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Tinea cruris

Tinea cruris is a fungal infection that occurs mainly in the groin of adult men. The rash has a scaly raised red border that spreads down the inner thighs from the groin or scrotum. It may form ring-like patterns and is similar to tinea cor-poris or ringworm. It is not often seen on the penis or vulva or around the anus.

Jock Itch

Jock itch (known medically as tinea cruris) is a fungal infection of the groin. The fungus also can infect other areas of the body, such as the feet and the area between the toes, where it causes athlete's foot (see next page). The infection begins as small, red spots that enlarge to form rings. At the edge of the ring the skin is raised, red, and scaly. Jock itch is common in men who perspire heavily, who exercise vigorously in hot weather, or who are overweight. The infection can be transmitted to your groin from your feet if you have athlete's foot and you scratch both areas. Like all tinea infections, jock itch is somewhat contagious. You can get a tinea infection from wet surfaces (such as a shower stall), from another person, or even from an animal. Men who wear athletic protectors or equipment can develop a case of jock itch, especially in hot, humid weather. If you think that you may have jock itch, see your doctor. The condition may be hard to distinguish from other skin...


The dermatophytes, which infect only the skin, hair, or nails, secrete extracellular enzymes that likely aid in the colonization of keratinous tissues,15 These extracellular Specimens of hair, skin scrapings or biopsies, and nail clippings are usually submitted for dermatophyte culture and are contaminated with bacteria and or rapidly growing fungi. Samples collected from lesions may be obtained by scraping the skin or nails with a scalpel blade or microscope slide infected hairs are removed by plucking them with forceps. These specimens should be placed in a sterile container they should not be refrigerated. Mycosel agar, which contains chloramphenicol and cycloheximide, is satisfactory for the recovery of dermatophytes. Cultures should be incubated for a minimum of 21 days at 30 C before being reported as negative.

Box 33 Immune Modulators and Fungal Infections

Fungal infections range from being a nuisance to being life threatening. A variety of skin infections, such as ringworm, athlete's foot, and jock itch are caused by fungi. Skin infections are often controlled by topical creams containing tolnaftate, an inhibitor of ergosterol synthesis. Tolnaftate and related compounds are generally ineffective against fungal infections that grow under the nails of toes and fingers, because nails serve as tough barriers to drug entry. However, nail infections can be treated with another compound, griseofulvin, which is administered systemically. Many months of treatment are required to permit the nails to grow out fungus-free. Among the side effects of griseofulvin treatment are liver problems consequently, liver function is usually monitored during treatment.

Spectrum Of Disease

Cutaneous mycoses are perhaps the most common fungal infections of humans and are usually referred to as tinea (Latin for worm or ringworm ). The gross appearance of the lesion is that of an outer ring of the active, progressing infection, with central healing within the ring. These infections may be characterized by another Latin noun to designate the area of the body involved. Examples include Tinea corporis, which is ringworm of the body Tinea cruris, which is ringworm of the groin (i.e., jock itch ) Tinea capitis, which is ringworm of the scalp and hair Tinea barbae which is ringworm of the beard and Tinea unguium, which is ringworm of the nail. Members of the genus Trichophyton are widely distributed and are the most important and common causes of infections of the feet and nails they may be responsible for tinea corporis, tinea capitis, tinea unguium, and tinea barbae. They are most commonly seen in adult infections, which vary in their clinical manifestations. Most cosmopolitan...

Luliconazole Antifungal [4547

Luliconazole is a member of the imidazole class of antifungal agents, with specific utility as a dermatological antimycotic drug. It was launched last year in Japan as a topical agent for the treatment of athlete's foot. Luliconazole is an optically active drug with (R)-configuration at its chiral center. It is structurally related to la-noconazole, which has been marketed as a racemic mixture since 1994. As with other azole antifungal drugs, the mechanism of action of luliconazole is the inhibition of sterol 14-a-demethylase, and subsequently, inhibition of ergosterol biosynthesis. In C. albicans, luliconazole inhibits ergosterol biosynthesis with an IC50 of 14 nM, and it is about 2.5-fold more potent than lanoconazole (IC50 36 nM), and 28-fold more potent than bifonazole (IC50 3 90 nM). The corresponding (S)-enantiomer of luliconazole is virtually inactive. In vitro, luliconazole exhibits strong antifungal activity against Trichophyton mentagrophytes and Trichophyton rubrum, with...

