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1/3. Inflammatory ringworm with unusual features.

    Zoophilic dermatophyte infections are often inflammatory but severe widespread inflammatory lesions of glabrous skin, as in the female patient described, are unusual. Most cases of M. canis ringworm can be traced to an infected animal. This dermatophyte is associated with a variety of clinical presentations on glabrous skin and is being isolated with increasing frequency in some countries.
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2/3. Cutaneous irritation induced by crab larvae.

    A cutaneous irritation on the exposed surfaces was induced by crab larvae. An abnormal sensation experienced only on exposed skin disappeared when the larval forms were removed. It is to be emphasized that multiple forms of marine animals may produce human cutaneous disorders.
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3/3. Cheyletiella dermatitis. A mite infestation of rabbit, cat, dog, and man.

    Two patients with recurrent, intensely pruritic, grouped red papules on the chest, abdomen, and thighs were examined and found to have Cheyletiella dermatitis. Cheyletiella, a nonburrowing species of mite, was isolated from fur brushings of the household pets, including one dog and two cats. Treatment of the affected pets resulted in complete resolution of symptoms and signs in both animals and patients. This appears to be the third instance of human Cheyletiella dermatitis recorded in north america.
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