Malhotra YK, Garg MP, Kanwar AJ.
J Trop Med Hyg. 1979 Mar;82(3):59-61.
A school survey of Tinea capitis in Benghazi revealed an incidence of 4.49 per cent. The commonest clinical type which accounted for 87.7 per cent of the cases, resembled Seborrhoea capitis more than with any classical type described so far. T. schoenleinii and T. violaeceum were the most frequent isolates.
Keywords: A school survey of tinea capitis in Benghazi, Libya.