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Pityriasis versicolor in the Canary Islands

, : Pityriasis versicolor in the Canary Islands. Dermatologia Revista Mexicana 21(1): 39-42

The author notes that Malassezia furfur infections have increased in the Canary Islands since a previous study (Gyorko-Gyorkos, A. C. de, Clinica y Laboratorio 305: 108-111, 1951).


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