Epidemiology And Pathogenesis

The dermatophytes break down and utilize keratin as a source of nitrogen but are usually incapable of penetrating the subcutaneous tissue, unless the host is immunocompromised even in this situation, however, penetration into the subcutis is rare. The genus Trichophyton is capable of invading the hair, skin, and nails, whereas the genus Microsporum involves only the hair and skin the genus Epidermophyton involves the skin and nails. Common species of dermatophytes recovered from clinical specimens, in order of frequency, include Trichophyton rubrum, Trichophyton mentagrophytes, Epidermophyton floccosum, Trichophyton tonsurans, Microsporum canis, and Trichophyton verrucosum,151 The frequency of recovery of these species may differ by geographic local. Other geographically limited species are described elsewhere.

Doripenem Antibiotic [2225

Eberconazole is a new member of the azole class of antifungal agents, and it is indicated for the topical treatment of cutaneous fungal infections, including tinea corporis (ringworm of the body), tinea cruris (ringworm of the groin) and tinea pedis (athlete's foot) infections. Its mode of action is similar to that of other azole antifungals, namely inhibition of fungal lanosterol 14a-demethylase. Eberconazole exhibits good in vitro activity against a wide range of Candida species, including Candida. tropicalis, dermatophytes and Malassezia spp. yeasts. It shows good activity against Candida. Parapsilosis (MIC90 0.125 mg mL), which is a relevant species in skin and nail disorders. In addition, eberconazole is effective against some of the highly triazole-resistant yeasts such as Candida. glabrata and Candida. krusei, as well as fluconazole-resistant Candida. albicans. However, eberconazole is less active than clotrimazole and ketoconazole against Candida. neoformans and a number of...

Phototherapy and Laser Therapy of Acne

Sebum is, in a sense, the central problem in acne. Without it, P. acnes cannot proliferate and acne would not exist. The most effective drug for the disease isotretinoin exerts the majority of its effects on sebum secretion. A light-based treatment that targets sebum production would have the potential to cure acne. Could one do without sebaceous glands Most likely. The function of sebum is unknown it may serve to inhibit invading bacteria such as dermatophytes and streptococci, but children do well with no sebum and adults have little-to-no sebaceous activity on the extremities with no ill effects.

Advances In Agents Of Known Mechanism Of Action

Allvlamines - The allylamine mechanism of action reversibly inhibits squalene epoxidase, a key enzyme in ergosterol biosynthesis, resulting in accumulation of intracellular squalene, which blocks new sterol synthesis and diminishes membrane ergosterol content. The best-known compound is terbinafine (Lamisil, 19) that is available as both an oral formulation and a topical preparation for the treatment of dermatophyte infections (37,38). Terbinafine has good antifungal activity against C. albicans and the maleate salts are used for the systemic and topical treatment of fungal infections, especially fungal sinusitis infection and onychomycosis (39,40).

In vivo infection models

Two in vivo efficacy models in guinea pigs have been reported. In the first study, the authors infected the nails and toes of guinea pigs creating both onychomycosis and tinea pedis (fungal infection of the surrounding skin). They then used this model to show the efficacy of a topically applied triazole in comparison with amorolfine and terbinafine. All three were effective in clearing the tinea pedis, but only the experimental triazole showed efficacy against onychomycosis 27 . The second model was developed as an optimized in vivo model for dermatophytosis. The authors shaved and abraded the skin on the back of guinea pigs and infected the site with T. mentagrophytes. After the infection was established, the animals were treated with oral and topical formulations of terbinafine and observed for improvement of the infection 56 . In this study, 1 topical terbinafine treatment had 100 clinical and mycological efficacy. Although this is a model for dermatophytosis, this model was used...

Drug Therapy

Because of the length of time required to observe new nail growth, clinical trials typically take around 9-12 months (either 3 months systemic treatment with 6-9 months follow up or 6-9 months topical treatment with 3-6 months follow up). During this time, the infected nails can be monitored for growth of new clear nail and for presence of viable dermatophytes. Efficacy is usually recorded in one of three ways mycological cure, clinical cure or complete cure. Standard definitions of these cures are not completely uniform each report usually provides the criteria that were used in the study. A mycological cure is defined by the extent of eradication of the fungi. It is assessed by removing a section of nail and screening for the presence of dermatophytes by microscopy and by culturing the nail for growth of dermatophytes in vitro. A clinical cure is defined by the extent of new nail growth at the proximal fold which is visibly clear of infection. A complete cure is defined when a...

