(Science: dermatology) A fungal scalp infection with a crusting and scaly lesion of the scalp that can also be associated with localised hair loss. Treatment requires oral (systemic) antifungal medications. Hair: looks green under a fluorescence lamp when tinea capitis (of the hair shaft) is present.
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Hello All, Similar to my own problem scalp: Trichophyton concentricum Tinea Capitis The Tricophyton Concentricum images from : http://www.mycology.adelaide.edu.au/gallery/photos/ ...
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