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Small reddish rash on the wrist getting bigger. What is it?

hi i have a small oval shaped dot on my wrist , its a light red and the skin is raised very little its about half an inch across and about 1/4 of an inch in height it does not bother me or and it does not itch and there is no puss coming out if it i haven t gotten bit that i know of and its been there for about 3 weeks its grown 2x its original size can you tell me what it is ?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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Thanks for your query

The lesions you mention might be due to fungal infection .It is called Tinea Corporis.
This has a tendency to spread in the form go an oval ring with a clearing in the centre.Topical anti fungals can be applied for about 2-3 weeks to cure this.
However, since there are possibilities that it might be other similar looking dermatological disorders, you should visit a dermatologist before starting medications.The presence of fungus in doubtful cases can be confirmed by an examination of the skin scraping and culture.
Hope this is helpful
take care!
Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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