Tinea corporis

What is Tinea corporis?

Tinea corporis is a skin infection due to fungi. It is also called ringworm of the body. The rash begins as a small area of red, raised spots and pimples. The rash slowly becomes ring-shaped, with a red-colored, raised border and a clearer center.

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i have small itchy bumps all over my body. some can only be felt. there are large concentrations around the outsie of elbow . also patches under on...

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hi patches under the breasts can be tinea corporis which may have caused small itchy bumps all over the body called id reaction.once tinea corporis...

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Hi i have had a painful patch of spotty rash on my back under where my bra strap goes, i thought maybe my bra had been too tight, but on closer...

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Brief Answer:
Most likely fungal infection- Tinea corporis.

Detailed Answer:

Thank you for asking HCM

I have gone through your query. Your...

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doctor, i have been suffering from tinea corporis for 3 years now, i have been taking medication for a month(clotrimazole cream + flucos tablets)....

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Hi, I had gone through your question and understand your concerns.

The treatment protocol that you followed was the standard one but somehow it...

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