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Differential Diagnosis Of Scabies
I was the only one diagnosed with scabies and treated. My husband never got it. Could the diagnosis be wrong. They didn't do any tests?
Do i have scabies four years if no close contacts have symptoms? Itching, hairloss, red bumps, freckle like spots, eyelashloss, doctors say its not scabies but give me no diagnosis, whaat could this be?
Went to the ER & was diagnosis w/ contact dermatitis. Feared it was scabies. I now have pus filled yellow blisters on my hands. Could I have been misdignosed?
5% permethrin cream: This cream is available by prescription and can be used in children as young as 2 months. The cream should be massaged into the skin from scalp to legs and left on overnight, rinsed off in the morning. All household contacts should be treated. Then wash all your clothing and bedding in hot water. You may need to repeat the cream in 1 week if itching persists. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blister,bump, line: Scabies are dark, tiny, crablike insects that burrows under the skin leaving behind waste products that eventually lead to itching. The skin finding may be a small blister, a half inch burrow (line), or bump. Involved skin can become secondarily infected by germs and produce weeping or scabed over areas. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Scabies: The skin shows signs of small insect-type bites, or looks like pimples. The skin may also be red or have sores due to scratching of the area. A burrow (a short s-shaped track that indicates the mite's movement under the skin) may also be visible. The average affected person has only five to 10 mites on their body at a time. See: http://www.Emedicinehealth.Com/scabies/page3_em.Htm#scabies symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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