Molluscum contagiosum - a viral disease transmitted through contact-household.
The name of the disease is due to the characteristic symptoms - when squeezing the contents of acne stands a thick whitish mass of inclusion bodies mollyuskoobraznyh.
You will need
- Surgical tweezers iodine, UV lamp, garlic, acyclovir, "Retin A"
Diagnostics. Initial diagnosis is based on clinical presentation, however, to avoid diseases such as warts, lichen planus, and epitelioloma multiple keratoacanthoma, conducted histological study of the epidermal cells. The presence in these cells shellfishovyh cells used to confirm a diagnosis of "contagious shellfish". Because virus shellfishand has built-in DNA, its complete destruction today is impossible.
The main action in the treatment of contagious shellfishand are aimed at increasing immunity. In light of the disease was originally a healthy body is able to cope with the infection within six months. To speed up the treatment, depending on the severity of symptoms, the specialists can offer several treatments contagious shellfisha.
1.Mechanical scraping or squeezing the contents of the nodules followed by "cautery" cleaned surface a 5% solution of iodine or a strong solution of potassium permanganate. The procedure is performed in a dispensary in full compliance with the rules of aseptic and antiseptic.
2. electrocoagulation - cauterization nodules using electrocautery followed by irradiation with UV light the skin.
3.Treatment of affected skin with ointments antiviral effect, such as acyclovir, "Retin A" ferezol. Effective lubrication of fresh juice of garlic knots. This treatment is carried out at home after histological examination. Self-medication is not appropriate because it is contagious shellfish It can be confused with a number of benign or malignant diseases.
4.In generalized form of the disease, when it is impossible to clear all nodules due to their large number, it is recommended antibiotic tetracycline. It is possible to use cryotherapy. This method allows you to remove the lesions with dry ice or liquid azota.V throughout the treatment period required medical supervision by the dermatologist.