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Nail Fungal (NF) Panel

Genesis Nail Fungal (NF) Assay

Genesis Labs Nail Fungal (NF) Assay

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Genesis Labs Molecular Diagnostics Nai Scabies
  • Studies have found that only about 50%-60% of cases of abnormal nail appearance were caused by fungus
  • Some insurance companies require laboratory test confirmation in order for antifungal medicine to be covered
  • Oral antifungal drugs:
  • Lamisil (Terbinafine) must be used with caution in patients with liver disease
  • Identification could be critical for both treatment and patient coverage
    Expansiveness of the panel for correct diagnosis and eradication (27 and 1)
    • Aspergillus spp. / Sarcoptes scabiei
    • Prevalence of nail involvement in children with confirmed scabies was as high as 6.4% in select settings. Nails should not be overlooked during scabies treatment.
  • Sporanox (Itraconazole): treatment of choice for onychomycosis caused by Candida yeast and non-dermatophytic molds.

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Willyard, C. (2013). Companies go toe to toe as topical treatments for nail fungus bloom. Nature Medicine19(7), 794.

Bongomin, F., Batac, C. R., Richardson, M. D., & Denning, D. W. (2018). A review of onychomycosis due to Aspergillus species. Mycopathologia183(3), 485-493.

Tempark, T., Lekwuttikarn, R., Chatproedprai, S., & Wananukul, S. (2017). Nail scabies: an unusual presentation often overlooked and mistreated. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics63(2), 155-159.

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