meds used for treating tinea versicolor skin infections

Limitations on oral ketoconazole are putting the spotlight on meds used for treating tinea versicolor skin infections.

This fungal infection causes white or pink spots on the skin...which become more noticeable after sun exposure.

Oral ketoconazole was commonly used. But it's no longer approved for ANY skin infection...due to liver damage and other safety concerns.

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