Keimyung Medical Journal, Vol.4(1) : 120-123, 1985
Candidiasis is a subacute to chronic disease that primarily involved cutaneous region or mucocutaneous menbrane. k is usually developed in patient who was treated with a long term antibiotics or steroid or in the immunodepressed persons.
The most chracteristic manifastation of the cutaneous candidiasis is well definded, weep, eroded lesions with scalloped broder, having an intensely red base.
We report an atypical cutaneous candidiasis clinically similar to impetigo in 50-year-old female that shows cutaneous erosion and brownish red, thick, scaly, lesions who has suffered from chronic renal failure.