Lymphoma (dermatomycosis) on the skin is perhaps the most common fungal infection (tine fungus) that develops on the upper layer of skin. They are manifested by a red circular rash. They can, but they do not have to cause itching. Infection is often spread through direct skin contact with the infected person or the animal. Antifungal drugs are used to treat lichen. Mild leprosy usually responds to these medications, while in severe infections most commonly used are various tablets taken for several weeks. Infection and transferring lichens
Ringworm is an infectious fungal infection caused by mildew like parasites that live on cells on the outer layer of the skin. Can be transferred in the following ways:
From man to man – spreads through direct contact with an infected person.
From animals to humans – it is possible that you are infected with the infected animal (possibly in dogs, cats and cows).
From a contaminated object to a man – it can be transmitted through objects and surfaces infected by an infected person or animal recently, but also transmitted through clothing, towels, bedding, combs and so on.
From soil to man – in rare cases lichens can spread to humans by contact with contaminated soil; infection will most likely only occur after prolonged contact with highly infected soil.
Symptoms of lichen
Lichens are usually initially manifested as dry, scaly areas on the skin surface, which may be red and itchy. The shape of the affected area is lightly protruding, irregular, usually circular, annular, red; in some of these areas, they overlap one over another. Visit your doctor if you notice skin rash that is not withdrawn after two weeks because you may need prescription medications. After a week or two weeks, new spots may appear, just because the bark is highly contagious. The slag gradually increases to about 25 mm. While growing, the central area heals, and the red ring remains.
Lichens on the face in babies and children
In children, the lichen usually affects the scalp, the body and the feet. When the fungus interferes with the scalp, the skin becomes sore and itching and small bony surfaces develop. The lining that appears on the trunk begins as a small, round, red stain that itches, and the lobe that appears on the foot is known as the foot dermatomycosis or athletic foot. The face is a very uncomfortable place for the appearance of the lichens just because it is close to the mouth, eyes and mucous membranes. Therefore, if the site of decease does not localize the necessary treatments it can have more severe consequences. This is well known to all parents who know that children tend to all touch (clumsily cross their hands over the lichen, then face or treat things like hands in the mouth) because they do not realize the real danger of something. Children are more likely to suffer from deafness because their skin is softer, more sensitive and moist. The limbs on the baby limbs are especially “beautiful places” for the fungal growth. However, adults are no better, because the face is the first thing anyone will see about you, so adults are worse off than kids. Attempting to “hide” underneath the powders does not only clog pores, but smashing the powder ensures “free transport” of fungi on the new skin surface.
Lice on the face are manifested as:
Red rash (slightly raised from the skin surface)
Rash that occurs on the cheeks, nose, eye, forehead, chin or ears
Rash limits are often very vague (you are not sure whether it is a rash or just a dry skin)
Do not try to treat yourself, but do as soon as possible contact a doctor who will discontinue appropriate antifungal cream.
Treatment of lichens
Infection of lichens is difficult to prevent. The fungus that causes lichen often occurs on the body before it begins to show the first symptoms. However, you can reduce the risk of liver infection by taking the following steps:
Educate yourself and others – be aware of the risk that the lichens carry with you.
Maintain hygiene – Wash your hands frequently to avoid spreading; Keep the rooms you use with more people clean; this is especially important in schools, nursery, gymnasiums, changing rooms.
Avoid excessive sweating.
Avoid infected animals – In infected animals, it is most often manifested in such a way that the animal in one part of the skin is missing hair or fur; In some cases, however, you may not notice any signs of illness.
Do not share your personal belongings – this applies to clothes, towels, hair brushes, toothbrushes, cosmetics (lipstick, mascara, eye pencil).When it comes to dermatomycosis, you cannot help yourself – you can only use preventive measures or measures after the illness.
Need to pay attention to the cleanliness of the infected spots on the skin.
An antifungal cream will most likely cause two drops per day on the infected site. If a scalp or a large part of the body is caught in children, the doctor will prescribe a child with antimitotic syrup. It is also recommended that a child who has a deceased does not go to school in order not to infect other children.