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Tinea Corporis 

Tinea Corporis ( RingWorm) is a fungal infection on the outer layer of the skin which can affect any part of the body including hands, feet, face, scalp, nails, beard, and groin. The infection generally causes pink-to-red, round itchy patches with raised scaly borders that tend to be clear in the center. It's ordinarily called ringworm -as it has characteristics of ring-shaped lesions. 


How to know if you have

Tinea Corporis?

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Scaly Itchy Ring 

A scaly ring-shaped area, typically on the buttocks, trunk, arms, and legs.  The area surrounded by tinea corporis is very itchy

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Red Bumps

A clear or scaly area inside the ring, perhaps with a scattering of red bumps


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Expanding Rings

Slightly raised, expanding rings 


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