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Taenia corporis with secondary infection.

A 5month baby has such type of skin infection over back of rt shoulder.kindly interpreate the lesion.and advise.

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Underlying skin lesion:tinea with superadded lesion,due to misuse or overuse of highly potent steriod cream causing atrophic skin lesion !!

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was steroids used extensively . why the whitish appearance of the lesion . give luliconazole ointment for local application . zinc and antibiotics orally .

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Apparently Tinea corporis may be infected by other infections due to contacts and vulnerabilities. Secondary infections should be treated with Tinea

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? MYCOSIS.. ? TENIA INFECTION..

Tnx Dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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Babies and children are more likely to get ringworm because they are more often in close contact with others, and because they are less aware of hygiene concerns. Babies in daycare settings are especially vulnerable. If one child in daycare gets ringworm, the infection can sometimes spread through the entire facility. Antifungal powder or cream. Antibiotics. Avoid contacts and wash all the belongings in bolong water.

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Underlying skin lesion:tinea with superadded lesion,due to misuse or overuse of highly potent steriod cream causing atrophic skin lesion !!

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