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In incontinence, diapers lead to maceratively erosive intertrigo at the contact points. Intertriginous candidiasis (candidiasis) is thus a primary irritative disease of multifactorial origin with secondary superinfection by bacteria and yeasts of the genus Candida.
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Intertrigo: no evidence of yeasts
Erythrasma: dry, non-macerative dermatitis; brownish-reddish hue.
Pemphigus chronicus benignus familiaris: chronic, macerative, completely therapy-resistant dermatitis, evidence of the concertina phenomenon.
Allergic contact dermatitis: acute pruritic dermatitis; possibly weeping; typically satellite lesions.
Toxic contact dermatitis: acute pruritic dermatitis; usually cause identifiable; possibly weeping; no satellite lesions.
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Informing the patient about the factors that favour this. Weight reduction for adults! For babies use breathable absorbent diapers. Insert diaper-free episodes. Careful personal hygiene. Mild cleansing measures (vegetable or paraffin-containing oils), dry the diaper area well or blow dry.
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- Brushing with aqueous antiseptic solutions such as quinolinol (e.g. quinosol 1:1000), R042 or dye solutions such as aqueous eosin solution ( eosin disodium solution, ethanol-containing 0.5/1/2%, eosin disodium solution, aqueous 0.5/1/2%) or methylrosanilinium chloride solution.
- Alternatively, pastes containing nystatin(e.g. nystatin-eosin disodium solution, ethanol-containing 0.5/1/2% dequalinium chloride cream, nystatin paste, Candio-Hermal soft paste, Mykundex). Intertriginous areas should be kept permanently dry (e.g. linen lobes, bras made of 100% cotton).
Notice! Do not use highly fatty bases in intertriginous macerations, as this will lead to an occlusive effect without evaporation. Instead use aqueous solutions or pastes!
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Candida dubliniensis also forms chlamydial spores on the rice agar. With the detection of chlamydospores, however, the diagnosis of Candida albicans is highly probable, as Candida dubliniensis is rarely found.
LiteratureThis section has been translated automatically.
- Halvaee S et al (2018) Investigation of Intertriginous Mycotic and Pseudomycotic (Erythrasma) Infections and Their Causative Agents with Emphasize on Clinical Presentations. Iran J Public Health 47:1406-1412.
- Krajewska-Kulak E et al (2003) Difficulties in diagnosing and treating tinea in adults at the Department of Dermatology in Bialystok (Poland).Dermatol Nurs 15:527-530,
- Seebacher C et al (2006) Candidosis of the skin. J Dtsch Dermatol Ges 4: 591-596
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