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Ringworm Removal - Remove Ringworm in Humans

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Published on Mar 14, 2013

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These microscopic fungi thrive in the top layer of the skin, in the scalp, and in finger and toe nails. All of these infections are known as tinea infections. These fungal infections can overlap and become larger areas made up of groups of these blotches.
The very same fungi which infect humans can infect felines and canines as well, and humans can contract the disease both from other infected humans and animals. Therefore, ringworm in humans doesn't automatically mean that the infection came from a human.
A number of unique but associated kinds of fungi, which includes those in the Trichophyton and Microsporum species, result in ringworm infection on distinct areas of the human body. Though ringworm commonly starts its infection in mild, wet parts of the body like the groin and feet, it is capable of migrating and surviving on any area of the skin, including the scalp. Fungal infections get their names from the part of the body where they occur, so:
- tinea corporis is ringworm on the body;
- tinea unguium is ringworm of the finger nails or toenails;
- tinea capitis is ringworm of the scalp;
- tinea cruris is ringworm of the groin (commonly known as jock itch);
- and tinea pedis is ringworm of the feet (popularly known as athlete's foot).
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