A skin rash called canela skin is the result of a fungus, a new study shows.
The study, published online Monday in the journal Nature Communications, suggests that the fungus can cause severe skin rashes that could lead to death, infection and blindness.
The fungus has a similar look to a fungus that causes the skin rash that can cause sunburn, said study author Matthew P. Brown, a researcher in the Department of Dermatology and Plastic Surgery at the University of Michigan Health System.
Brown and his colleagues looked at cases of canela rash, a skin rash commonly associated with sunburn and other conditions.
They also looked at the rate of skin rash and the severity of the rash.
In the first two years of the study, the rate was 0.8 cases per 100,000 person-years, but it jumped to about 1.6 cases per 1,000 in the fourth year, the researchers report.
The researchers say the increase in cases could be linked to the growth of the fungus in skin.
This growth led to increased rates of sunburn in some of the patients, which led to more severe skin lesions.
In addition, the skin lesions were associated with a greater incidence of the fungi, which was associated with more severe infections.
The researchers speculate that this may be because of the higher rates of infections in the community.
The researchers did not study the effect of antibiotics on the rash, and the results are preliminary.
However, the findings suggest that antibiotics should be used as soon as possible to help control infections and avoid skin-scaring skin rash.