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人體皮膚表面 및 衣類內의 眞菌叢과 皮膚反應에 關한 硏究

Studies on the Flora of the Fungus from Human Skin Surfaces and Clothing, and the Skin Test with Fungul Antigens

중앙의학 1967년 12권 6호 p.583 ~ 599
우준식,
소속 상세정보
우준식 (  ) - 경북대학교 의과대학 피부과학교실

Abstract


From January through June 1964 mycological studies were carried out to observe the flora of skin surface and from May 1963 through June 1964 similar studies of flora on clothing were made.
The materials were collected from soldiers, school-children, orphans, beggars, cooks,
boiler men, nurses and residents fo for the aged homes.
Also, skin tests were made on healthy soldiers with various fungal antigens. The results obtained were as follows:
A. Fungi on the skin surfaces.
1. The total colonies isolated were 2,946, among which the commonest genera were penicillium (65.-95%), hormodendrum (9.64%), aspergillus (3.73%), alternaria (2.95%), and rhizopus (2.92%) in the decreasing order.
2. The monthly distribution of total colonies were increased in March and April,
and suddenly decreased in June.
3. Penicillium was increased- in May, hormodendrum was increased in March through April and markedly decreased in May through June, aspergillus was increased in May but showed no significante changes in other months, alternaria was increased in March, and rhizopus -was increased in March through April.
4. The number of colonies isolated from the various skin surfaces, in order of frequency, were as follows: palm, sole, face, dorsal hand, neck, buttock, dorsal foot, chest, and back. Colonies were observed more frequently on exposed areas of the body than on the unexposed areas.
5. There were some variations in distribution of fungal species according to different
occupations: more frequently isolated from the school-children and elders, but less frequently isolated from women.
6. Penicillium was more frequently isolated regardless of occupation: hormodendrum
was increased among the children, beggars, and cooks: aspergillus and alternaria were increased among children and women: and rhizopus was increased among cooks.

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