Complications of Scabies

  • Secondary Bacterial infection
Scabies not treated early then develops secondary bacterial infection with streptococci or staphylococi. Untreated lesions of scabis convert into pustules and bullae filled with pus. These lesions burst, get converted with purulent, yellowish crusts it is due to scrating erosion forms. 
  • Erythroderma
  • Infective Eczema
This condition is usually develops in infants and children. Diseased areas display erythema, edema, vasiculation, oozing and serosanguinous crusting. Face is usually involved in infants.
  • Paraphimosis 
Paraphimosis is develops due to retracted edematous preputial skin which is unable to take forward. Condition is commonly seen in children. 
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Eczematoid and infected
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