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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 9: (a and b) Doubled edged tinea corporis of the wrists in the areas subjected to constant friction. (c and d) Tinea corporis of the abdomen and nape of neck where the black religious thread is tied. (e and f) Tinea corporis restricted to ceremonial threads tied on the wrist

Figure 9: (a and b) Doubled edged tinea corporis of the wrists in the areas subjected to constant friction. (c and d) Tinea corporis of the abdomen and nape of neck where the black religious thread is tied. (e and f) Tinea corporis restricted to ceremonial threads tied on the wrist