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Katugampola, and Andrew Y. Finlay. 38 © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 2). 1). The cause may not be identified in 20–30% of cases (idiopathic). Complications occur due to skin failure and loss of skin function: • Skin infections and septicaemia (loss of skin barrier function) • Hypothermia (loss of thermoregulation) • Peripheral oedema (loss of albumin) • Tachycardia and high-output cardiac failure • Renal failure (loss of fluid and electrolytes). g. drugs) • Supportive care • Prevention of complications.
G. aciclovir) therapy. Key points • Management of AD includes regular moisturising, control of acute flares with topical corticosteroids and maintaining remission with topical calcineurin inhibitors with avoidance of potential triggers. • Possible causes for flare-ups of AD include poor treatment compliance, superadded infection or allergic contact dermatitis. Warning Inappropriate long-term use of potent topical corticosteroids is associated with potential complications. 2 Points to consider when consulting a teenager with a skin disease • Inflammatory: acne, eczema (see Chapter 13), psoriasis (see Chapter 12) • Infections: pityriasis versicolor (see Chapter 20) • Autoimmune: vitiligo (see Chapter 37), alopecia areata (see Chapter 25) • Benign skin lesions: congenital or acquired naevi (see Chapter 33), viral warts (see Chapter 19) • Malignant skin lesions: malignant melanoma (see Chapter 35) • Vascular lesions: vascular malformation (see Chapter 26) • Self-induced: dermatitis artefacta (see Chapter 44) Fig.
G. g. g. non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, aspirin, antibiotics, ACE inhibitors • Contrast medium • Bee or wasp sting Fig. g. g. 5 ml of 1 in 1000) repeated every 5 minutes if required • Intravenous hydrocortisone 200 mg • Intravenous chlorphenamine 10 mg Dermatology at a Glance, First Edition. U. Chowdhury, Ruwani P. Katugampola, and Andrew Y. Finlay. 38 © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 2). 1). The cause may not be identified in 20–30% of cases (idiopathic).
Acupuncture: An Anatomical Approach by H. C. Dung, Curtis P. Clogston, Joeming W Dunn