Endothrix

Endothrix refers to dermatophyte infections of the hair that invade the hair shaft and internalize into the hair cell. This is in contrast to exothrix (ectothrix), where a dermatophyte infection remains confined to the hair surface. Using an ultraviolet Wood`s lamp, endothrix infections will not fluoresce whereas some exothrix infections may fluo....
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endothrix

(en┬┤do-thriks) a dermatophyte whose growth and spore production are confined chiefly within the shaft of a hair.
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endothrix

endothrix A dermatophyte whose growth and spore production are confined chiefly within the shaft of the hair, without formation of conspicuous external spores; such fungi include Trichophyton tonsurans and Trichophyton violaceum.
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endothrix

Fungal spores (conidia) invading the interior of a hair shaft; there is no conspicuous external sheath of spores, as there is with ectothrix. ... Origin: endo-+ G. Thrix, hair ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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endothrix

Type: Term Pronunciation: en′dō-thriks Definitions: 1. Fungal spores (conidia) invading the interior of a hair shaft; there is no conspicuous external sheath of spores, as there is with ectothrix.
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