Rash diabetes and skin rash

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rash in diabetes mellitusAccording to research, rash, and other skin lesions occur in 35-50% of patients with a diagnosis of diabetes. There are also unexpressed problems with the skin, such as lesions of the connective dermal tissue, vascular changes and nails, and other common frequency in patients with diabetes reaches 100%.

There are skin rash, characteristic only of diabetes. This diabetic bullae, or pemphigus, which occurs in severe forms of the disease, especially in cases when the disease is accompanied by diabetic neuropathy. Pemphigus occurs due to the fact that there are structural disorders in the joints of the dermis and epidermis, and is a blisters, usually on the lower extremities. Some skin condition, for example, necrobiosis lipoidica, are also closely linked to diabetes.


Rash diabetes

Most often in patients with diabetes meet the following types of skin lesions: diabetic bullous rash, teleangioektasia nail bed, skin tags (acrochordon), rashes on the face, papillomatous hyperplasia (dermatosis), hyperpigmentation of the skin in the folds, finger seals, affecting the extensor surface of the fingers, eruptive xanthomatosis, vitiligo, and others.

in addition, diabetes is often accompanied by fungal infections, which, in turn, lead to skin lesions. First of all, it is candidiasis that occurs in the form of thrush, angular cheilitis, intertrigo, chronic interdigital blastomycetes erosion and onychomycosis (nail infection). All of these syndromes are manifested on the background of increased content of glucose in the blood, therefore with the appearance of suspicious symptoms should immediately undergo tests to diagnose the disease (if any) at an early stage.


Skin rash in diabetes

Often, skin rash in diabetes are the result of the body's response to insulin injections. Basically it is the idiosyncrasy and allergic reactions: generalized and localized urticaria, Arthus, localized hypersensitivity, itching and rash, knotted and mnogoformnaya erythema.

For General rashes, characteristic of diabetes include bacterial infections, such as furuncles, folliculitis, carbuncles, stye eye and nail infections. Currently skin problems is not as dangerous for diabetics, as before, however, to prevent the development of skin lesions, it is necessary to conduct proper and timely treatment.