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Figure 1: The nail plate histology examination may show some different fungal species characteristics in onychomycosis. (a) Fusarium with large chlamydospores (arrow). (b) Aspergillus with acute angle branching hyphae (arrow). (c) Candida Species with budding spores (arrow). (d) Fungal elements in Scedosporium apiosperium not diagnostic for species. (Periodic acid–Schiff stain, a-d, ×400)

Figure 1: The nail plate histology examination may show some different fungal species characteristics in onychomycosis. (a) <i>Fusarium</i> with large chlamydospores (arrow). (b) <i>Aspergillus</i> with acute angle branching hyphae (arrow). (c) <i>Candida</i> Species with budding spores (arrow). (d) Fungal elements in <i>Scedosporium apiosperium</i> not diagnostic for species. (Periodic acid–Schiff stain, a-d, ×400)