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SEM of a fungus that causes athlete's foot (tinea pedis), a fungal skin infection, mag. 1000x (at 8.3 x 11.7 in.). (c) David Spears
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SEM of a fungus that causes athlete's foot (tinea pedis), a fungal skin infection, mag. 1500x (at 8.3 x 11.7 in.). (c) David Spears
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SEM of Trichophyton rubrum fungal hyphae (mycelium), mag. 400x (at 24 x 36 mm). This fungus is a dermatophyte that inhabits keratinized tissues. It causes chronic infections of theskin, nails, and (rarely) scalp, including ringworm, jock i tch, and athlete's foot. The hyphae are vegetative filamentous cells comprising the saprophytic stage of the fungus.
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SEM of a Trichophyton rubrum fungal colony (mycelium), mag. 35x (at 24 x 36 mm). This fungus is a dermatophyte that inhabits keratinized tissues. It causes chronic infections of the skin, nails, and (rarely) scalp, including ringworm, jock itch, and athlete's foot. The hyphae are vegetative filamentous cells comprising the saprophytic stage of the fungus.
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SEM of a Trichophyton rubrum fungal colony (mycelium), mag. 35x (at 24 x 36 mm). This fungus is a dermatophyte that inhabits keratinized tissues. It causes chronic infections of the skin, nails, and (rarely) scalp, including ringworm, jock itch, and athlete's foot. The hyphae are vegetative filamentous cells comprising the saprophytic stage of the fungus.
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Interdigital athlete's foot. This dermatophytosis is caused by the fungus Trichophyton rubrum.
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Dermatology: subungual viral wart. Whitening of the great toenail of a 12 year old girl with onychomycosis caused by a subungual viral wart.
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Onychomycosis. Antifongic nail polish. (c) Oliel/Thali
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Dermatology: tinea pedis (athlete's foot) and plantar dermatosis. White patches of skin on the toes and the metatarsal head, with peeling skin between the toes, in a 36 year old man with tinea pedis and plantar dermatosis.
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Dermatology: tinea pedis (athlete's foot). Close up of whitepeeling patches around the great toe and the metatarsal hea d of the foot of a 23 year old man with macerated feet associated with tinea pedis or athlete's foot.
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PM of the dermatophytic fungus Epidermophyton floccosum, showing a number of macroconidia and the organism's filamentous hyphae, mag. 475x. This fungus is known to be a cause of dermatophytosis leading to tinea corporis (ringworm), tinea cruris (jock itch), tinea pedis (athlete's foot), and onychomycosis or tinea unguium, a fungal infection of the nail bed.
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PM of Trichophyton rubrum, showing the ultrastructural morphology of this dermatophytic fungus, mag. 1000x. Of particular interest in this image are the macroconidia budding from the multiseptate conidiophores and a centrally-located multiseptate macroconidium. Dermatophytes are fungi that cause common skin, hair, and nail infections known as dermatophytoses. Infections include athletes foot (tinea pedis) and jock itch (tinea cruris), and the fungi are easily transmitted from person to person.
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PM showing the ultrastructural morphology of Trichophyton rubrum fungal organisms. Trichophyton rubrum and Trichophyton tonsurans are two common dermatophytes, types of fungi that cause common skin, hair, and nail infections known as dermatophytoses. Infections include athlete's foot (tinea pedis) and jock itch (tinea cruris). These two species are usually transmitted from person to person.
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Petri dish, frontal view, with a colony of the African form of the fungus, Trichophyton rubrum, cultured, showing the colonial morphology to be glabrous, or waxy, i.e., flat to cottony, and raised and ruffled at its center. Its frontal coloration is white to bright yellowish-beige here, and can be red-violet. From the back, the colonies display a light yellowish to brown, or a reddish brown coloration. T. rubrum and T. tonsurans are two common dermatophytes,types of fungi that cause common skin, hair, and nail infections known as dermatophytoses. Infections include athlete's foot (tinea pedis) and jock itch (tinea cruris). These two species are easily transmitted from person to person.
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Petri dish, frontal view, with fungal colonies of Trichophyton rubrum var. granulare, cultured, showing the colonial morphology to be glabrous, or waxy, i.e., flat to cottony, and with a white to bright yellowish-beige, or a red-violet coloration. From the back, the colonies display a light yellowish to brown, or a reddish brown coloration. Trichophyton rubrum and Trichophyton tonsurans are two common dermatophytes, types of fungi that cause common skin, hair, and nail infections known as dermatophytoses. Infections include athlete's foot (tinea pedis) and jock itch (tinea cruris) These two species are usually transmitted from person to person. Microsporum canis, another common dermatophyte, is transmitted from animals such as cats and dogs to people. Dermatophytes thrive on moist areas of the skin, such as skin folds. They can also contaminate clothing, towels, and bedding.
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PM of macroconidia of the dermatophytic fungus Epidermophyton floccosum, a cause of dermatophytosis leading to tinea corporis (ringworm), tinea cruris (jock itch), tinea pedis (athlete's foot), and onychomycosis or tinea unguium, a fungal infection of the nail bed.
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Scanning electron micrograph of Epidermophyton which causes skin infections such as Athlete's foot (Tinea pedis), mag. 245x.
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Dermatology: fungal infection of the foot. Ulcerated lesionswith red inflamed skin on the foot of a 67 year old woman w ith tinea pedis and cellulitis caused by a secondary bacterial infection.
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Dermatology: tinea pedis (athlete's foot) and plantar dermatosis. White patch of skin around the edge of the heel, with peeling skin, in a 36 year old man with tinea pedis and plantar dermatosis.
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Illustration of athlete's foot. A close-up view of the underside of the foot shows inflamed and scabby sores on the toe s that are characteristic of the itchy condition known as athlete's foot.
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PM of microconidia of the fungus Trichophyton mariatii. Trichophyton is one of the leading causes of dermatophytosis in humans, an infections of the skin, hair, and nails due to the fungis ability to utilize keratin. Many species of Trichophyton inhabit the soil, humans, or animals.
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PM of a conidiophore of the fungus Curvularia geniculata, associated with human infections such as onychomycosis, keratitis, sinusitis, mycetoma, pneumonia, endocarditis, cerebral abscess, and disseminated infection.
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Reverse view of a Petri dish of a fungal colony of a Mexican isolate of Trichophyton rubrum var. rodainii, cultured on a medium of Sabourauds agar. The coloration of this colony in this reverse view is yellowish brown at its perimeter and reddish-brown at its center. There is also some indication of the wrinkled morphology seen on its frontal surface, which is wrinkled, raised, and velvety-textured. The frontal view color appearance can range from white to yellowish-beige, to red violet.
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SEM of Trichophyton mentagrophytes, a fungus that causes skin, hair, and nail infections, mag. 700x (at 4 x 5 in.).
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