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Is My Rash Ringworm or Something Else?
...The two most common conditions are nummular eczema and granuloma annulare...

Diabetes warning signs
...       Granuloma annulare: This skin condition causes bumps and patches that may be skin-colored, red, pink, or bluish purple...

Granuloma Annulare
Granuloma annulare is a skin condition that is often confused with ringworm, a fungal skin infection...

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