7 yr female child with multiple pustule over the axilla and anterior chest no h/o any associated fever is present no h/o any upper respiratory infection is present diagnosis ?

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Bulbous impetigo CBC, pus c/ s, rupture with sterilized swab,clean part with antiseptic ,start amoxicillin500with clavulanic acid125 , 8 hrly till c/ s reports available and change antibiotics as per need, Tab fexofenadine120 1 HS, Tab aceclofenac and paracetamol sos for pain and fever Try to find out cause and remove the offending agent t is there.

sir he is a child of seven years old so calculate accordingly the dose
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bullous impetigo these pustules can rupture easily, topically mupirocin is good, beta-lactems are good choice of antibiotics like amoxclav 50mg/kg/day divided into two doses for a week, for itching add antihistamines, for pain add nsaids

Homeopathy is best for it
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It's BULLOUS PEMPHIGOID Here see the Blisters from crusts and heal with pigmentary changes. See the base is ERYTHEMATOUS. Lesions occur particularly on the flexural surfaces. Diagnosis by Biopsy

Tense Bullae are also seen With erythematous base. Commonly seen in older adults.
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It can be bullous impetigo or subcornea pustular dermatosis bcoz mensicus sign is present as half level of pus seen which can be seen both scpd nd bullous impetigo,ask h/o for paraglobinemia,multiple myeloma,u can do skin biopsy for ruling out.give antibiotic nd mupirocin cream

It can be a case of bullous impetigo.Clean the part with calendula Q Give a dose of Rhus tox 200.wait for 7 days.Apply calendula gel externaly
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Subcorneal pustular dermatosis

Agree
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? BULLOUS IMPETIGO.. ? SUBCORNEAL PUSTULAR DERMATOSIS..

MULTIPLE PUSTULAR ERUPTIONS AXIALA, WITH NO ERYTHEMA @ BASE OF THE LESION. CONSISTENT WITH BULLOUS IMPEITIGO.

Bullous impetigo

bullous impetigo yes , it is bullous impetigo.

bullous Impetigo

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