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Superficial fungal skin infections

Superficial fungal skin infections


Siobhan Hicks
Nurse Practitioner in Primary Care
Lecturer in Public Health and Primary Care

Superficial fungal infections are very common and usually mild, and affect the outer layers of the skin, hair and nails. However, in people with a suppressed immune system they can cause serious disease.

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