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Iatrogenic pigmentation of cheeks - 1 month duration

18 years male - with this pigmentation on cheek after a barber used some chemical medicated strip for his facial work .1 month back Diagnosis and treatment

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PIH secondary to ACD/ICD ( Allergic) Levocet 5mg bd. Tapering dose of steroid orally. Clean area with diluted betadine lotion apply FLUCORT N + Nevia cream locally bd. PABA cream locally during exposure to sunlight and bad weather conditions. Keep the area clean and covered with sterile gauge. Cap evion 400mg orally and locally HS.

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P. I. H... SECONDARY. TO I. C. D. A. C. D ....DUE. TO . CHEMICAL. ALLEGY

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PIH secondary to ACD/ICD ( Allergic) Levocet 5mg bd. Tapering dose of steroid orally. Clean area with diluted betadine lotion apply FLUCORT N + Nevia cream locally bd. PABA cream locally during exposure to sunlight and bad weather conditions. Keep the area clean and covered with sterile gauge. Cap evion 400mg orally and locally HS.

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Apparently ACD/Chemical induced dermatitis Antiallergic tabs and ointment

Allergic contact dermatitis D/D Tinea faciei

Allergic dermatitis Anti allergic steroid cream

Allergic contact dermatitis ? Vitiligo

It not iatrogenic it is barbarogenic

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Chemical allergies Calamine lotion

Chemical induced dermatitis

Dermatitis/ chemical allergy

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