Tinea Cruris (Fungal Infection)
Tinea cruris is a common infection caused by the fungus, tinea. The fungus thrives in moist, warm areas of the body, and so the infection is most common in the buttocks, groin, and genitals. It is usually treated with antifungal creams.
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