Finally, scaly annular or circular eruptions appearing on the hands, feet, and groin are often caused by fungal infections of the skin. One commonly sees the involvement of the web spaces in between the toes or discoloration of the toenails. These eruptions are best treated with antifungal agents after a skin scraping demonstrates the presence of fungal elements.*In conclusion, rashes can have multiple causes. These descriptions summarize the most common types of rashes encountered in daily life. However, there are many other conditions that are less common and can also cause rashes. These other conditions often require the expertise of a dermatologist for a diagnosis and treatment.
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