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당뇨병 환자의 족부 진균 질환 유병률과 당뇨병성 족부 질환과의 상관성 조사

Other Titles
 Prevalence of Fungal Infection on Foot in Diabetic Patients and Correlation between Diabetic Ulcer and Fungal Infection on Foot 
Authors
 이광훈  ;  이주희  ;  유희준  ;  김종민  ;  김광중  ;  노병인  ;  서성준  ;  원영호  ;  최광성  ;  박성욱  ;  함정희  ;  이준영  ;  이애영  ;  최응호  ;  박석돈  ;  강원형  ;  이종석  ;  김시용  ;  김진우  ;  변대규  ;  이일수  ;  박욱화  ;  권경술  ;  김기호  ;  박철종  ;  김상원  ;  손숙자  ;  송해준  ;  김낙인  ;  김계정  ;  김형옥  ;  조백기  ;  이정덕 
Citation
 Korean Journal of Dermatology, Vol.41(7) : 908-915, 2003 
Journal Title
 Korean Journal of Dermatology (대한피부과학회지) 
ISSN
 0494-4739 
Issue Date
2003
MeSH
Diabetes mellitus ; Fungal infection ; Foot ulcer
Keywords
Diabetes mellitus ; Fungal infection ; Foot ulcer
Abstract
Object : The purpose of this study was to determine the prevalence of fungal infection and ulcer on the feet of diabetic patients and the existence of correlation between ulcer and fungal infection. Methods : A total 21,693 outpatients diagnosed as diabetes mellitus at the department of endocrinology of 32 hospitals were examined. The diabetic patients with foot problems were consulted to the department of dermatology. Physical examination and KOH preparation were performed. Results : 13,271 patients had certain kinds of foot problem, accounting for 61.2% of 21,693 diabetics examined. Of these, fungal foot disease were found in 10,403 that constituted 78.4% (48.0% of the entire diabetic population). Tinea pedis was the diagnosis in 6,496 (29.9%), onychomycosis in 7,783 (35.9%), and coexistence was in 3,883 (17.9%). Foot deformity was in 1,346 (6.2% of diabetics; 10.1% of foot disease), non-palpable pulse in 1,051 (4.8% ; 7.9%), and foot ulcer was in 425 (2.0% ; 3.2%), following in a descending order of frequency. Odds ratios for diabetic foot ulcer were 2.5 in patients with the foot deformity, 1.6 with fungal foot disease and 2.2 with non-palpable pulse. Conversely, Odds ratios for fungal foot disease were 2.5 with foot deformity, and 1.6 with foot ulcer. A total of 5,486 patients paid a visit to the department of dermatology. Of these, 4,519 patients were diagnosed with fungal infection through physical examination and KOH smear by dermatologists. The population comprised of 2,272 males and 2,247 females, showing similar prevalence between sexes. However, age did have positive correlation regarding prevalence of fungal foot disease. The number of diabetic patients with toenail problems was 3,847 patients (70%) and onychomycosis was proven mycologically in 3,276. Onychomycosis of distal subungal type was the most common clinical finding, most frequently involving the great toenails. Abnormal skin findings of the foot were seen in 3,885(70.8%) and tinea pedis was found in 3,209 (58.5%), most commonly involving the soles. Conclusion : This study showed that fungal infection might be regarded as a risk factor of foot ulcer. Treatment of fungal infection in diabetic patients might prevent diabetic foot disease such as ulcer and reduce the disability, morbidity and mortality in diabetic patients.
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DOI
OAK-2003-01005
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1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > Dept. of Dermatology (피부과학교실) > 1. Journal Papers
Yonsei Authors
Lee, Kwang Hoon(이광훈)
Lee, Ju Hee(이주희) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1739-5956
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/114165
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