Ringworm of the body (fungus corporis) is a rash brought about by a parasitic infection. It's typically a red, irritated, roundabout rash with more clear skin in the centre. Ringworm gets its name as a result of its appearance. No worm is included.
Ringworm of the body is identified with athlete's foot, muscle head itch (fungus cruris) and ringworm of the scalp. Ringworm often spreads by direct skin-to-skin contact with an infected person or creature.
Mellow ringworm frequently reacts to antifungal medications that you apply to your skin. For more-extreme diseases, you may need to take antifungal pills for a little while.
Ringworm is an infectious fungal disease brought about by mould-like parasites that live on the cells in the external layer of your skin. It tends to spread in the accompanying manners: