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50 yrs female, known diabetic has such lesions on hand, abdomen and axillary region since 2 months .. she complains of excessive itching... wat is the ring shaped lesion and is this related to diabetes?

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Tinea infection related to diabetes. Commonly seen in clinical practice but prognosis is poor. DM control strictly with medicine,diet and change in life style with antifungal treatment may sometimes get results but reoccurrence or complete recovery is not reported. Seek advice from endocrinologist and dermatologist . Pl keep updates so we may know more about and manage properly such cases.
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Tinea infection related to diabetes. Commonly seen in clinical practice but prognosis is poor. DM control strictly with medicine,diet and change in life style with antifungal treatment may sometimes get results but reoccurrence or complete recovery is not reported. Seek advice from endocrinologist and dermatologist . Pl keep updates so we may know more about and manage properly such cases.
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SUGGESTIVE OF TINEA INFECTION WITH DIABETIC DERMOPATHY
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Tinea inf
Clinical Impression:? Psoriasis ( knuckles are also involved in this image). Biopsy KOH Study  An additional cardiovascular risk factor related to diabetes mellitus has been strongly associated with psoriasis.
Fungal infection of dorsum of hand T manum Rx tyza-m oint twice daily Orally tab flucanazole200mg 1od Tab Levocetrizine5mg 1bd Review after 15days
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Tinea corporis is most important differential Adv Local luliconazole Tab. Terbinafine 250 mg once a day for 4 weeks
Yes it’s is related to diabetes. It’s dermatophytosis or what we call tinea.... Quite common in diabetics
Tinia infection. ? Keto B lotion locally Tab. Candiforce 100 mg od Tab. Levocet. 1sos.
Diabetic dermopathy with Tinea infection Strict control of diabetes Anti Fungal treatment
AS SHE IS A K/O .. DM.. IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? DIABETIC DERMOPATHY WITH.. FUNGAL INFECTION..
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