tinea manus


tinea manus
tinea manuum tinea of the hands, usually between the fingers or on the palms; it almost always accompanies tinea pedis and has the same etiologic agent. It usually presents as hyperkeratosis of affected skin and may be unilateral, but it may also present as skin exfoliation, circumscribed vesicular patches, discrete, red, papulofollicular patches, or red, scaly sheets on the dorsum. Called also ringworm of the hand.

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