The use and abuse of systemic antifungal therapy
Clinical diagnosis of skin and nail fungal infections is not always easy. This article discusses the need to establish a diagnosis before instituting therapy, in order to avoid a number of pitfalls. In particular, inappropriate antifungal therapy has significant cost implications for the NHS.
Dermatology in practice 2003; 11(6): 10–14
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