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Dermatomycosis - gms - very high mag.jpg
Micrograph of a superficial dermatomycosis. The fungal organisms are the dark staining, thick, quasi-linear objects below with skin surface. Vulvar biopsy. GMS stain.
Classification and external resources
Specialty infectious disease
ICD-10 B35-B36
ICD-9-CM 110-111
DiseasesDB 32449
MeSH D003881

A dermatomycosis is a skin disease caused by a fungus.[1] This excludes dermatophytosis.

Examples of dermatomycoses are tinea and cutaneous candidiasis.