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Proc R Soc Med
v.6(Dermatol Sect); 1913
Proc R Soc Med. 1913; 6(Dermatol Sect): 31–39.
Note on the Ætiology of some Tropical Dermatomycoses (Tinea cruris, Tinea flava et nigra, Tinea imbricata)
Illustrations, drawings, and photographs of the various dermatomycoses and their fungi will be found in the second edition of the “Manual of Tropical Medicine” (Castellani and Chalmers).
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