Five images of the skin disorder tinea versicolor can be found at the United States National Institutes of Health MedlinePlus website. Performing a search for "tinea versicolor" on MedlinePlus will lead to a page of related linkswhere the first link listed opens the MedlinePlus page for tinea versicolor. In addition to the five images, the page contains a brief description of the condition, including its causes, symptoms, prevention and treatment.
Tinea versicolor typically occurs in hot climates and is caused by Pityrosporum ovale, which is a fungus normally found on skin. The condition results in areas of discoloration on the upper arms, neck, chest and back. There may also be itching and increased sweating. A common form of treatment is the application of a topical antifungal medication to the affected areas, as noted by MedlinePlus.