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Tinea Versicolor and Irritant Dermatitis

Tinea Versicolor and Irritant Dermatitis

Case 1:
Case 1For 10 years, a 32-year-old woman has had an asymptomatic rash on both sides of her neck. She is otherwise healthy.

Do you recognize this rash?

 

A. Acanthosis nigricans.
B. Tinea versicolor.
C. Tinea corporis.
D. Atopic dermatitis.
E. Poikiloderma of Civatte.

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