AffDerm in the News: Tinea InVersicolor – A Rare Distribution of a Common Eruption

pityriasis versicolor

Our dermatology residents and providers have been hard at work researching and reporting on a rare case of Pityriasis Versicolor that was recently presented in clinic. As authors of this research, Drs. Andrew Newman, Lydia Shedlofsky, Yebabe Mengesha, and Brooke Blumetti have coined this rare skin condition: Tine InVersicolor. This case report will help medical students, clinicians and professionals alike understand and properly treat this skin condition.

We are so proud of our talented team of dermatologists for their dedication to the health of our patients as well as their accomplishments and advancements in the field of dermatology. Please help us congratulate them on their hard work by commenting below and sharing their research!

Read their peer-reviewed article in The Cureus Journal of Medical Science here.

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