The chronic migrating erythema
- Symptoms of the Chronic migrating erythema
- The reasons of the Chronic migrating erythema
- Treatment of the Chronic migrating erythema
The chronic migrating erythema (Aftseliusa-Lipshyuttsa) - a dermatosis of not clear etiology.
Symptoms of the Chronic migrating erythema:
On site a sting a forest tick there is a spot of red-purple coloring which arises very quickly, practically in only a few minutes. Then gradually the spot grows in the sizes, taking the form of a half ring, an oval or a ring. After completion of growth the sizes of the center of defeat can be to 5-6 cm and more. As much as possible they can reach the sizes of a palm of the adult. As a rule, after sting on skin there is only one such center of defeat which exists further quite long time.
The patient does not feel absolutely any subjective feelings. Then the spot begins to heal gradually, on its place there is a spot of excess adjournment of a pigment of melanin having dark coloring in the beginning. Over time normal skin color is recovered and on site there is no former center left absolutely any pathological changes of skin. Seldom, but nevertheless in some cases Aftseliusa-Lipshyutts's erythema can be complicated by development of a polyneuritis further. At the same time nervous trunks and the terminations are surprised.
Depending on an arrangement of defeat in this or that part of a body of the patient can test an itch, burning, a pricking, other unpleasant feelings, morbidity. Disorders of skin and deeper sensitivity, disturbance of movements in these or those groups of muscles can come to light. In this regard some researchers are inclined to consider pathology as the infectious disease caused by an unknown type of a virus. The tick in this case is considered as a carrier of the main activator.
Also there are data speaking about proximity of the considered disease to a so-called high-quality lymphadenosis of Befversted. It is a special kind of a benign tumor of an adenoid tissue which can also develop as a result of a sting of a forest tick.
The reasons of the Chronic migrating erythema:
It is virus or, rather bacterial dermatosis of not clear etiology. The infection is transmitted at a sting of a tick of Ixodes ricinus.
Treatment of the Chronic migrating erythema:
Practically it is not required as the nature of a disease is not clear, and signs in quite short terms spontaneously pass it.