moccasin distribution

A pattern of pedal involvement in chronic tinea pedis due to Trichophyton rubrum, most common in adult men with Cushing’s disease or lymphoproliferative disorders—thus implicating defective cell-mediated immunity

moccasin distribution

A pattern of pedal involvement in chronic tinea pedis due to Trichophyton rubrum, most common in adult ♂, with Cushing's disease or lymphoproliferative disorders–implicating defective cell-mediated immunity Clinical Asymptomatic, finely scaling diffuse erythematous lesion

moccasin distribution

generalized dry, dyshidrotic, non-inflamed, fungal skin infection (tinea pedis) affecting dorsal, border and plantar skin on the area covered by a slip-on shoe; may mimic contact dermatitis