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SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS
Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic inflammatory skin disorder characterized by fine scaling and erythema mostly confined to areas where sebaceous glands are prominent.
Pityrosporum ovale infection is common in seborrheic dermatitis.
The characteristic pattern is based on age group.
In infants it appears as cradle cap. It is a diffuse or focal scaling and crusting on the vertex of the scalp that sometimes accompanied by inflammation.
In young children, there is Tinea amiantacea which is one or several patches of dense, plate-like scales, 2-10 cm in size that appear anywhere on the scalp.
While adolescents have dandruff which are fine, dry, white, non-inflammatory scalp scaling with minor itching.
Drug Information

Indication: Relief of external thrush symptoms.

Indication: Adult & childn ≥3 mth: Atopic, infantile & discoid eczemas, prurigo nodularis, psoriasis (excluding...

Indication: Dermatophytes or yeasts, mycoses & other fungi eg, Tinea capitis, corporis, manuum, barbae, cruris, pedis....

Indication: Relief of inflammatory & pruritic manifestations of steroid-responsive dermatoses eg, psoriasis (excluding...

Indication: Short-term treatment & intermittent long-term therapy of mild to moderate of atopic dermatitis in non-immu...

Indication: Topical treatment of dermatophyte skin infections eg, tinea corporis, cruris, manus & pedis due to Trichop...

Indication: Cap: Vulvovag & oral candidosis; dermatomycosis, plantar tinea pedis & palmar tinea manus, pityriasis ...

Indication: Tinea pedis, cruris, corporis & versicolor; cutaneous candidiasis.

Indication: Eczema including atopic, infantile, discoid & stasis eczema; prurigo; psoriasis; neurodermatoses including...

Indication: Short-term treatment of corticosteroid-responsive resistant dermatoses eg, psoriasis, recalcitrant eczema, lic...

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