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Ringworm is a fungal infection that begins as a raised area about the size of a pea but grows to a ring-like structure under the skin, according to KidsHealth. It looks like a worm under the skin. Athlete's foot, Candida...

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Symptoms of a fungal throat infection, or esophageal thrush, include pain in the esophagus, nausea, vomiting, pain when swallowing and white lesions on the esophageal lining, states Healthline. An infection that spreads ...

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Forms of aspergillosis that affect the sinuses do not usually spread to other parts of the body, states the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These include allergic Aspergillus sinusitis, which causes inflammat...

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Most fungal skin infections respond well to antifungal creams or shampoos, according to KidsHealth. To determine the appropriate medication, the doctor may scrape some of the irritated skin for microscopic examination or...

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Facial pimples form when the sebaceous glands overproduce oil, known as sebum, causing skin inflammation as the pores become clogged with oil and dead skin cells, according to KidsHealth. The pore wall opens and releases...

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Symptoms of scalp fungus include patches of scaly skin around or above the scalp, brittle or fragile hair, tender or painful scalp, and gray or reddened scaly areas, according to Mayo Clinic. Patches may have small black...

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Treatment for adult diaper rash involves keeping the skin dry, leaving diapers off as much as possible, and delicately washing the affected area with warm water, making sure to dry the area thoroughly afterwards, states ...

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