42 year male non diabetic presenting this type of lesion since 2 mounth associated with pruritus but not severe. dx/RX



Skin conditions. Examples include dry skin (xerosis), eczema (dermatitis), psoriasis, scabies, parasites, burns, scars, insect bites and hives. Internal diseases. ... Nerve disorders. ... Psychiatric conditions. ... Irritation and allergic reactions.. Hyperpigmentation..? Acanthosis Nigerians..? tinea corporis..? Pruritus.... Management Avoid items or situations that cause you to itch. ... Moisturize daily. ... Treat the scalp. ... Reduce stress or anxiety. ... Try over-the-counter oral allergy medicine. ... Use a humidifier. ... Use creams, lotions or gels that soothe and cool the skin. ... Avoid scratching.. Medication Antihistamines. Topical steroids or oral steroids. Topical non-steroid creams, such as cooling gels, anti-itching medicines, or capsaicin. Antidepressant medications. Immunosuppressant medications, such as cyclosporine A...

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TINEA CORPORIS with secondary infection Hyperpigmentation Treatment consist of antifungal antiallergetic topical cream and immunosuppressive drugs. And also self care.

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Eczematous dermatitis Cream. Inflobact- 4G Tab. Symfine Tab. BNF

Extensive Tinea Tab gris od Tab levocet HS Keto soap Tyza dusting powder Lulliconazole lotion Ask to maintain local hygiene Ask patient to Trim nails Avoid tight fitting clothes Check BSL Follow up in 7 days


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it's Dx Fungal keratitis ddx are # fungal keratitis # allergic dermatitis # contact dermatitis # scabies as of now Rx by tab Okacet bd for week ont Turbiforce plus topical bd for week tab itmac 100 mg bd for week sos might be helpful,👍

D/D Tinea Nigeria Tinea Corporis et cruris Eczematous dermatitis Steroid induced Tinea infection

? Tinea corporis

Tenia incognito , advised Fluconazole 400 mg every week, Cap Itraconazole 200 mg OD for 15 days, Luliconazole cream locally. Maintain the personal hygiene.

Typical of tinea cruris DD Psoriasis Lichen planus

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