A 28 y/o male presented with a complaint of lesions in his left axillary region. He has no history of skin conditions, but he states that his father used to get similar rashes on his neck. The lesions are itchy and slightly painful and worsen when he sweats during exercise. On examination, an inflamed and hyperpigmented plaque with superimposed vesicular lesions, some are crusted also. Can you suggest any diagnosis?

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acanthosis nigricans

Allergic dermatitis with painful Tinea infection with erythematous rash requires .adsorbent antifungals with steroid for at least 7 days course intially followed by next dose .avoid allergic foods

Tinea infections

? ATOPIC DERMATITIS.. ? TENIA INFECTION.. ? PRURITUS AXILLARY DERMATITIS..

Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir..
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Erythrasma Tinea infection

Extended large Tinea infection... Anti fungal //Micanazole + Steroid ointment application./ Careful about hygeine.

Tinea infection Itraconazole 200mg od. Zocon 150mg weekly. Levocet 5mg bd. Clean area with diluted betadine lotion apply lulliconazole oint locally bd. Keto soap and powder locally. Improve general health and personal hygiene. Keep area clean and covered with sterile gauge.

Thanks Dr Pushkar Bhomia
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ALLERGIC DERMATITIS

TENIA infection Itraconazole 200mg od for one month Sertaconazole oint Antihistamines

Thank you, Doctors
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Nevus melanosis

Tnx Dr Shalni Bhaumik
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