Tinea Versicolor

This is caused by Malassezia globosa.It appears as appears as a hypopigmentation of the infected skin.

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Courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Microbiology Laboratory Manual by Gary E. Kaiser, PhD, Professor of Microbiology
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Last updated: September, 2017