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Tinea VersicolorTinea versicolor is a fungal infection that causes discolored patches of skin. The rash typically affects the chest, mid back, shoulders, and sometimes the arms. Topical antifungal medications and oral medications treat tinea versicolor.
VitiligoGet information about the causes and treatment of vitiligo, a skin disease in which there is a progressive loss of pigment-producing cells or melanocytes, resulting in white spots on the skin. Treatment may involve potent topical steroids, a topical calcineurin inhibitor, or skin grafts.
Tinea Versicolor vs. Vitiligo Topic Guide - Medications and Vitamins
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