Determining the prevalence and investigation of superficial and cutaneous fungal diseases in Arak

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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 18 اسفند 1402

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Superficial fungal diseases are one of the most common endemic diseases in Iran, especially in rural areas and areas that are in poor health and are mostly related to domestic animals.. Animals such as cow, sheep, dog and cat are assumed as the main origin of these infections. Infection in animals is often a chronic incidence but in humans is along with severe inflammatory reactions. Upward tr end of superficial cutaneous fungal infections is one of the hygienic problems of developed and eveloping societies and zoophilic factors have a major effect on incidence of such infections. To apply this study, the patient suspected to fungal lesions referring to different clinics in Arak were sampled, within June ۲۰۱۱ to June ۲۰۱۲. Then, direct test and culture were made. In order to determine the fungal types, slide culture and complementary tests were used, if required. Out of ۴۳۵ referred pa tients, superficial cutaneous fungal infections were diagnosed in ۲۱۵ patients (۴۹.۴%), of which ۱۳۸ patients (۳۱.۷%) were infected with Dermatophytosis, ۶۱ patients (۱۴%) with Tinea Versicolor, ۸ patients (۱.۸%) with Erythrism and ۲ patients with Otomycosis. The highest age of involvement was observed between the ages of ۲۰ and ۲۹ years, which accounted for ۳۴.۱% of cases.

Authors

hamid azadegan

Department of Parasitology, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

Seyed Jamal Hashemi

Associate Professor at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, School of Public Health, Department of Microbiology.

Mansour Bayat

Department of Mycology, Islamic Azad University Science and Research Branch, Tehran, Iran

Iraj Sohrabi Haghdost

Department of Parasitology, Islamic Azad University Science and Research Branch, Tehran, Iran