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34/ male, with papular lesions since 20 days, as shown in the picture below. No pruritus, no pain, no burning. Distribution over upper arms, back and upper chest. Lesions begin as red tiny macules. No h/o corticosteroid use. No HTN/DM/Obesity. Taking some homoeopathic medicine for immunity enhancement provided at workplace. Provisional diagnosis: miliaria profunda? Treated with Caladryl lotion and antifungal dusting powder. How should the management be planned?

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Aciniform eruptions are definitely Trunk acnes Rx tab azithromycin 250mg 1od for 5days and after that alternately 100mg Tab isotrentoin 20mg 1od clindamycinA oint twice daily Review every fortnightly

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Aciniform eruptions are definitely Trunk acnes Rx tab azithromycin 250mg 1od for 5days and after that alternately 100mg Tab isotrentoin 20mg 1od clindamycinA oint twice daily Review every fortnightly

Thanx dr Manoj Pal
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IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? TRUNCAL ACNE.. ? ACNIFORM ERUPTIONS.. ? MALASSEZIA FOLLICULITIS..

Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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Truncal acne Cap Biodoxy 100mg bd×2weeks Cleargel AP topically Tab Allercet bd

Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta
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Apparently Truncal Acne Doxycycline 1bd Ointment Clindamycin Foristal1bd

Truncal acne dd Molluscum contagiosum

Ddx: keratosis pilaris rubra, miliaria,acne.

Dx-acne vulgaris. Tab doxt 100mg 1bd. Tab zix-p1bd Tab b complex 10d 7days. Clindamycin gel locally.

Acne azithro500 od1 month isotretonion20 mg od3 1/2 month oint clindamycin bd

SUGGESTIVE OF MALASSEZIA FOLLICULITIS DD ACNEIFORM ERUPTIONS

Truncal acne Nioclean gel to be applied locally. Tab Azee 500 mg OD

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