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Clinical presentations of infection by the human herpesvirus-7 HHV Pediatr Hematol Oncol ; Mononucleosis syndrome and coincidental human herpesvirus-7 mycosis profundas dermatologia Epstein-Barr virus infection. Kempf W, Burg G. Pityriasis rosea, a virus-induced skin disease: Human herpesvirus 7 in patients with pityriasis rosea: Human herpesvirus 7 in patients with pityriasis rosea [letter].

European Journal of Dermatology Human herpesvirus 7 and pityriasis rosea. J Invest Dermatol ; Detection of human herpesvirus 7 in patients with pityriasis rosea and healthy individuals.

Lebbe C, Mycosis profundas dermatologia F. Pityriasis rosea and human herpesvirus 7, a true association [letter]? Pityriasis rosea is not associated with human herpesvirus 7.

Other interesting:. The analyzed parameters were date, age, gender, ethnicity, anatomical region of lesions, and the direct examination results. Among positive results in the direct mycological examination, The angular coefficient B was The genus Candida was more prevalent in women There was no difference between ethnic groups.

The nails were more affected than the skin, with Our study corroborates the literature regarding the preference for gender, age, and place of injury. Moreover, we found a decrease in infection over the studied period.

This yeast is part of the normal skin microbiome in healthy individuals and only causes infection when the normal commensal balance is disturbed 4. Most infections caused by Candida spp.

In these sites, the lesions are moist with prominent borders 6. Treatment involves the use of topical antifungals such as ketoconazole cream or nystatin powder or cream, and in several cases oral treatment with ketoconazole or fluconazole are required 4.

Superficial mycosis and the immune response elements

Candidaonychomycosis cause periungual lesions and inflammation paronychia or perionix , onycholysis, or it may colonize other injuries 2 , 7 - 9. Oral treatment with itraconazole or fluconazole is commonly used 4.

Therefore, due to its high frequency in clinical practice, the aim of this study is to determine the prevalence of dermatomycoses caused by Candida spp. Diagnostics Skin and nail samples were collected by means of scraping injured surfaces with microscope slides and sterile curettes.


The test forCandida spp. The presence of pseudohyphae in the material indicates infection, not colonization, by the genus Candida 2.

Collected data The analyzed parameters were date, age, gender, ethnicity, anatomical region of lesion, and the direct examination results. Then, according to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics IBGE , white, brown mixed ethnicity , and black ethnicity classifications were taken into consideration.E-mails: rb.

Figure 4 Clinical cure at 2 months of treatment. The inflatable cuff is placed over the brachial artery above the cubital fossa the front side of the elbow joint.


The test forCandida spp. Res Immunol. Acute E. The thermoplasty group also reported an average of 40 symptom-free days, compared to 17 for the others, with fewer asthma symptoms and less medication used. Our study corroborates the literature regarding the preference for gender, age, and place of injury.