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PHIL Image 3209
 
ID#:3209
Description:This is a photomicrograph of the fungus Microsporum canis using the lactophenol cotton blue staining technique.

M. canis, a zoophilic dermatophyte often found in cats and dogs, is a common cause of tinea corporis and tinea capitis in humans. Other dermatophytes are included in the genera Epidermophyton and Trichophyton.

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Content Providers(s):CDC/Dr. Leanor Haley
Creation Date:1969
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tree picture Diseases
tree picture tree picture Animal Diseases
tree picture tree picture Bacterial Infections and Mycoses
tree picturetree picture tree picture Infection
tree picturetree picturetree picture tree picture Skin Diseases, Infectious
tree picturetree picturetree picturetree picture tree picture Dermatomycoses
tree picturetree picturetree picturetree picturetree picture tree picture Tinea
tree picturetree picture tree picture Mycoses
tree picturetree picturetree picture tree picture Dermatomycoses
tree picturetree picturetree picturetree picture tree picture Tinea
tree picture tree picture Skin and Connective Tissue Diseases
tree picturetree picture tree picture Skin Diseases
tree picturetree picturetree picture tree picture Skin Diseases, Infectious
tree picturetree picturetree picturetree picture tree picture Dermatomycoses
tree picturetree picturetree picturetree picturetree picture tree picture Tinea
tree picture Organisms
tree picture tree picture Fungi
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