Tinea corporishttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinea_corporis
Tinea corporis is a fungal infection of the body, similar to other forms of tinea. It may occur on any superficial part of the body.

Other features of tinea corporis include:
- Itching occurs on infected area.
- The edge of the rash appears elevated and is scaly to touch.
- Sometimes the skin surrounding the rash may be dry and flaky.
- Almost invariably, there will be hair loss in areas of the infection if a scalp was affected.

Treatment ― OTC Drugs
* OTC antifungal ointment
#Butenafine [Lotrimin]
  • Ringworm on the arm was observed in this patient.
  • It is characterized by slightly raised edges and accompanied by scales.
  • Ringworm infection
  • Widespread lesion on the buttocks.
  • Typical Tinea corporis ― Annular margin is observed.
  • It is most commonly found in wet or sweaty areas.
  • In this case, it is difficult to distinguish from allergic eczema.
References Tinea Corporis 31335080 
Tinea corporis is a superficial fungal skin infection of the body caused by dermatophytes.
 Diagnosis and management of tinea infections 25403034
In prepubertal kids, the usual infections are ringworm on the body and scalp, while teenagers and adults often get athlete's foot, jock itch, and nail fungus (onychomycosis).