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Skin and mouth problems

Many skin problems occur in patients with HIV infection (Box 4.5). These may represent exacerbations of previous skin disease, or a new problem. Identical skin conditions occur in HIV-negative persons. However, in the immunocompromised, these common conditions may be more severe, persistent and difficult to treat. Many minor opportunistic infections (Group IVC2) manifest themselves on the skin and in the mouth. Seborrhoeic dermatitis is frequently seen and usually presents as a red scaly rash affecting the face, scalp and sometimes the whole body. This condition often responds well to 1 hydrocortisone and antifungal cream.

Onychomycosis and its treatment

Lateral Onychomycosis

Dermatophytes Plantar scaling due to Trichophyton rubrum infection in a patient with DLSO. Plantar scaling due to Trichophyton rubrum infection in a patient with DLSO. Tinea cruris in a patient affected by DLSO of several finger nails due to Trichophyton rubrum. Tinea cruris in a patient affected by DLSO of several finger nails due to Trichophyton rubrum. Fungal melanonychia due to Trichophyton rubrum. Fungal melanonychia due to Trichophyton rubrum. fungi (Table 8.1) include dermatophytes (most frequently Trichophyton rubrum), moulds (Scytalidium spp., Scopulariopsis spp., Fusarium spp., Acremonium spp., Onychocola canadensis) and yeasts (Candida spp.). The skin of the palms and soles is frequently involved, especially in dermatophytic infections with plantar scaling (Figure 8.2). Tinea cruris is common in patients with onychomycosis due to T. rubrum and Epidermophyton floccosum (see Figure 8.7). by Trichophyton rubrum in people infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Finger...

Luliconazole Antifungal [4547

Luliconazole is a member of the imidazole class of antifungal agents, with specific utility as a dermatological antimycotic drug. It was launched last year in Japan as a topical agent for the treatment of athlete's foot. Luliconazole is an optically active drug with (R)-configuration at its chiral center. It is structurally related to la-noconazole, which has been marketed as a racemic mixture since 1994. As with other azole antifungal drugs, the mechanism of action of luliconazole is the inhibition of sterol 14-a-demethylase, and subsequently, inhibition of ergosterol biosynthesis. In C. albicans, luliconazole inhibits ergosterol biosynthesis with an IC50 of 14 nM, and it is about 2.5-fold more potent than lanoconazole (IC50 36 nM), and 28-fold more potent than bifonazole (IC50 3 90 nM). The corresponding (S)-enantiomer of luliconazole is virtually inactive. In vitro, luliconazole exhibits strong antifungal activity against Trichophyton mentagrophytes and Trichophyton rubrum, with...

Doripenem Antibiotic [2225

Eberconazole is a new member of the azole class of antifungal agents, and it is indicated for the topical treatment of cutaneous fungal infections, including tinea corporis (ringworm of the body), tinea cruris (ringworm of the groin) and tinea pedis (athlete's foot) infections. Its mode of action is similar to that of other azole antifungals, namely inhibition of fungal lanosterol 14a-demethylase. Eberconazole exhibits good in vitro activity against a wide range of Candida species, including Candida. tropicalis, dermatophytes and Malassezia spp. yeasts. It shows good activity against Candida. Parapsilosis (MIC90 0.125 mg mL), which is a relevant species in skin and nail disorders. In addition, eberconazole is effective against some of the highly triazole-resistant yeasts such as Candida. glabrata and Candida. krusei, as well as fluconazole-resistant Candida. albicans. However, eberconazole is less active than clotrimazole and ketoconazole against Candida. neoformans and a number of...

Minor Complications

Skin maceration or fungal infection around the stoma may be due to a wet environment caused by occlusive dressings. Usually, no dressing is required. Daily cleaning of the stoma and exposure to air will prevent fungal infection. Antifungal cream may be required to treat the infection.

Allylamines

Allylamines are antifungal agents targeted to squalene epoxidase, an enzyme necessary for ergosterol biosynthesis. Naftifine (12) was the first allylamine agent introduced in therapy in the early 1980s as 1 cream or gel for topical use. It has fungicidal activity against dermatophytes and fungistatic activity against Candida species. Its sensitizing capacity seems to be greater than in the commonly used azoles 58 . Terbinafine (13) was approved in 1990s in the UK and USA for the treatment of onychomycosis. It is the most frequently prescribed oral antifungal agent in North America, for onychomycosis. Eighteen randomized controlled trials have shown terbinafine to be highly effective with mycological cure of 76 . 13 has an established safety profile and very low occurrence of drug interactions 59 . An improved antifungal composition for topical application to the skin and nails has been developed for allylamines (naftifine or terbinafine) 60 . A formulation to provide a product having...

Web Space Infection

Lumbrical Atrophy Foot

Fungal infections develop as a result of poor foot hygiene, hyperhidrosis, and accumulation of moist detritus in the webs (Figure 8.6 shows another patient). Interdigital tinea pedis is the most common form of chronic fungal foot infection. Itching, redness, scaling, erosion and soaking of the skin with fluid usually occur, while in the late phase the redness subsides. Trichophyton metagrophytes Trichophyton rubrum or Epidermophyton floccosum may be found. Keywords Web space infection fungus infection chronic tinea pedis Trichophyton metagrophytes Trichophyton rubrum or Epidermophyton floccosum.

Onychomycosis

Superficial white onychomycosis is easy to diagnose a tangential biopsy of the nail plate is taken with a no. 15 scalpel and sent to the laboratory. Formalin fixation is not necessary. The thin nail slice is processed and cut as usual and stained with periodic acid-Schiff reagent (PAS) or another stain for fungi. Under the microscope, chains of small, regularly sized fungal spores are seen on the nail plate surface and in its splits, giving evidence of a Trichophyton mentagrophytes infection. Larger spores and short, thick-walled hyphae of irregular calibre are characteristic of a mould infection. The nail plate does not exhibit any further pathological alterations and the subungual structures remain normal.

Mouth problems

Tinea Pedis Mouth

Figure 4.5 Tinea cruris Figure 4.5 Tinea cruris Other common dermatoses that respond to antifungal creams (for example Clotrimazole) include tinea cruris and pedis and candidiasis. Folliculitis often responds to 1 hydrocortisone and antifungal cream, impetigo to antibiotics and shingles to aciclovir, valaciclovir or famciclovir. Recurrent perianal or genital herpes may become more troublesome, with recurrences lasting longer and occurring more frequently if this persists for more than 3 months it is considered an AIDS-defining opportunistic infection (Group IVC1). Treatment with long-term acyclovir, valaciclovir or famciclovir suppression is often required. Genital and perianal warts are common, difficult to treat and frequently recurrent, and high-grade cervical dysplasia is seen more often in HIV-infected women.