Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis for this chronic, slightly pruritic skin finding?
A. Candida cellulitis
B. Erythema migrans
E. Tinea cruris
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E. Tinea cruris
Diagnose tinea cruris.
Tinea cruris, a dermatophyte infection of the groin, pubic region, and thighs, manifests with a characteristic annular lesion with a slight scale; an erythematous, advancing edge; and central clearing.
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