Pietro Nenoff

Summary

Country: Germany

Publications

  1. Nenoff P, Ginter Hanselmayer G, Tietz H. [Fungal nail infections--an update: Part 1--Prevalence, epidemiology, predisposing conditions, and differential diagnosis]. Hautarzt. 2012;63:30-8 pubmed publisher
    ..In most cases this represents secondary growth of fungi on psoriatic nails. Recently, stigmatization and impairment of quality of life due to the onychomycosis has been proven. ..
  2. Grob H, Wyss F, Wenker C, Uhrlaß S, Kruger C, Mayser P, et al. [Trichophyton mentagrophytes-from snow leopard to man : A molecular approach for uncovering the chain of infection]. Hautarzt. 2018;: pubmed publisher
    ..Treatment of patients was started using topical ointment with azole antifungals, and oral terbinafine 250?mg once daily for 4 weeks. Both adult snow leopards and the asymptomatic young animals were treated with oral itraconazole. ..
  3. Nenoff P, Reinel D, Krüger C, Grob H, Mugisha P, Süß A, et al. [Tropical and travel-related dermatomycoses : Part 2: cutaneous infections due to yeasts, moulds, and dimorphic fungi]. Hautarzt. 2015;66:522-32 pubmed publisher
    ..After hematogeneous spread, Talaromyces marneffei affects the skin and mucous membranes of the mouth. Amphotericin B and itraconazole can be used for therapy. ..
  4. Nenoff P, Krüger C, Mayser P. [Cutaneous Malassezia infections and Malassezia associated dermatoses: An update]. Hautarzt. 2015;66:465-84; quiz 485-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Calcineurin inhibitors, e.g. pimecrolimus and tacrolimus, are reliable in seborrhoeic dermatitis, however are used off-label. ..
  5. Uhrlaß S, Krüger C, Nenoff P. [Microsporum canis: Current data on the prevalence of the zoophilic dermatophyte in central Germany]. Hautarzt. 2015;66:855-62 pubmed publisher
    ..At least in distinct regions of Germany, this zoophilic dermatophyte, which is transferred from guinea pigs to human beings, currently seems to be more frequent when compared to M. canis. ..
  6. Nenoff P, Reinel D, Krüger C, Grob H, Mugisha P, Süß A, et al. [Tropical and travel-related dermatomycoses: Part 1: Dermatophytoses]. Hautarzt. 2015;66:448-58 pubmed publisher
    ..In the tropics, exacerbations and secondary bacterial complications of tinea pedis develop under distinctly promoting conditions. ..
  7. Nenoff P, Krüger C, Schulze I, Koch D, Rahmig N, Hipler U, et al. [Tinea capitis and onychomycosis due to Trichophyton soudanense : Successful treatment with fluconazole-literature review]. Hautarzt. 2018;: pubmed publisher
    ..from Angola) dermatophytoses due to T. soudanense have to be expected. Cultural identification of the pathogen is relatively simple. However, only molecular methods allow the exact discrimination of T. violaceum and T. rubrum. ..
  8. Nenoff P, Overbeck C, Uhrlaß S, Krüger C, Gräser Y. [Tinea corporis due to the rare geophilic dermatophyte Microsporum praecox]. Hautarzt. 2017;68:396-402 pubmed publisher
    ..gypseum. Horses are often the source of infection. In humans, M. praecox causes tinea corporis and tinea capitis. For oral treatment of dermatomycosis due to M. praecox, griseofulvin and terbinafine can be used. ..
  9. Nenoff P, Manos A, Ehrhard I, Kruger C, Paasch U, Helmbold P, et al. [Nonviral sexually transmitted infections-epidemiology, clinical manifestations, diagnostic workup, therapy : Part 3: Treponemes, Gardnerella and trichomonads]. Hautarzt. 2017;68:136-148 pubmed publisher
    ..Oral metronidazole represents the therapy of choice in trichomoniasis. ..

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Publications15

  1. Kargl A, Kosse B, Uhrlaß S, Koch D, Kruger C, Eckert K, et al. [Hedgehog fungi in a dermatological office in Munich : Case reports and review]. Hautarzt. 2018;69:576-585 pubmed publisher
    ..T. erinacei should be considered a so-called emerging pathogen. In Germany the zoophilic dermatophyte T. erinacei should be taken into account as causative agent of dermatomycoses in humans after contact to hedgehogs. ..
  2. Nenoff P, Schorlemmer B, Uhrlaß S, Baunacke A, Friedrichs C, Iffländer J, et al. [Onychocola canadensis Sigler in onychomycosis : A new dermatophyte-like mould in Germany]. Hautarzt. 2016;67:739-49 pubmed publisher
    ..Treatment of choice represents, however, nontraumatic nail avulsion using 40 % urea ointment followed by antifungal nail lacquer with ciclopirox olamine or amorolfine. ..
  3. Nenoff P, Manos A, Ehrhard I, Kruger C, Paasch U, Helmbold P, et al. [Non-viral sexually transmitted infections - Epidemiology, clinical manifestations, diagnostics and therapy : Part 1: Gonococci]. Hautarzt. 2017;68:43-49 pubmed publisher
    ..Intramuscular or intravenous injection of ceftriaxone plus oral azithromycin, each given as single dose is the standard therapy for gonorrhoea. ..
  4. Nenoff P, Manos A, Ehrhard I, Kruger C, Paasch U, Helmbold P, et al. [Non-viral sexually transmitted infections - Epidemiology, clinical manifestations, diagnostics and therapy : Part 2: Chlamydia and mycoplasma]. Hautarzt. 2017;68:50-58 pubmed publisher
    ..Non-gonococcal and non-chlamydial urethritis due to Mycoplasma genitalium can now be diagnosed by molecular biological techniques using PCR and should be treated by azithromycin. ..
  5. Nenoff P, Mügge C, Herrmann J, Keller U. Tinea faciei incognito due to Trichophyton rubrum as a result of autoinoculation from onychomycosis. Mycoses. 2007;50 Suppl 2:20-5 pubmed
    ..An infection caused by Trichophyton rubrum of the face always occurs following autoinoculation from a pre-existing tinea pedis and tinea unguium of feet and toenails, sometimes of the fingernails...
  6. Wendrock Shiga G, Mechtel D, Uhrlaß S, Koch D, Kruger C, Nenoff P. [Tinea barbae profunda due to Trichophyton mentagrophytes after journey to Thailand : Case report and review]. Hautarzt. 2017;68:639-648 pubmed publisher
    ..mentagrophytes after journeys to Southeast Asia. For treatment, oral antifungal agents should be used, first of all terbinafine, alternatively fluconazole or itraconazole. ..