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The Modern Approach To The Complex Therapy Of Demodicosis
Zhanetta Revenko

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Abstract

Demodicosis is one of the most common diseases of the skin. Despite the large number of scientific publications on this issue the question of the etiology and pathogenesis of this disease still remains unresolved and the development of more effective methods of treatment and prevention has not only medical but also social significance as patients preserving the working ability have actually long enough to be on outpatient and even inpatient treatment. In addition the long existence of the rash on the face that is the "business card" leads to the secondary sometimes severe neurotic disorders that results in reducing abilities, isolation, unwillingness to be in a team, family, etc.We investigated the effect of complex therapy which had been conducted by means of antiparasitic, immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory and desensitizing drugs in patients with demodicosis, as well as mandatory adjustment of changes in the hepato- panсreato-duodenal system. We examined 109 patients with demodicosis from 18 to 39 years old and 10 healthy individuals of the corresponding age and sex. It was established that the effectiveness of treatment of demodicosis based on the application of albendazole in the complex treatment along with immune-modulating therapy and hepatoprotection increased significantly. There has been a reliable rapid regression of clinical symptoms in most patients with demodicosis.

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