Onychomycosis: managing patients at risk

Buchanan, Polly
June 2006
Journal of Community Nursing;Jun2006, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p35
Academic Journal
Provides an overview of onychomycosis and the treatments available for managing it. Causative organisms; Clinical presentations of the disease; Therapeutic options recommended for various infections.


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