with infections of the scalp and the glabrous skin can be compared with a study at Bellevue Hospital by Reiss [3] which suggested the same rising inci dence. Similar increased incidence of T. tonsurans infections has been reported from other sections of the country [4]. A closer look at this apparent increase in the incidence of T. tonsurans in the New York area revealed th a t 44 of the 49 patients were of Puerto Rican ex traction.…”
Section: The Changing Pattern Of Superficial Fungous Infection In Newsupporting
confidence: 74%
“…The identification of T. tonsurans in 49 patients (2 % of the total) with infections of the scalp and the glabrous skin can be compared with a study at Bellevue Hospital by Reiss [3] which suggested the same rising inci dence. Similar increased incidence of T. tonsurans infections has been reported from other sections of the country [4]. A closer look at this apparent increase in the incidence of T. tonsurans in the New York area revealed th a t 44 of the 49 patients were of Puerto Rican ex traction.…”
Section: The Changing Pattern Of Superficial Fungous Infection In Newsupporting
confidence: 74%
“…This organism may have been introduced into the Southwest from Mexico and Puerto Rico ( 12, 13). Other areas in the United States also confirmed an increase in T. tonsurans tinea capitis ( 14–18). While the incidence of T. tonsurans continued to rise in the United States, the frequency with which M. audouinii could be recovered from patients with tinea capitis was decreasing ( 14–18).…”
Section: Epidemiologymentioning
confidence: 76%