Intended for healthcare professionals

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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