My baby born on august 20, 2011 was affected by skin allergy.
We consult with the dermatologist, Initially he asked us to take amplicox and atarax drops after that told to took a skin biopsy.
The skin biopsy report says:
Section shows skin, the epidermis exhibiting spongiosis with vesiculation and intraepidermal collections of eosinophils. The eosinophils are seen extending into the adjacent epidermis. Many dyskeratotic cells are present having hyaline cytoplasm. The underlying dermis contains many small blood vessels and a mild inflammatory infiltrate.
After the biopsy test, doctor ask us to use T-Bact.
Is the procedure right? Any other treatment needed.
please discuss with the doctors that in some cases the baby allergies vanishes after few time.
my child has also some type of sever skin allergies the main effected areas are the joints area where the skin collected, we have also tried medication but
at last we quit. and after two years it vanishes completely.
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