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ACNE (OSTEOFOLLIKULIT)

Acne or osteofolliculitis is a disease characterized by inflammation of the sebaceous glands and the formation of pustules on the chin and in the corners of the lips, ranging from millet to pea. Initially, they arise near the mouth of the hair sac due to scratching, cracking of the skin, contamination and subsequent introduction of pyogenic microorganisms into this area. Acne often occurs against a background of chronic inflammation of the sebaceous gland and with prolonged contamination of the skin, leading to blockage of the mouth of the hair sac. The latter contributes to the activation of staphylococcal microflora of the hair sac and ducts of the sebaceous and sweat glands, as a result of which inflammation of the hair follicles develops.

Symptoms: first there is redness, then there is an infiltrate and painful abscesses of spherical or conical shape. At the top of the pustules characteristic black or white heads are formed. When pressed, the abscess bursts, and a drop of pus flows out of it. After a few days, the contents of the abscess dries up, and traces of the former follicle disappear.


First aid and treatment. The affected areas should be wiped with ethyl alcohol, carefully squeezing pus from the formed pustules. Lubricate the affected area with chlorhexidine, brilliant green. Gavavit in / m, or inside, multivitamins ("Useful pleasure", Wittry), vitamin and mineral top dressing SA-37. With extensive lesions and in advanced cases - cephalosporin group antibiotics (cef-kure, 20 mg / kg, claforan).

Homeopathic treatment. The main drug is gormel. It is prescribed in injections or with drinking water. With furunculosis - belladonna-homaccord in injections. The duration of treatment is 1.5-2 months.

Phytotherapy. You can apply gauze or a clean cloth moistened with aloe juice, calendula tincture (has an anti-inflammatory effect) or tea to the affected areas. The tannins contained in tea dry the combs and contribute to their healing.
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ACNE (OSTEOFOLLIKULIT)

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