By Paul K. Buxton
This is often an creation to dermatology that assumes a common realizing of drugs, yet no expert wisdom. The ebook presents the fundamental middle of data to which extra exact info should be additional. it may be used for reference via normal practitioners and medical professionals in different specialties. The dialogue of universal stipulations prior to introducing extra complicated ailments makes it very appropriate for educating scientific and nursing scholars.
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5) For thick, hyperkeratotic lesions, particularly in the scalp, salicylic acid is useful. It can be prescribed as 2–5% in aqueous cream, 1–2% in arachis oil, or 6% gel. Lichenified eczema Infected eczema: before (left) and after (right) treatment Hand dermatitis: hints on management • Hand washing: use tepid water and soap without perfume or It is often easiest for the patient to apply the preparation to the scalp at night and wash it out the next morning with a tar shampoo. • Infection • • • Remember that secondary infection may be a cause of persisting lesions.
Chloramphenicol and sulphonamides from ophthalmic preparations can also cause dermatitis around the eyes. Penicillin is a potent sensitiser so is not used for topical treatment. Erythema nodosum Topical neomycin allergy 36 Same patient after withdrawing neomycin Rashes arising in the dermis Drugs used systemically can cause a localised fixed drug eruption or a more diffuse macular or papular erythema, symmetrically distributed. In the later stages exfoliation, with shedding scales of skin, may develop.
Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 1980 Fisher AA. Contact dermatitis, 3rd ed. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1986 Foussereau J, Benezra JE, Maibach H. Occupational contact dermatitis. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, 1982 Schwanitz HJ. Atopic palmoplantar eczema. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1988 5 Treatment of eczema and inflammatory dermatoses Treat the patient, not just the rash. Many patients accept their skin condition with equanimity but others suffer much distress, especially if the face and hands are affected.
ABC of Dermatology with CD-ROM by Paul K. Buxton