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What is Groin Epidermophytosis?

Description of the disease

Groin epidermophytosis is a fungal skin disease caused by dermatophytes. It spreads through contact with infected people or animals, as well as through contaminated objects.


  • Superficial epidermophytosis
  • Deep epidermophytosis


Symptoms of groin epidermophytosis include itching, redness of the skin, scaling, and blister formation.


The disease is caused by fungi of the genera Trichophyton or Epidermophyton, which thrive in warm and moist environments.


To diagnose groin epidermophytosis, a doctor examines the affected skin and may take a sample for laboratory tests.


Treatment involves the use of antifungal ointments or creams, as well as maintaining hygiene and preventive measures.


To prevent groin epidermophytosis, it is recommended to avoid contact with infected people or animals, as well as to maintain cleanliness and dryness of the skin.


To treat groin epidermophytosis, it is advisable to consult a dermatologist or mycologist.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.