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Tinea facialis is dermatophytosis of the glabrous facial skin, characterized by a well-circumscribed erythematous patch, and is more commonly misdiagnosed than any other dermatophytosis.


Causes:

Unknown



Symptoms:

May present as well-demarcated macule or plaque of variable size with elevated border and central regression, minimal scaling usual. Area pink to red and hyperpigmented in black patients. Can affect any area of the skin but not usually symmetrical.

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