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Tinea is a medical term used for ringworm. Dermatophytes are a type of fungi that usually grow and live on the skin’s surface and are responsible for causing the ringworm. The infection usually affects any part of the body but mostly the face, groin, feet, hands, scalp and also nails. This infection is very contagious and is transmitted either through direct or indirect contact. People who wear caps for long periods or wear socks are more likely to get ringworm as it thrives in warm and moist areas. Some symptoms that can be identified from a person suffering from a ringworm infection include itching, appearance of reddish circles that have rough slightly raised edges on the skin and scaling.
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