Indian Journal of Dermatology

Year
: 1998  |  Volume : 43  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 50--52

Dermatomycoses In Diabetics - A Clinical Study


K Parthiban1, C Janaki2, Sentamil G Selvi3, V R Janaki4 
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K Parthiban


Two hundred diabetics including 153 non- insulin dependent diabetes mellitus and 47 insulin dependent diabetes mellitus patients, were screened for mycoses. Candidiasis was the commonest mycoses, followed by dermatophtoses and pityriasis versicolor. The fasting blood glucose level was observed to be higher in candidialsis compared to other mycoses.


How to cite this article:
Parthiban K, Janaki C, Selvi S, Janaki V. Dermatomycoses In Diabetics - A Clinical Study.Indian J Dermatol 1998;43:50-52


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Parthiban K, Janaki C, Selvi S, Janaki V. Dermatomycoses In Diabetics - A Clinical Study. Indian J Dermatol [serial online] 1998 [cited 2022 May 19 ];43:50-52
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