Clinical tips: tinea explained

feet with mushrooms: tinea
Tinea, in all its incarnations, is a common problem seen in pharmacies, writes Louis Roller Tinea (ringworm) is a contagious itching skin disease occurring in small circular patches, caused by any of a number of fungi and affecting chiefly the scalp or the feet. The commonest form is Athlete's Foot. Types of tinea include ringworm,

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