Trichophyton verrucosum


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Tri·choph·y·ton ver·ru·co·s'um

a zoophilic species of fungi that causes ringworm in cattle, from which humans can become infected.
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canis in the southeast of Turkey, and as T.verrucosum in the middle and east of Turkey.6,14,21 In this study, the most detected agent of tinea capitis was Trichophyton verrucosum which was similar with results detected in the east of Turkey.
Asadi et al (1999) found that Trichophyton Mentagrophytes were the most prevalent species whereas the results of the present research showed that the most isolated factor was Trichophyton Verrucosum.
Tinea manuum in a veterinarian caused by Trichophyton verrucosum. Ethiopian International J.
Human cases of cattle ringworm due to Trichophyton verrucosum in Victoria, Australia.
In one study with measurement of androgen hormones in patients serum with dermatophytosis result from trichophyton verrucosum and trichophyton rubrum, were considered significant decrease in patients serum testosterone levels with trichophyton verrucosum agent in compared with healthy individual [6].
The cutaneous sample of these peoples were cultured in mycobiotic agar while the fungus strain by macroscopic and microscopic studies were designated as only on peoples serum that suffers from dermatophytosis due to trichophyton verrucosum agent to determination of tryptophan amino acid, HPLC experiment were exert.
Swai and Sanka (2012) treated bovine dermatophytosis caused by Trichophyton verrucosum with topical application of 2% Miconazole ointment applied twice daily for three weeks along with oral Griseofulvin at dose rate of 10m/kg body weight for 6 weeks and washing skin lesion and housing premises with disinfectants.