Diarrhea in a child: basic symptomatology and correct treatment, photo
The frequency of lichens can be compared only with acute viral respiratory infections. To catch the disease a child can at any time of year, as the process of knowing the world around and active communication does not stop with the onset of cold weather for a minute.
Parents need to pay close attention to oval-shaped pink patches appearing on the skin of the baby in order to call the doctor in time and in case of confirmation of the diagnosis immediately begin treatment.
Learn all about the types of infectious disease in children; depriving: what it is and what symptoms it manifests, how to recognize and how to withdraw it, what treatment is necessary, and also look at the photo.
Diseases that are part of a group of infectious dermatoses are known under the general collective name of lichen. Infect one of several types of lichen can be at any age, but most often in the risk zone are children who have not reached the age of fourteen. The view that babies are not exposed to the risk of infection is wrong. Left unattended, the stroller, or the older child, communicating with a sick peer, become direct sources of infection.
Children’s infectious dermatosis is accompanied rashes, impaired skin pigmentation of various degrees, sensations of itching, as well as peeling and even hair loss at the spot where the spots are located.
Despite such menacing manifestations, it is not necessary to panic. Lishay treats well with timely diagnosis.
This is confirmed by the statistics, which state that More than 90% of babies received treatment for infectious dermatosis at least once in your life. However, treating any disease is more difficult than preventing it. And prevention, in turn, is based on knowledge of the causes of infectious dermatoses in children.
Due to the fact that lichens are related to fungal or viral diseases, it is impossible to limit the delegation of guilt for infection to cats or dogs. For each type of dermatosis, the causes of the appearance of lichen in children and the specific type of pathogen are determined. The general list is: