What is it?
In the article I will tell you about the ways of contracting the disease and about the various types of this skin infection disease. You will find out from what could the person have, and about what the disease is in general, or rather, a group of diseases.
What is deprive
Deprive is a group of skin diseases, which are expressed in various rashes on the skin, accompanied by itching. According to the type of rash, contagion, type of pathogen and localization (the place where the rash appears), there are different types of herpes: pink, shingles, scaly, ringworm, and others. Next, I will tell you what causes lichen, or rather, one or another of its forms, and how you can get this or that type of this not always dangerous, but very unpleasant disease.
What is pink versicolor?
Pink lichen is characterized by doctors as an infectious-allergic disease. It manifests itself in the form of flaky, round spots of pink color - mainly in the back area. Of all species of lichen, pink has the least degree of infectiousness.You can become infected with rosy lichen only when the body is weakened and the person's immunity is low, or there are various viral infections in the body. The greatest number of cases of pink lichen is observed in spring and autumn. The disease usually resolves within 1-2 months and does not cause relapses.
Herpes zoster is a close “relative” of chickenpox or chickenpox. He has approximately the same symptoms. Infection occurs through direct contact with affected areas of another person’s shingles. The highest risk of infection occurs when the bubbles that cover the skin of an infected person swell and become soaked. At other times, the risk of infection is almost zero, but care should be taken anyway. It is also worth noting that at risk are only those who have not previously suffered from chickenpox, because their body has not developed immunity to the corresponding group of viruses.
What is it? Pityriasis versicolor begins with the appearance of one pink spot, and only then smaller spots appear on the body and on the scalp.This fungus is quite stable and, although it does not cause itching, delivers certain, let's say, aesthetic problems. Infection occurs through various household items (eg, combs) and in direct contact with an infected person. Risk factors for this disease include fever, sweating, and seborrhea. In order to avoid contagion of the bruise, you should follow the basic rules of personal hygiene.
This disease affects primarily the scalp, leaving areas with loose hair on it, from which it got the same name. Ringworm can be quite sluggish and almost asymptomatic, and can be accompanied by inflammatory processes that can be cured with the help of special preparations. Infection with ringworm occurs through contact with sick people as well as animals.
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