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The tick size of 0.2-0.5 mm, lives in the sebaceous glands and hair follicles of the skin, prefer places with increased sebaceous excretions. Favourite localization of the tick eyelids, facial skin, the area brow, forehead and nasolabial folds and chin, the outer ear canal. In some cases, it may cause a specific eye disease - blepharitis and Demodectic blefarokonjuktivit. The disease is chronic, more common in people with weakened immune systems or metabolic disorders.

The symptoms of demodectic

Acne is most often seen folliculitis (inflammation of hair follicles of the skin). Depending on the location it can be small pustules (papules or pustules) at the exit of the hair, located on inflamed, congested skin. Acne age accompanied by itching, edema and hyperemia edges century, the appearance of scales from the roots of eyelashes.
Typically, patients complain of eyestrain. Characteristic appearance of the affected century: a raid on the edge of the eyelids, lashes stuck together, surrounded by a sleeve in the form of crusts.

Diagnosis of demodicosis

Diagnosis of demodectic mange is simple enough. To identify the tick is done with scraping the skin lesion or multiple separated lashes, and then carried out a study under a microscope. No microscopic examination the diagnosis can not be put demodicosis. Therefore, the appearance of these symptoms should consult a dermatologist and be screened.

Treatment of demodicosis

demodectic mange treatment prescribed by a doctor dermatologist. Do not resort to folk remedies. Usually prescribe various ointments containing insecticidal components such as permethrin. Treatment is effective only under strict hygiene measures (there is a possibility of re self-infection).
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