BLISTER BEETLE DERMATITIS PDF

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Background: Blister beetle dermatitis an irritant vesiculobullous disorder caused by rove beetles when it comes in contact with or is crushed on. Blister beetle dermatitis (BBD) is a seasonal irritant contact dermatitis caused mainly by beetles of the genus. Paederus. It is clinically. Background: Blister beetle dermatitis is an irritant dermatitis caused mainly by beetles of the genus Paederus. It is clinically characterised by acute onset of linear.

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Blister beetle dermatitis is an irritant dermatitis caused mainly by beetles of the genus Paederus. It is clinically characterised by acute onset of linear erythematous plaques mainly over exposed areas like face, neck and upper limb.

Fifty four patients with blister beetle dermatitis who presented to the dermatology outpatient department over a period of three months from May to July were included in this study. Dermaritis various clinical patterns of blister beetle dermatitis observed in these patients are described.

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Blister beetle dermatitis is a common problem in tropical countries like India. Knowledge about the various clinical presentations will help in early diagnosis vlister treatment. Verma CR, Agarwal S. Med J Armed Forces India. An outbreak of blister beetle dermatitis in a residential school: Muller J Med Sci Res. A study of beetle dermatitis.

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Indian J Clin Pract. Paederus dermatitis among residents of nursing hostel in central India: Indian Dermatol Online J. Dermatitis Due to Paederus Colombinus: Coondoo A, Nandy J. User Username Password Remember me.

Keywords Blister beetle, Dermatitis, Paederus, Pigmentation. Singh G, Yousuf Ali S.

Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol. Karthikeyan K, Kumar A.