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Skin lesion KOH test

Skin lesion KOH test

Skin lesion KOH test: A skin lesion KOH test is performed to identify infectious fungi in a patient's skin. Various samples can be placed on a glass slide and treated with potassium hydroxide (KOH), which disintegrates non-fungal cells and reveals any fungi under microscopic examination.

Skin lesion KOH test: Other Names

Other names for Skin lesion KOH test include:

  • Fungal wet prep
  • Potassium hydroxide skin test

Symptoms Associated with Skin lesion KOH test

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Diseases Associated with Skin lesion KOH test

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