What is the tinea versicolor and how is produced?
In what kind of people most commonly tinea versicolor is created?
Tinea versicolor is more common at younger ages and less common in children and the elderly.
How does Tinea versicolor appear?
How is tinea versicolor treated?
Commonly used topical antifungals should be used to treat colon cancer. For example, antifungal shampoos such as ketoconazole shampoos or selenium sulfide can be used. The shampoo should stay on the skin for 10 to 15 minutes each time and then be watered. It is best to use shampoo at least twice a week for 2 to 4 weeks. Antifungal agents such as colutrimazole can also be used to treat this fungal infection. If the extent of the waste is high or the disease does not respond to topical treatments, an antifungal medicine such as fluconazole is used to treat the doctor’s opinion.
What to do to prevent recurrence of the disease?
The possibility of a recurrence of the disease is high. In hot weather and in patients with recurrent fever, it is recommended that once a ketoconazole shampoo is used.
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