A skin problem caused due to bacterial infection and contaminated contact is Dichuchwa. It is an ailment that includes mouth ulcers in and on the surrounding areas of the mouth. They are visible and painful as a sign of disease.
It affects other organs in the manner it does to the mouth and nearby skin. Blisters (boils with serum) around legs, arms, and back. Dichuchwa is also responsible for nasal and bone damage in the mouth.
- The cause of this unpreventable disease is the transmitting organism from eating and drinking utensils.
- It occurs primarily in childhood and spreads through contact.
- It could spread through used or contaminated food, touch, and objects.
- It is spread through the oral mucosa, skin, and skeletal system.
- The disease's spreading spiral-shaped called spirochete.
- It is common in areas that are dry and with hot climates in Mediterranean countries.
- It is also because of the defect in genome sequencing and mapping.
- It is different from other transmitted skin diseases because it cannot be transmitted sexually. Although oral saliva exchange could result in the spread of infections.
Diagnosis and Treatment:
It is diagnosed in the following forms:
- Serologic Testing
- Laboratory Test
- Rapid Plasma Test
- Bacteria presence in skin testing
Following methods can heal the disease, but scars might remain as they are:
- Antimicrobial Drug intrusion
- Other prescribed drugs to the severity
Patchy ulcers,Slimy ulcers in or near the mouth,Blisters on back, arms and legs
Bone deformities,Skin Ulcers,Bacterial Infections
Penicillin g benzathine systemic (Natural Penicillin),Erythromycin,Tetracycline,Azithromycin