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Concentric rings: an unusual presentation of tinea corporis caused by Microsporum gypseum.

Mycoses

pathology, microbiology, Tinea, Skin, isolation & purification, Microsporum, Humans, Female, Adolescent

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      A case of tinea corporis with the unusual presentation of concentric erythematous rings on the abdomen is reported. The pathogen was identified as Microsporum gypseum. While a number of unusual lesions have been described in M. gypseum infections, we are unaware of any reports on concentric rings.

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      10.1111/j.1439-0507.2006.01204.x
      16466453

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      pathology, microbiology, Tinea, Skin, isolation & purification, Microsporum, Humans, Female, Adolescent

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