I have had small white dots on my neck for the past three months. These spots are bumpy and sometimes itchy. They are small and round, like the shape of small freckles. When I touch it, it is not smooth. What can it be?
1. Do you have any drug history or drug allergies?
2. Do you have a history of atopy or allergies?
3. Do you have an issue with excess sweating?
4. Are you diabetic?
5. Have you ever had any fungal infections in the past?
6. Do you scratch or rub the lesions?
7. Is the lesion spreading?
8. Did you get any fever?
9. Do you have any insect bite history?
Please answer the questions in detail for further assessment.
I am a type 2 diabetic. I had no fungal infection in the past. This is the first time these spots have appeared. I do not have excessive sweating. I have no fever. I have no history of insect bites. I do not have any drug allergies. Sometimes these spot on the neck gets itchy, so I scratch them. Thank you.
.. a possibility of pityriasis versicolor. Pityriasis versicolor is a superficial fungal infection caused by Malassezia furfur. The infection is more common in hot and humid weather conditions, which favor the growth of the fungus.
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.. suffering from pityriasis versicolor (attachment removed to protect patient identity). It is a fungal infection due to malassezia furfur.
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