Systemic treatments

Terbinafine (1), a representative of the allylamine class of antifungal agents, inhibits squalene epoxidase 16,17 and thereby prevents the biosynthesis of ergos-terol, a key ingredient in the fungal cell wall. Terbinafine is active against dermatophytes, M. furfur, Aspergillus species and some Candida species including C. parapsilosis however, it is fungistatic against C. albicans 2 . A single oral dose of 250 mg terbinafine given to humans produces peak plasma concentrations of 1 mg mL within two hours 14 . It is 99 protein bound and has a half-life of about 36 hours. It is administered at a dose of 250mg once daily for 6 weeks for finger nails or 12 weeks for toe nails 14 . One study showed that terbinafine localizes in the stratum corneum via sebum 18 . Terbinafine has a cLogP of 6.5 and a molecular weigh of 292 Da. Itraconazole (2), which is from the azole class of antifungal agents, inhibits la-nosterol 14 a-demethylase and thus stops the biosynthesis of ergosterol. It has broad...

Topical treatments

Treatment of onychomycosis by topical methods has been met with limited success and reasons for this will be explored in more detail in Section 3. As with treating skin fungal infections such as tinea pedis (athletes foot), topical application for onychomycosis would seem the obvious choice. However, unlike the stratum corneum, the nail plate is a more difficult barrier to penetrate, requiring the drug to have much different physicochemical properties than are required for skin penetration. The two main topical treatments used today are ciclopirox and am-orolfine, both of which are formulated in lacquers that are painted onto the infected nails. The lacquer dries to leave a water-insoluble film on top of the infected nail, which then acts like a drug depot releasing the drug into the nail plate 21,22 . Tioconazole has also been used but has been largely replaced by ciclopirox and amorolfine. The relative lack of clinical efficacy seen by topical antifungal treatments has led to a...


Allylamines are antifungal agents targeted to squalene epoxidase, an enzyme necessary for ergosterol biosynthesis. Naftifine (12) was the first allylamine agent introduced in therapy in the early 1980s as 1 cream or gel for topical use. It has fungicidal activity against dermatophytes and fungistatic activity against Candida species. Its sensitizing capacity seems to be greater than in the commonly used azoles 58 . Terbinafine (13) was approved in 1990s in the UK and USA for the treatment of onychomycosis. It is the most frequently prescribed oral antifungal agent in North America, for onychomycosis. Eighteen randomized controlled trials have shown terbinafine to be highly effective with mycological cure of 76 . 13 has an established safety profile and very low occurrence of drug interactions 59 . An improved antifungal composition for topical application to the skin and nails has been developed for allylamines (naftifine or terbinafine) 60 . A formulation to provide a product having...

Athletes Foot

Athlete's foot (known medically as tinea pedis) is a common fungal infection of the foot. It affects mainly adolescent and adult males. The tinea fungus readily grows in moist, damp areas such as shower stalls and floors. Sweating and inadequate ventilation of the feet provide ideal conditions for growth of the fungus. To diagnose athlete's foot, your doctor will examine the affected areas of your skin and may remove a small sample of skin to examine under a microscope. The doctor will prescribe an antifungal cream to be applied to your skin. If the athlete's foot is severe, he or she may prescribe oral antifungal medication. You will need to use all of the antifungal medication prescribed even if your skin looks and feels better to be sure that the infection has been completely eliminated.

Diversi Lab Analysis

Automation of the DiversiLab System allows sample processing, analysis, and report generation to be completed for 13 samples in approximately 4 h with an additional hour for every 13 extra samples (Healy et al., 2005). Strain-level discrimination using the DiversiLab System has been seen with mycobacteria (Cangelosi et al., 2004 Gira et al., 2004), Staphylococcus aureus (Shutt et al., 2005), Lactobacillus (Land et al., 2005), Aspergillus (Healy et al., 2004), zygomycetes (D. Kontoyiannis et al., 2005), dermatophytes (Pounder et al., 2005), and Candida (Chau et al., 2004 Li et al., 2004). The DiversiLab System is also applicable to atypical organisms, including archeabacteria, mycobacteria (ATCC, Technical Bulletin, 2005), and anaerobes (Spigaglia and Mastrantonio, 2003). This wide utility makes DiversiLab an excellent tool for the clinical microbiology laboratory.

The Hands

Lesions on the hands (and feet) can also be caused by infectious and parasitic conditions, including dermatophytosis, scabies, and herpes simplex, which can all on occasion mimic contact reactions. The morphology and distribution help, and a potassium hydroxide (KOH), Tzanck test, and or culture will confirm the diagnosis.

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