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Seaborric dermatitis in infants

Hello Docs.. A 3 and half month old male baby is having this type of scalp lesion. Baby is not crying but once in a while he tries to pluck his hair and grab his hair. Any treatment is necessary and can it be because of particular soap/shampoo ? Thank you!

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It is S D wash with ketacanazole soap Apply fucibact oint twice daily Azithromycin suspension 40mg per day once daily Atarax syp Review after one week
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S.D Scalp Dermatitis Fricitional T.capitis
Sebhorric dermatitis
Alopecia in children.. Alopecia is an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss. Your immune system attacks the follicles from which hair grows. About 1 out of every 1,000 children has the localized version called alopecia areata. ... alopecia areata: bald patches form on the child's scalp. In children, common causes include fungal or bacterial infections, telogen effluvium (stress-related hair loss), and traction alopecia. However, the most common cause of hair loss in children is scalp ringworm, which is a treatable fungal infection.
Thanx dear dr.Sebastaji.
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It is S D wash with ketacanazole soap Apply fucibact oint twice daily Azithromycin suspension 40mg per day once daily Atarax syp Review after one week
Thanx dr Kute Ankush
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SUGGESTIVE OF SEBORRHEIC SCALP DERMATITIS ... FRICTIONAL
IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? SEBOPSORIASIS.. ? SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS..
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?? Scalp of Tinea Capitis ?? Seborrheic Dermatitis.
Ddx: frictional alopecia, seborrheic dermatitis.
Seborrheic Dermatitis with Telogen Effluvium
Seborrhiec Dermatitis DD Traction alopecia
Thank you, Doctor
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