Lichen Urticatus, also known as papular urticaria, is a skin allergy caused due to bites from mosquitos, fleas, mites, carpet beetles, and bed bugs. The illness can reoccur if the individual is continuously exposed to allergens. Children sometimes build immunity over a period of time.
Treatment or management
- MSM syndrome has no curative treatment, as the cause is not known.
- The mortality rate due to the disease is low, which means the affected persons live a long life.
- However, the clinical manifestations cost the patient's quality of life.
Therefore, the symptoms can be managed.
- Hyperostosis Frontalis Interna has no definite cure or therapy. Its effects are highly variable and may cause minor cognitive impairments in some patients. Surgical interventions such as decompression may be considered.
- Obesity is another symptom. Dietary habits, for example, avoiding high carbohydrate and fat, helps control obesity.
- Anti-convulsants and anti-epileptic drugs reduce the frequency and severity of seizures.
- Supportive treatment with painkillers with lower side effects is recommended for headaches.
Clumps of red bumps on exposed areas of the body - face, neck, arms and legs,Symmetrically distributed bumps, appearing and disappearing blisters,As old blisters desquamate new ones will erupt,Ticklish itch,Fever,Irritation,Blisters ooze seropurulent matter if the summit of the papules is damaged
Scratching causes skin damage and scarring, making the affected areas vulnerable to infection,In the most severe cases, it can cause airway obstruction due to swelling
Topical steroid cream,Antihistamine tablets,Antiseptic cream,Oral anti-inflammatory corticosteroids,Systemic antihistamine,Topical or oral antibiotics,Calamine or menthol lotions and creams