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Tinea Capitis in Adults; A 18-year Retrospective, Single Centre Study in Korea.

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Summary of "Tinea Capitis in Adults; A 18-year Retrospective, Single Centre Study in Korea."

Tinea capitis (TC) is a dermatophyte infection involving hair and scalp and occurs primarily in prepubertal children. However, data on adults are limited.

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Name: Mycoses
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