1F2Z/B35-B49 Mycoses, unspecified



Mycoses, unspecified is a type of fungal infection caused by a variety of fungi, including yeasts, molds, and dermatophytes. It may be caused by contact with contaminated soil, animals, or other people, as well as contact with water, food, or other objects that contain fungi.


Mycoses, unspecified is typically diagnosed through skin or tissue samples taken from the affected area, or through blood tests and other laboratory tests. A doctor may also order imaging tests, such as X-rays or CT scans, to rule out other conditions.

Differential diagnosis

Mycoses, unspecified can be difficult to differentiate from other skin conditions, such as eczema, psoriasis, or dermatitis. Other conditions that could be mistaken for mycoses, unspecified include bacterial infections, allergic reactions, or autoimmune disorders.


Treatment for mycoses, unspecified may involve antifungal medications, such as oral tablets or topical creams or ointments. In some cases, a doctor may also recommend lifestyle changes, such as avoiding contact with contaminated items, keeping the affected area clean and dry, and wearing loose-fitting clothing.


The prognosis for mycoses, unspecified is usually good if the infection is treated promptly and correctly. In many cases, the infection can be cleared up within a few weeks of starting treatment. However, it is important to continue treatment for the full course of medication to ensure complete clearance of the infection.

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