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What is your medical diagnosis for this case ?


Diagnosis : Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta


The patient is young adult female and the biopsy confirmed that it is not chicken pox or rosacea 

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22 comments:

Anonymous said...

urticaria?

Lawrensia diana said...

dermatitis allergic

Anonymous said...

skabies?

Anonymous said...

skabies

Hendra said...

varicella ?

Anonymous said...

skabies

Franxulin said...

Varicella

Anonymous said...

SLE

Anonymous said...

vericelle

Anonymous said...

urticaria

Anonymous said...

Scabies is an itchy, highly contagious skin condition caused by an infestation by the itch mite Sarcoptes scabiei. Mites are small eight-legged parasites (in contrast to insects, which have six legs). They are tiny, just 1/3 millimeter long, and burrow into the skin to produce intense itching, which tends to be worse at night. The mites that infest humans are female and are 0.3 mm-0.4 mm long; the males are about half this size. Scabies mites can be seen with a magnifying glass or microscope. The scabies mites crawl but are unable to fly or jump. They are immobile at temperatures below 20 C, although they may survive for prolonged periods at these temperatures.

Anonymous said...

urticaria

Anonymous said...

PTIRIASE ROSEA

Anonymous said...

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khalil babar said...

utricaria,OR it may be hypersensivity TYPE SLE

Anonymous said...

schistomioza

Anonymous said...

varicella

lolil said...

scabies

Anonymous said...

varicella

Anonymous said...

fungi spots

salem said...

urticaria

Anonymous said...

Syphilis secundaria(roseola syphilitica)