Prognostic factors influencing the treatment outcome of onychomycosis Candida.

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Summary of "Prognostic factors influencing the treatment outcome of onychomycosis Candida."

Onychomycosis contributes as many as half of all nail disorder cases. In 2017, the incidence of onychomycosis was 15% of all dermatomycosis cases at our hospital, a tertiary hospital in Indonesia, with only 25% of the patients achieving mycological cure.


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Name: Mycoses
ISSN: 1439-0507


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