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Pityriasis amiantacea (schalp): symptoms and treatment

  1. Pityriasis amiantacea, also known as 'tinea aminatacea' or 'schalp', is a rare skin condition in which thick, patchy scaly layers, clinging around the hair, form. the cause is not exactly known in 2020. Pityriasis amiantacea may be an enhanced form of dandruff. Due to the fact that these thick plaques in the hair are cosmetically disturbing, this skin condition can cause a lot of shame and psychological problems. Treatment takes place with Xamiol gel, which contains liposomes with Vitamin D, as well as a corticoid, a hormone produced by the adrenal cortex. The French baron Jean-Louis Alibert (1768-1837) first described the condition in 1832.

Pityriasis amiantacea

  1. What is pityriasis amiantacea? Synonyms Reinforced form of dandruff Symptoms of pityriasis amiantacea Who has schalp? Cause of pityriasis amiantacea Examination and diagnosis Diagnostic research Differential diagnosis Treatment of pityriasis amiantacea Xamiol Additional treatment Complications Schalp forecast

Reinforced form of dandruff

  1. It is suggested that pityriasis amiantacea can be regarded as an enhanced form of dandruff, where the scaling is so persistent that it does not detach easily. Flaky layers are formed that accumulate, creating a 'mountain' of caked and clumped flakes. The condition has many similarities with the well-known "mountain" scaling, a mild form of seborrheic dermatitis

Examination and diagnosis

  1. Diagnostic examination

Treatment of pityriasis amiantacea

    Schalp Prognosis

    1. Pityriasis amiantacea may return after a while after treatment. Regular hair washing may be enough to help prevent the condition.

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