ID#: 17282
The chest of this male patient displayed a mosaic pigmentation pattern, which had been caused by a dermatophytic fungal organism, and is known as tinea versicolor. In this case, the specific dermatophyte was not disclosed, but the pattern covered his chest, upper arms, and upper abdominal regions.
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