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Tinea cruris and capitis. Historical medical illustration of cases of tinea cruris, (left) and favus, or severe tinea capitis, (right). Both are forms of ringworm, a fungal infection. Highly contagious, they are spread by direct contact. The lesions cause intense itching, patches of hair loss on the scalp and scaling of the skin. From Atlas of Venereal and Skin Diseases by Prince Albert Morrow, published in 1889.
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