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LICHEN PLANUS HYPERTROPHICUS

60 years old man itching lesions on scalp and hands since 3 months ... not diabetic, not hypertensive. no history of intake of allopathic medicines take herbal roots and applications. what is diagnosis? treatment plan?

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It's case LICHEN PLANUS HYPERTROPHICUS... multiple violaceous lesions with blue tinge on common sites due to immunity disturbances and old age. Family history also present. Treatment: Moisturizers with salicylic acid topical application. Tacrolimus crea night time... Tab methylprednisolone 4 mg daily after lunch followed by twice in a week. Monitoring his CBP and LFT Non irritant soap ....pH..5.5 and moisture is advisable.
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It's case LICHEN PLANUS HYPERTROPHICUS... multiple violaceous lesions with blue tinge on common sites due to immunity disturbances and old age. Family history also present. Treatment: Moisturizers with salicylic acid topical application. Tacrolimus crea night time... Tab methylprednisolone 4 mg daily after lunch followed by twice in a week. Monitoring his CBP and LFT Non irritant soap ....pH..5.5 and moisture is advisable.
Tinea corporis + capitis with content dermatitis Cap itraconazole 200mg OD Tab Terbitotal 250 mg BD Tab fexofenadine 120mg Sertaconazole 2 %cream for LA Ketoconazole lotion for LA Nuforce soap Flucos dusting powder for LA Maintain hygien Dettol liquid for bath and clothes Avoid oilly and spicy food egg fish chicken burger fast food pizza etc
Hypertropic lichen planus, aggravated due to herbal application
Tinea corporis + capitis with content Dermatitis.
Tinea corporis Contact dermatitis
Lichen planus with Tinea inf
Taenia corporis & t.capitis
Thanks! Dr.Gurcharan Singh
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