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Hong kong toe

Hong kong toe --> tinea pedis

tinea involving the feet, particularly the interdigital spaces and soles, most often caused by trichophyton rubrum, t. Mentagrophytes or epidermophyton floccosum and characterised by intensely pruritic lesions varying from mild, chronic and scaling to acute exfoliative, pustular and bullous.


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... do less intelligent children. Lynn (1991) found Oriental children from Hong Kong and Japan were faster on average in decision time (controlling for movement time) than ...

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