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KOH Test (Potassium hydroxide test) Principle, Procedure, Results, Uses

KOH Test (Potassium hydroxide test) Principle, Procedure, Results, Uses

A KOH pre-test is a quick, non-invasive procedure to diagnose fungal infections that affect the nails or skin.
The cells are collected from the affected region and put on a slide using an acid composed of potassium hydroxide. They are looked at under a microscope in order to determine if there are evidence of the presence of a mold.

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