Eczema is common for young children, although some carry the skin condition into later life. Severe or persistent eczema can cause distress and embarrassment. It…Explore more Expert Tips To Treat Severe Eczema Breakouts At Home
Synonym: Trichobateriosis axillaris, Bacterial trichonodosis, Trychomycosis palmellina Definition: Asymptomatic superficial bacterial infection (mycosis is a misnomer because it is not a fungal infection) primarily of…Explore more Trichomycosis Axillaris : Malodorous yellowish armpit hair
Cellulitis is a rapidly spreading acute inflammation with infection of skin and subcutaneous tissue that spreads widely through tissue spaces. It is commonly caused by…Explore more Cellulitis Assessment : Mnemonic
Before we start to develop our understanding of the drug eruptions. Let’s first lay down the foundation by clearing some basic concepts. What is an…Explore more Drug Eruptions – When the Solution becomes Problem
The LRINEC (Laboratory Risk Indicator for Necrotizing Fasciitis) score is a tool to distinguish ordinary skin infections from necrotizing fasciitis. Mnemonic: NeC WASH Na level:…Explore more LRINEC score for Necrotizing fascitis – Mnemonic
Often, one may find difficulty differentiating cellulitis from osteomyelitis in a patient presenting with signs of inflammation localized to an extremity. There are few points…Explore more Cellulitis vs Early Osteomyelitis – Clinical features
Dose: 80 mg/kg/day in 4 divided doses for 7 days; maximum 800 mg 4 times a day Time to start prophylaxis: 7-10 days after exposure…Explore more Acyclovir Post-exposure Prophylaxis for Varicella: Is it helpful?
In your medical school, you must have heard about the 5 “P”s of Lichen planus representing the gross morphology of Lichen Planus. This 15 P…Explore more 15 “P”s of Lichen Planus