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Scrotal skin lesions

42 years old male with T2DM and these skin lesions over the inguino- scrotal region , mainly scrotal lesions,with mild pruritus and mild discomfort

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Scrotal cellulitis with pus discharge after 3- 4 days - secondary to Tinea cruris .patient was put on Amoxyclav 1 gm B.D considering his diabetic status and tab Itraconazole
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SUGGESTIVE OF ..SCROTAL ITCH... DUE. TO TINEA. / FUNGAL INFECTION
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Tinea cruris Maintain normal sugar levels Itracanazole od dose 200 Levocet bd Lulicanazole for local application Review weekly
IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? SCROTAL DERMATITIS.. ? TENIA.. NEED'S.. KOH TEST..
Tinea infections
Scrotal cellulitis with pus discharge after 3- 4 days - secondary to Tinea cruris .patient was put on Amoxyclav 1 gm B.D considering his diabetic status and tab Itraconazole
It nodular scabies with infection Antibiotic Tab Erythromycin 500 mg one tab bd for 7 days Personal hygiene Zero scab lotion to appy locally.
Scortal infection start broad spectrum antibiotics
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