Dermatitis Caused By Parasitic Infection

Many cases of dermatitis caused by the Demodex parasite are mistaken for dermatosis. After long-term dermatological treatment does not cure, the patient was discovered the cause.
Recently, Anh Nga International Clinic Parasitic Clinic has received and treated many Demodex patients. Patients presenting with mild manifestations are pruritus, feeling of crawling under the skin, persistent acne, discrete acne spots, worse than superinfection, acne, seborrhea, pyoderma, ..
Symptoms and factors causing disease
Demodex is spread in nature, parasites in pores, hair follicles and sebaceous glands; mostly on face, especially on nose, forehead, chin and cheeks.
The parasite absorbs nutrients and harms cells, residing on healthy skin. Demodex will cause illness when concentrated in large amounts on skin scales, hair follicles or when skin immunity is impaired
Favorable factors for the development and pathogen of the demodex parasite are: oily skin, dirty skin, weak skin, scratching lesions, irritation by cosmetics, topicals, humidity environments


When infected with Demodex, patients experience the following symptoms:
Skin redness, pustules, papules, vasodilation, inflammation of the pores, loss of eyebrows, eyelashes, hair loss, uncomfortable itching (tingling sensation), burning of the affected area, scarring infection
To prevent Demodex infection
The doctor recommends that people keep their skin clean, not so greasy and in hot, humid environments, do not use common towels, do not use unknown cosmetics, blended creams, peeling lotions, elixir…
If a patient has symptoms of suspected infection, he / she must go to specialized medical facilities for examination and treatment.
Image of the Demodex parasite on a microscope
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Dermatitis Caused By Parasitic Infection

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