Scabies

 

Pruritic dermatosis which is caused by Sarcoptes scabei an arthropod mite. Its female enter the skin below the stratum corneum to form furrows on palm, wrists and other parts of the skin. Its lesion is caused mainly by scratching which may lead to maculopapular rash and vesicles.

 

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