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Prevalence of Dermatophytosis Among Primary School Children at Wuntin Dada Primary School Bauchi

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DERMATOPHYTE are unique of fungi that effect the Keratinous tissues of lower animals and human Dermatophytoses is the medical term for fungal infection of the superficial layer of the skin, nail, hair and scalp.  The prevalence study Dermatophytoses in Wuntin Dada Primary School Bauchi is to determine the prevalence of the diseases, the different clinical types and actual species responsible for the infections.  Out of 950 pupils examined, 105 children were found to be with suspected Dermatophyte lesions which is (11.1%) the specimens of hairs, nails, scalps skin scrapping, and toe web scrapings were collected from different age groups and examined between December 2011 to January 2012, out suspected specimens 51 were found to be infected than females, 32 (3.5%) were males and 19 (2%) were females out of 51 infected pupils.  The highest prevalence recorded from age group 6-10 years as (6.6) followed by children whose ages ranged between 11 to 15 years, with (4.9%) and down to (3.5%) at the age ranged of 5 years out of one hundred and five sample that were examined, the common isolates organisms.  Microsporum audouni, Trichophyton rubrum, Microsporum canis, trichophyton mentographytess and Triochophyton tonsarance.  Therefore, precautionary measure should be taken in order to stop the spread of the diseases.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page                                                                                                    i

Declaration                                                                                                 ii

Approval Page                                                                                             iii

Certification                                                                                                 iv

Dedication                                                                                                  v

Acknowledge                                                                                              vi

Abstract

Table of Contents

List of Tables

CHAPTER ONE

1.0             INTRODUCTION

1.1             BACKGROUND INFORMATION

1.2             STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

1.3             JUSTIFICATION

1.1.1      AIM AND OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

1.1.2      SCOPE OF THE STUDY

Chapter two

2.0             LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1     MYCOLOGY OF DERMATOPHYTE INFECTION

2.2     CLINICAL TYPES DERMATOPHYTOSES

2.3     SYMPTOMS OF DERMATOPHYTOSES

2.2.1  HOW ARE DERMATOPHYTE INFECTION SPEAR

2.2.2  TREATMENT OF DERMATOPHYTE INFECTED PATIENT

2.2.3  PREVENTION OF DERMATOPHYTE INFECTION

CHAPTER THREE

3.0             MATERIAL AND METHOD

3.1             SAMPLE SIZE MATERIALS

3.2             SAMPLE COLLECTION

3.3             LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS MATERIALS

3.3.1      PROCESSING OF SAMPLE

3.3.2      DIRECT MICROSCOPY

3.3.3      CULTURE METHOD

Chapter four

4.0             RESULT

Chapter five

5.0             DISCUSSION CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

5.1     DISCUSSION

5.2     CONCLUSION

5.3     RECOMMENDATION

 

LIST OF TABLES

4.1     Table of Prevalence of Dermaphytoses in Wuntin Dada Primary School

A       Table of Males Pupils

B       Table of Females Pupils

C       Table of the Both Males and Females Pupils

4.2     Table of Clinical Manifestation in Relation to Sex

          Table 2

A       Table of Males

B       Table of Females

C       Table of Total Males and Females Pupils

4.3     Identification

Prevalence of Dermatophytosis Among Primary School Children at Wuntin Dada Primary School Bauchi

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Project ID MCB0264
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
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    Department Microbiology
    Project ID MCB0264
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 29 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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