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October 2017| Vol 1| Issue 3 (Supplement)

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Mellow to the malicious: Could Trichophyton mentagrophytes be the malefactor?

Dermatophytes are the most common fungal agents causing the superficial skin infections. Superficial mycoses have seldom been a cause of major concern even in hot and humid countries such as India u...


Review Article

Overview and update on the laboratory diagnosis of dermatophytosis

Dermatophytosis, caused by dermatophytes is becoming difficult to treat due to various reasons. Accurate diagnosis is essential for the accurate management of this infection and prevention of relaps...


Review Article

Emerging atypical and unusual presentations of dermatophytosis in India

In the recent past, there has been an alarming rise in patients presenting with atypical clinical types of dermatophytosis. These patients require prolonged treatment with systemic and topical antif...


Review Article

Systemic therapy of dermatophytosis: Practical and systematic approach

Superficial dermatophytosis caused by dermatophytes belonging to the three genera, “Trichophyton, Microsporum and Epidermophyton” is the most common fungal infection seen in human beings...


Review Article

Topical antifungals: A review and their role in current management of dermatophytoses

Topical antifungals are an important adjuvant in treatment of dermatophytosis. Also specific situations such as dermatophytoses in pregnancy and infants often warrant topical therapy. Several new to...


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Clinical Dermatology Review, a publication of Indian Association of Dermatologist, Venereologist and Leprologists (IADVL) Karnataka Branch, is a peer reviewed print journal with Semiannual publication of issues.

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