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Ptyriasis Versicolor.

45yrs.F. skin eruption on rt. chest and neck. no itching, no BP ,DM. pl. DX & Tr. this is P.V.?

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TINEA VERSICOLOR Caused by an overgrowth of Malassezia furfur. The evoked scale sign may be pathognomonic for TV. The “evoked scale sign” of TV, in which a visible layer of thin scale is elicited by either stretching or scraping the affected skin. This clinical cost-effective test can even be performed in settings in which microscopic potassium hydroxide examination is unavailable.
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Pityriasis versicolor
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TINEA VERSICOLOR Caused by an overgrowth of Malassezia furfur. The evoked scale sign may be pathognomonic for TV. The “evoked scale sign” of TV, in which a visible layer of thin scale is elicited by either stretching or scraping the affected skin. This clinical cost-effective test can even be performed in settings in which microscopic potassium hydroxide examination is unavailable.
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