Facial picture ring worm
Facial ringworm is arguably the most upsetting type of ringworm due to the visible nature of the symptoms. Here, our Skin Advisor Felicity discusses the causes and symptoms of facial ringworm and, more importantly, how you can treat it using home, herbal and conventional solutions. Facial ringworm, otherwise known as tinea faciei , is a variant of ringworm that commonly affects facial areas such as the forehead, around the eyes, the nose, cheeks and chin. It is considered to be rare, although it is often misdiagnosed or initially confused with other skin conditions such as eczema or rosacea. When facial ringworm occurs in men around the beard area, it is known as tinea barbae. As with other fungal infections, facial ringworm is caused by a strain of the Candida albicans fungus, which is found naturally on your skin and in your digestive tracts as a yeast.
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Tinea faciei | DermNet NZ
DermNet provides Google Translate, a free machine translation service. Note that this may not provide an exact translation in all languages. Tinea faciei is the name used for infection of the face with a dermatophyte fungus. It does not include infection of the beard and moustache area, which is called tinea barbae. Tinea faciei is uncommon and often misdiagnosed at first. Tinea faciei can be due to an anthropophilic human fungus such as Trichophyton rubrum T rubrum.
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Ringworm, Facial (Tinea Faciei)
Tinea infections are commonly called ringworm because some infections form a ring-like pattern on affected areas of the body. Facial ringworm tinea faciei , also known as tinea faciale or ringworm of the face, is a common, non-cancerous benign fungal infection of the surface superficial skin of the face. Facial ringworm may be passed to humans by direct contact with infected people, infected animals, contaminated objects such as towels or the soil.
Tinea faciei, also known as tinea faciale or facial ringworm, is a common infection of the skin on the face caused by a fungus. The infection usually starts out as a red or pink patch, and the patch gradually becomes raised and itchy with the center of the patch appearing as normal skin. This ring-like appearance explains the nickname for tinea infections, ringworm, though this is a misnomer as there is no worm involved. The same fungus that causes tinea corporis a body infection causes tinea faciei. All tinea infections are spread from contact with infected people children commonly spread tinea from one to another , infected animals, or contaminated personal objects such as towels.
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