Runner Up: Terbinafine-Resistant Dermatophytosis in Alabama: Two Cases of Recalcitrant Dermatophytosis and the Dermatologist’s Role in Detection of Drug Resistance and Antifungal Stewardship

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Callie Hill
Mahmoud Ghannoum
Natalie Garcia
Boni Elewski




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