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Girl 4yr c/o- itching on head ,fever since 3days first lesion appeared on forehead 2days back she scratched it after that lesion spreads on whole head so plz Suggest Dx n Rx

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Let's discuss this case point by point 1. History - fever for three days and rash was noticed 2 days back. Rash were spread wherever scratched. This suggest the disease process is infectious and locally spreading by touch. 2. CBC - showing polymorphonuclear leucocytosis with microcytic hypochromic anaemia with anisopoikilocytosis. 3. Pls magnify the image then you may appreciate the some pustular lesions and some scabs, crusting and some hypopigmentations. So this is the case of IMPETIGO CONTAGIOSA. treat with oral antibiotics preferably augmentin for 5 days, PCM SOS, and local antibiotic cream such as muprocin. Regards
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Let's discuss this case point by point 1. History - fever for three days and rash was noticed 2 days back. Rash were spread wherever scratched. This suggest the disease process is infectious and locally spreading by touch. 2. CBC - showing polymorphonuclear leucocytosis with microcytic hypochromic anaemia with anisopoikilocytosis. 3. Pls magnify the image then you may appreciate the some pustular lesions and some scabs, crusting and some hypopigmentations. So this is the case of IMPETIGO CONTAGIOSA. treat with oral antibiotics preferably augmentin for 5 days, PCM SOS, and local antibiotic cream such as muprocin. Regards
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Sebborrhic dermititis Rx azithromycin suspension 100mg per day for 5 days Atarex syp 1tsf Locally after shampoo or bath with ketacanazole Apply fucibact oint twice daily Review after one week
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Sebhoric dermatitis with folliculitis Clopgm oint+ Tbact oint locally Syp cefexime c v 100 1 tsf b d Syp calpol 1 tsf tds Syp allgera 1/2 tsf bd for5-7 days
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POSSIBLY.... SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS WITH SECONDARY INFECTION ADVISABLE.... CORRECTION. OF ANAEMIA.... AND MAL NUTRITION
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IT'S A CASE OF.. ? IMPETIGO CONTAGIOSUM.. ? SCALP DERMATITIS / SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS..
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@Dr. Dinesh Vaishnav -seborrheic dermatitis
Impetigo Contagiosum / Seborrhoeic Dermatitis? ?
Seborrheic dermatitis
Seborroic dermatitis
Sebborrhic dermititis
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