A Case of Localized Scalp Psoriasis Triggered by Microsporum canis Infected Tinea Capitis and Review of Published Literatures

We report a case in which patient was initially ill with tinea capitis infected by Microsporum canis later triggered the local scalp psoriasis. Tinea infections always confused with psoriasis, a review of published studies revealed 14 cases of fungal confused with psoriasis.


Wenying Hu,Yuping Ran, Jebina Lama and Xin Ran

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