Spot diagnosis and management. lady having these leisons since 2 months. No DM, no hypertension.

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Tinea Corporis Annular arcuate erythematous itchy ring like lesion with active papulovesiculation at periphery is suggestive of Tinea infection. Rx Tab Itraconazole 200mg od for 2 week. Tab Terbinafine 250mg od for 3 week. Tab Cetrizine 10mg hs for 2 week. Clotrimazole1% cream for local application. Dusting powder n soap. R/O DM.

ITS A CASE OF TINEA CRURIS AS EVEN A BLIND MAN CAN TELL . MANY OF MY COLLEAGUES HAVE GIVEN THE RIGHT ANSWER . BUT NO ONE HAD WRITTEN ABOUT LOTION LULLICONAZOLE ,TO BE APPLIED AS THE ORAL MEDICATION WILL CONTINUE .I BEG YOUR PARDON .

Diagnosis is FLEXURAL PSORIASIS . Remember Psoriasis involving natal cleft , submammary and axillary folds is not scaly but red ,Glistening and symmetrical as well . Management :- LOCAL MEASURES :- coal tar preparation . 2.Diathranol. 3.Topical steroids . 4.Ulteraciolet radiation . Systemic treatment :- photochemotherapy with PUVA ,Retinoids and methotrexate . Cyclosporin A may also be considered .

Thanks to all.. A case of Tinea infestation . Tab Itraconazole 200 mg OD for 3 Weeks and than Pulse Therapy upto 3 months, Tab Atarex 25 mg OD HS , Ketaconazole soap bath, Personal hygiene to be maintained.

Dosage for pulse therapy???
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Tinia corporis T terbinafen 5oomg od 1month T fluconazol 150mgxtwice wkly 1month Ont ketaconazole + clobesterol T fexofenadin 12omg od But response is slow ..so.......pt must reassure to take long term tt

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Tenia corporis. Fluconazole 150mg weekly for 4weeks, quadriderm cream thrice daily, local hygiene, cetrizine one tab in night. This was the treatment I used to give during my internship. Now Dermatologist reference in my practice.

Should treat first for tinea infection In this pt. treatment is not taken in proper way. Might have used steroid based oint.

Tinea cruris Itraconazole 200mg twice for 15 days than OD next 20 days Hydroxyzine 25mg OD for 20 days Luliconazole ointment at night

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