Mycoses (which exhibit a wide range of symptoms) have often been named according to the part of the body affected (e.g., bronchomycosis, dermatomy-cosis, tinea capitis, ringworm of the scalp, athlete's foot) or the name of the pathogen (e.g., aspergillosis, cryptococcosis, dermatophytosis, rhinosporidiosis), and they have been categorized as cutaneous, subcutaneous, systemic, opportunistic, and iatrogenic, although these divisions are not mutually exclusive. In this study, for convenience, mycoses are considered under ringworm, candidiasis (including thrush, which is oral candidiasis), systemic mycoses, and opportunistic and iatrogenic mycoses.

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