Image of the Week: Erythrasma - Clinical Advisor

Image of the Week: Erythrasma

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This patient has erythrasma, a superficial skin infection caused by Corynebacterium species.

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Erythrasma often occurs in wet skin folds and is more common in diabetic patients. It can be treated topically, but may recur if the conditions are conducive.To see more cases like this, visit Figure 1.

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Erythrasma often occurs in wet skin folds and is more common in diabetic patients. It can be treated topically, but may recur if the conditions are conducive.

To see more cases like this, visit Figure 1.

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