Ringworm

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PARENT/GUARDIAN Prepared by Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department (HSPHD) June 2008 180 Your child may have been exposed to:

Ringworm Fact Sheet – page 2 • Keep your skin and feet clean and dry. • Shampoo regularly, especially after haircuts. • Do not share clothing, towels,

Ringworm in Dogs Drs. Foster & Smith Educational Staff Ringworm is a well known fungus that can infect dogs, cats and humans. Many people have either had or known someone

Ringworm (Tinea) What Is It? Ringworm (or tinea) is a mild and common fungal infection of the skin, scalp, feet or nails. particularly if the diagnosis is ring-worm of the scalp. When Should People with this Illness Be Excluded? There is no need to exclude children/staff with these

YORK — Sarah Roberts planned to add a new member to her pack before Heritage Humane Society closed roughly three weeks ago to deal with illnesses affecting about 20 percent of its animals. On Saturday, at the shelter's grand reopening, she finally took her newest pup home.

Title: Ringworm (tinea) Author: Connie Ronan Wilson Last modified by: Dr. Bob Created Date: 11/6/2003 2:57:14 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show

Minneapolis, MN 55404 Ringworm of the scalp Page 1 of 1 Ringworm of the scalp What is ringworm of the scalp? Ringworm of the scalp is an infection

Fact Sheet: Ringworm What is Ringworm? Ringworm is a skin disease that is caused by fungi. Some of the common places ringworm grows are the feet (athlete’s foot), groin

What Are Dermatophytes? o. Dermatophytes are fungi that are most commonly found on the skin and hair of animals and people. Skin infection caused by dermatophytes is referred to

What is Ringworm? Ringworm is a contagious fungus infection that can affect the scalp, the body (particularly the groin), the feet, and the nails.

Acute Communicable Disease Control Manual (B-73) REVISION— JANUARY 2012 PART IV: Acute Communicable Diseases RINGWORM OF SCALP — page 2 . 3. Advise child -care providers that children’s cots

FACT SHEET RINGWORM OF SKIN AND SCALP (Fungal infection-Tinea Corporis/Tinea Capitis) I:\School Fact Sheets\Ringworm Fact Sheet.doc What is Ringworm?

Club lamb fungus causes a nasty “ringworm” infection in people. It causes acute inflamed areas that may result in scarring. The infection is more severe in young people than adults. Infection of the hands and arms is common in youth and adults who work with infected lambs.

ringworm using both pictures and descriptions. 8 Ringworm of the Scalp Ringworm of the scalp is also known as Tinea Capitis and sometimes referred to as Herpes Tonsurans, Tinea Tonsurans or Fungal Folliculitis of the Scalp. The two types of

Ringworm is one of the easiest zoonotic diseases to contract—and, in the shelter environment, one of the Pictures of the fungus for identification can be found in dermatology textbooks or at doctorfungus.org. A detailed description of

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YORK — Sarah Roberts planned to add a new member to her pack before Heritage Humane Society closed roughly three weeks ago to deal with illnesses affecting about 20 percent of its animals. On Saturday, at the shelter's grand reopening, she finally took her newest pup home.

YORK —Heritage Humane Society will reopen Saturday nearly three weeks after it shut down last month to deal with illnesses that affected about 20 percent of its dog and cat populations.

Animal Humane's $5.6M upgrade reduces illness, improves accommodations

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