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Tinea cruris, also known as crotch itch, crotch rot, Dhobi itch, eczema marginatum, gym itch,jock itch, jock rot, scrot rot and ringworm of the groin is a dermatophyte fungal infection of the groin region in any sex, though more often seen in males. In the German sprachraum this condition is called tinea inguinalis (from Latin inguen = groin) whereas tinea cruris is used there for a dermatophytosis of the lower leg (Latin crus).

Tinea cruris is similar to, but different from Candidal intertrigo, which is an infection of the skin by Candida albicans. The latter is more specifically located between intertriginous folds of adjacent skin, which can be present in the groin or scrotum, and be indistinguishable from fungal infections caused by tinia. However, candidal infections tend to both appear and with treatment disappear more quickly. It may also affect the scrotum.

Symptoms and Complications of Tinea Cruris (Jock Itch):

Tinea is often painful or itchy, but not in every case. There are visual clues to help identify a fungal infection. These include:

Inflammation of the groin, anal area, and upper thigh - not including the genitals themselves
slightly raised patch
sharp borders
expanding or spreading, with clearing in the center
dry or scaly blisters (occasionally oozing or crusting)
abnormally dark or light skin
skin redness or inflammation
Fungal infections often spread out in a circle, leaving normal-looking skin in the middle. At the leading edge of the infection the skin is raised, red, and scaly.

Affected areas may appear red, tan, or brown, with flaking, rippling, peeling, or cracking skin.

The acute infection begins with an area in the groin fold about a half-inch across, usually on both sides. The area may enlarge, and other sores may develop. The rash has sharply defined borders that may blister and ooze.