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Pt is 40years suffering from DM .. suffering from skin problem since 7years .. All the vitals are normal .. Diagnosis and treatment

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Diabetics neuropathy folliculitisThe rash can be red, red-brown, or skin colored. Medical treatment usually is not required, but sometimes a topical steroid medication, such as hydrocortisone, may help.Managing diabetic neuropathy. Nerve damage from diabetes can't be reversed. This is because the body can't naturally repair nerve tissues that have been damaged. However, researchers are investigating methods to treat nerve damage caused by diabetes.Itchy skin can be a sign of diabetes, particularly if other diabetes symptoms are also present. High blood sugar levels over a prolong period of time is one cause of itchy skin. In some cases, itchy skin may be caused by complications of diabetes such as nerve damage or kidney disease.

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Diabetics neuropathy folliculitisThe rash can be red, red-brown, or skin colored. Medical treatment usually is not required, but sometimes a topical steroid medication, such as hydrocortisone, may help.Managing diabetic neuropathy. Nerve damage from diabetes can't be reversed. This is because the body can't naturally repair nerve tissues that have been damaged. However, researchers are investigating methods to treat nerve damage caused by diabetes.Itchy skin can be a sign of diabetes, particularly if other diabetes symptoms are also present. High blood sugar levels over a prolong period of time is one cause of itchy skin. In some cases, itchy skin may be caused by complications of diabetes such as nerve damage or kidney disease.

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Diabetic neuropathy Folliculitis

Apparently diabetic Folliculitis

Thanks Dr. Dinesh Gupta, Dr. Anil Gangani
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SUGGESTIVE. OF DIABETIC DERMOPATHY .TYPICAL PIGMENTED SHIN. SPOTS / PRETIBIAL PATCHES....

Rx Abhaydi qwath BD Galo ghan tab 1bd Panchsakar powder HS for 2 to 3 weeks, locally, cutis cream amd cutis powder Dusting

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