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Athlete’s foot, yeast infections, and ringworm are all examples of _______. A. mycotoxins B. systemic mycosis C. bioremediation decomposition D. dermatomycosis
Jock itch, athlete's foot, and ringworm are all types of fungal skin infections known collectively as tinea. They're caused by fungi called dermatophytes that live on skin, hair, and nails and thrive in warm, moist areas.
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