i've had a non-itchy, non-scaly red circularish rash all over trunk & arms for 1 year. use cortisone, comes back & then some. doc not think psorasis?
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Allergy and Immunology 40 years experience
Second opinion: with all due respect to the first doctor, it might not be psoriasis too, but you need a diagnosis, at least a provisional one, good luck
Internal Medicine 45 years experience
? fungal: tinea versicolor could cause a circularish non itchy, non scaly rash....I would first consider using an antifungal, both topical and oral....it may take a while for the rash to go away as tinea needs the sun to even out the rash with the skin....if this does not help, I agree that you will need a diagnosis,probably via biopsy....Dr. Wellner
Last updated Jun 25, 2018
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