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I have white, flaky spots on my arms that have been slowly increasing over the last six months. It seems they've stopped increasingwhat could they be?
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Dr. Morris Westfried
Dermatology
In brief: Tinea versicolor
This could be tines versicolr which occurs on the arms.
Back amd chest. It is a mild fungus infection and is treatable with selenium sulfide lotion or topical antifungal spray. This does recur in 1-2 years in people are susceptible.

In brief: Tinea versicolor
This could be tines versicolr which occurs on the arms.
Back amd chest. It is a mild fungus infection and is treatable with selenium sulfide lotion or topical antifungal spray. This does recur in 1-2 years in people are susceptible.
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