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Age: 9yrs/M, C/O of these kind of lesions started form forehead for 1yr, N R spreading, downwards, on nose, check... Asymptomatic, There is no c/o itching or pain or anything else... No Dandruff on scalp, He/Pt is Healthy- What should be da Diagnosis?

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MOLLASCUM contagious Tab.amoxiclave bd Tab.levo bd tab.pcm sos Neosporin powder Calemine lotion @

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Acneform eruptions following acne vulgaris. They are a group of dermatoses including acne vulgaris, rosacea, folliculitis, and perioral dermatitis. Restated, acneiform eruptions are follicular eruptions characterized by papules and pustules resembling acne. The hybrid term acneiform, literally, refers to an appearance similar to acne. There are many causes for acneiform eruptions including exposure to halogenated aromatic hydrocarbons and the use of antibiotics like macrolides and penicillin. Other drugs that can also induce acneiform eruptions include nystatin, isoniazid, corticotropin, naproxen, and hydroxychloroquine Doxycycline & Retinoids.

* MOLLUSCUM contagiosum ** ACNEIFORM ERUPTION Improve General health and personal hygiene. Keto soap shampoo and lotion locally. Protect against exposure to sunlight and bad weather conditions. Keep the area clean and covered with sterile gauge.

Thanks Dr Ramesh Kumar Singh
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Eruptions are seen of aciniform trunk acnes D/d sebborrhic dermititis

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Seborrheic dermatitis?

Acneiform eruptions. Could be 1.Acne vulgaris or 2.Malasezzia folliculitis

? ACNE.. ? PITYROSPORUM FOLLICULITIS.. ? ACNIFORM ERUPTIONS.. NEED'S.. DERMOSCOPIC .. EVALUATION..

Truncle Acne with Seborrheic dermatitis

UnOccasional Acniform Vit. E 200mg

Molluscum contogiosum Acne

Molluscum contagiosum ? Acne

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