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Can I put ketoconazole on an elbow that seems to have a fungal infection?

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Dr. Joseph Eastern
Dermatology
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In brief: Get a diagnosis

Elbows are unusual locations for fungal infections, so if Ketoconazole Cream has no effect, see a dermatologist and get a diagnosis (psoriasis is more likely) and appropriate treatment.

In brief: Get a diagnosis

Elbows are unusual locations for fungal infections, so if Ketoconazole Cream has no effect, see a dermatologist and get a diagnosis (psoriasis is more likely) and appropriate treatment.
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