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Is there another condition that could easily be confused with a fungal skin infection?

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Dr. Robert Peppercorn
Dermatology
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In brief: Fungal confusion

The most common conditions that would be confused with fungus on the feet and hands is psoriasis and eczema.
If on the body then it can be confused with nummular dermatitis and granuloma annulare.

In brief: Fungal confusion

The most common conditions that would be confused with fungus on the feet and hands is psoriasis and eczema.
If on the body then it can be confused with nummular dermatitis and granuloma annulare.
Dr. Robert Peppercorn
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Dr. Tsu-Yi Chuang
Dermatology
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In brief: Xerotic eczema

Xerotic eczema, a condition presented commonly in elderly and in winter, can look like ringworm.

In brief: Xerotic eczema

Xerotic eczema, a condition presented commonly in elderly and in winter, can look like ringworm.
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