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Tinea Pedis

[New Latin : Medieval Latin tinea, tinea + Latin pedis, genitive of p s, foot.] ThesaurusLegend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun, 1.

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Arthropod Bacterium Virus. Other. Tinea pedis.
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which have once been surveyed for tinea pedis, though. Gentles and Holmes ( 1957) visited one of their collieries a number of times.

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(excluding patients with Tinea Pedis, or athlete's foot) and is as effective as for the treatment of nail fungus as the current European standard of care, Loceryl(R) (an ointment made by Galderma) and Penlac(R) (an ointment made by Sanofi-aventis).
Gerüche schon vor der Entstehung biologisch bekämpfen
Die Tinktur Tinea Pedis Stopp ist genau wie der BioSilVer Spray hervorragend dafür geeignet, Haut- und Fußpilze zu stoppen und trägt zur Regenerierung angegriffener und geschädigter Hautbereiche bei.

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Tinea Pedis
Dec 16, 2009 Tinea pedis has afflicted humanity for centuries, so it is perhaps surprising that the condition was not described until Pellizzari did so in 1888.
Athlete's Foot Medication, Symptoms, Treatment, Home Remedy
10 hours ago Athlete's foot (tinea pedis) is a contagious skin infection caused by the ringworm fungus.
Athlete's foot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Athlete's foot: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Athlete's foot is an infection of the feet caused by fungus. The medical term is tinea pedis.
Athlete's foot (tinea pedis)
Nov 30, 2010 We look at the causes, symptoms and treatment of athlete's foot.

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