The disease lasted for a year, and blisters began to appear on his hands. No blisters, no blisters. Applying compound ketoconazole ointment for one month had no effect. I would like to ask the doctors whether this symptom is tinea manus. Is there any other treatment? Is there any way to eradicate this disease? Thank you.
According to the picture, it should be infected with tinea manus, which is caused by fungal infection. The external application effect of fungal infection is not very good. For symptomatic treatment such as oral ketoconazole, we need to adhere to the medication and do not stop the medication casually. In addition, fungal infection is also easy to cause cross infection, so try to avoid contact with others.
According to the clinical manifestations of tinea manus, local skin peeling and herpes and laceration, it should be a pathological manifestation of skin damage caused by fungal infection. Therefore, after clear diagnosis, local treatment should be carried out through antifungal, anti infection and local tissue disinfection to promote tissue recovery.
Hello, ringworm is caused by fungal infection, which is generally stubborn and easy to cause recurrent attacks. For this situation, it is recommended that you can appropriately choose topical drugs for application. Generally, you can apply clotrimazole ointment for treatment. It can effectively improve, alleviate and promote the recovery of current symptoms. Pay more attention to observation