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Why hasn’t this groin rash responded to an antifungal?

Why hasn’t this groin rash responded to an antifungal?

 

Case 1:

A 28-year-old man presents for evaluation of a nonresolving rash in his groin. The rash has persisted despite the patient’s use of over-the-counter antifungal creams. What do you suspect?
A. Tinea cruris
B. Candidiasis
C. Erythrasma
D. Intertrigo
E. Seborrhea
F. Psoriasis < br />

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