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Kami wdalah bahwa Anda menikmati presentasi ini. Untuk men-downloadsilahkan rekomendasi presentasi ini kepada teman-teman Anda dalam jaringan sosial. Tombol yang haris diklik terletak di bawah posting ini. Diterbitkan oleh Surya Tanudjaja Telah diubah “3 tahun yang lalu. Pemendekan turn over epidermis Predisposisi genetik Faktor pencetus: Kulit Makula eritematus, batas jelas, tertutup skuama tebal, transparan, lepas dibagian tepi, lekat dibagian tengah.

Psoriasis arthropatica interphalang dan lumbosacral. Febris tingi, KU lemah Eritema menyebar luas ditumpangi adanya pustule steril. Pustule bisa bergabung membentuk danau-danau yang berisi pus. A viral etiology has been suggested human herpesvirus-7 and 6. It behaves somewhat like a virus, since most people get it once in their lives and never again.

No one has been able to find an infection agent in most cases studied. Several years ago, some researchers found a virus-like particle in some skin biopsies.

You do not have to wash your towels and linens separately adalau everyone else, and you do NOT have to isolate yourself from anyone else. Typical “PR” is characterized by centimeter sized oval spots, usually somewhat pink to red, with a little “collar” or scaling. They are usually located on your trunk in the folds of the skin. They do NOT usually involve the face, palms or soles.

Unusual cases of “PR” have fine red bumps, about the size of a mosquito ada,ah, in clusters and patches on the body, face, under arms, in the groin, and sometimes on your palms.

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These bumps also develop those little collars of scale over time. Typically, a course of “PR” will take months to clear if no therapy is used. Erythromycin seems to help in some cases, may be prescribed and may shorten your course to weeks instead of months. Topical cortisones also help for symptomatic relief of your itching.

Sometimes cortisone injections are given in the buttocks to shorten the course.

Going to the beach and getting into the cool water, and simultaneously getting some sun may also help. Ultraviolet light does shorten the course. Heat aggravates the itching, so stay cool. Good old- fashioned calamine lotion also seems to help. Apply it with a paint brush. You’ve probably been searching web sites, trying to find out anything you can about it, and you’ve noticed that there’s a lot of information, some of it contradictive, but no clear cut ideas on what you can actually do about it.

Of course, it’s impossible to diagnose a disease on line; however, you can make aadlah decisions on the information that’s available and try some things yourself to make this disease easier to deal with. You’ve probably seen the following information but, just in case you haven’t, I’m going to go over eriyroderma of the basics.

Please know that I’m not a doctor; all I’m doing is compiling the information that I’ve gotten from dozens of web sites, a few books, and my own doctor.

If you heed any advice that I give you and harm comes to you … shame on you. You should have known better. The main reason I’m compiling this information is … I had Pityriasis Rosea and cured it much quicker than the norm, in part, I think, because I did my homework.


If you’re lucky, you can cheat off of me. What kind of virus is unknown.

A few web sites don’t agree with this, but the overwhelming majority and my personal physician do, so that’s what I’m going with. The virus enters your body in some unknown manner and manifests itself in a single spot, usually the size of a nickel, somewhere on your torso, though it can start other places on your body.

In my case, eritfoderma started on the back of my right thigh. This spot is called the herald patch.


The entire rash that will take place over your body in the next few months comes from this spot. Sometime between one and 30 days later, you’ll notice a rash forming on the trunk of your body. This rash takes the initial form of a typical bumpy rash, then changes to larger, wrinkled, pinker spots.

The rash usually follows the creases in your skin … under your arms, the crease in your neck, around your navel, on your ribs. The disease, and it’s referred to as a disease because it’s viral in nature, is truncated … meaning that it usually stays on your torso, down to the shirt sleeve line on your arms, and to the shorts line on your pants.

It reacts differently to different people, of course, but it usually is a thick covering of your torso, front and back. The rash can itch, as all rashes do. There is no cure for the disease. All you can do is treat the symptoms and let it run its course. The disease is not fatal. The disease is also not communicable … no one can catch it from you. Now, here’s the real kicker … the disease can last from six weeks to six months. My doctor prescribed a cream and told me there wasn’t much else I could do about it.

He told me to check web sites … even he knew there was some good information out there. At least my doctor had a sense of humor about it. After he let me know what it was, he told me that they call it Pityriasis Rosea because “we pity the poor son of a bitch that gets it”.

So, he sent me home with a cream, and a rash that was beginning to cover over half of my body. If you read anything about this disease, you’ll notice that it predominately stays on your trunk, rarely going down your arms or legs, or much further than your neck.

In my case, the rash spread all the way down to my wrists, almost getting on the palms of my hands, and down my legs just above my ankles.

It also ran up the back of my neck into my hair and up the front of my neck to my chin. I was covered with it. I had to have a layer of cream applied over virtually my entire body twice a day. Hot water, in fact, is painful. The first days of your disease, if you take hot showers or baths, you’ll notice pain in areas where you seem to have no rash. This is a good precursor to the rash appearing in these spots soon. The worst part is at night. During the day, you can at least give yourself temporary relief with over the counter creams.


At night, you wake up at 2: A few of the web sites said some studies were being done, and that they’d had limited success with ultraviolet light.

They said if you have ultraviolet light treatments, make sure they’re prescribed by a physician. So, you have a disease the stays under your clothes and is killed by ultraviolet light. Since I caught this disease in early spring, I was still wearing long sleeves and long pants … which is why, I believe, the disease spread as far as it did on my body.

Again, I do not recommend or in any way represent that what I did to rid myself of this disease should be tried by anyone else. I read the information, made a decision, and tried it … and it worked. I woke up and noticed that I had a sore on the back of my right thigh … a small scaly patch about the size of a penny. It itched a bit, but wasn’t overly troublesome. In fact, by the next day I didn’t really think about it. My butt started to itch a bit. You could see the beginnings of a rash.

The rash had become a bit worse, and had spread around my body to the crease between my thighs and my torso on the front of my body. I called my doctor, but he was booked. I agreed to see a nurse practitioner.

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My best guess was that I’d gotten this rash from wearing clothing with some kind of mites since I’d worn a pair of shorts that I hadn’t worn in months a few days before.

The nurse agreed with my assessment, gave me a shot of steroids, a prescription for some cream, and a handful of antihistamines which, I found out, can relieve itching a bit.

The rash had spread to my shoulder blades, and was beginning to make its way under my arms. It also was appearing on my chest, and had become much thicker on my butt and above my thighs. This rash obviously wasn’t caused by mites so I saw my physician at 9: I told him about the rash, what the nurse had thought it was, and took off my shirt to show him how far it had spread on my body. His first question was “did you have one spot that you noticed itched before all the others?

I showed him, he looked at it, and told me about Pityriasis Rosea. I’d spent the last two days getting covered from head to toe with a particular cream that was a bit stronger than the normal prescription.

The rash continued to cover my body and was now making its way up the back of my neck, through my arm pits, and down my arms.

Also, I started to get a afalah grade fever that would last for the next five days. I finally discovered the correlation between hot water and the disease. I started taking the coldest showers possible, using soap only on my face and my hair. My back was completely covered. My chest was showing signs of complete coverage within a few days, my stomach was starting to eritrodrma the small bumps, and the rash had made its way to the bend in both elbows.

The worst itching came from my navel; the rash had it covered.

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