A case of Tine responding to transmission of Lyc 0/1
Tinea Infection also commonly known as “DAAD” is one of most stubborn skin infection.
Most patients comes with emotions Dr is there anything wrong with my blood or is there any impurity in my blood.
Even they come with full blood count reports.
Most patient often comes to us after applying many antifungal solutions and lotions. These patients often have orally taken antifungal tablets.
This patient , owner of a Spare parts shop was wandering for permanent solution of this infection since years as he has already visited many dermatologist from Balrampur, Gonda to Lucknow. He has been reffered to me by one of his friend and my grateful patient who’s son has been cured for Molluscum Contagiosum.
His case has been taken and medicine transmission of Lycopodium 0/1 has been started , initial 2 weeks no amelioraion observed and he stressed me to change of medicine and I did the mistake.
Latter after one month he said first medicine was right so I have again transmitted Lyc 0/1 with great results day by day.
Tinea faciei is the name used for infection of the face with a dermatophyte fungus. It does not include infection of the beard and moustache area, which is called tinea barbae. Tinea faciei is uncommon and often misdiagnosed at first.
Tinea faciei can be due to an anthropophilic (human) fungus such as Trichophyton rubrum (T rubrum). Infection often comes from the feet (tinea pedis) or nails (tinea unguium) originally.
Tinea faciei resembles tinea corporis (ringworm). It may be acute (sudden onset and rapid spread) or chronic (slow extension of a mild, barely inflamed, rash). There are round or oval red scaly patches, often less red and scaly in the middle or healed in the middle. It is frequently aggravated by sun exposure.
Tinea cruris is the name used for infection of the groin with a dermatophyte fungus. It is most often seen in adult men. Tinea cruris is commonly known as jock itch.
In different parts of the world, different species cause tinea cruris. The appearance is similar to ringworm (tinea corporis). The rash has a scaly raised red border that spreads down the inner thighs from the groin or scrotum. Tinea cruris may form ring-like patterns on the buttocks. It is not often seen on the penis or vulva or around the anus. Tinea cruris can be very itchy.