ringworm
Noun

ringworm (uncountable)

  1. A contagious fungal infection of the skin, characterised by ring-shaped discoloured patches, covered by vesicles or scales.
    In superficial mycoses infection is localised to the skin, the hair, and the nails. An example is ringworm or tinea, an infection of the skin by a dermatophyte.
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