pediculosis capitis


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Noun1.pediculosis capitis - infestation of the scalp with licepediculosis capitis - infestation of the scalp with lice  
lousiness, pediculosis - infestation with lice (Pediculus humanus) resulting in severe itching
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She has scalp itch and here loss, and is convinced she has pediculosis capitis because of head Lausten chief found.
Certain skin disorders may be chronic or recurrent in psychiatric patients due to the neglect, poor hygiene and noncompliance to proper treatment such as in scabies, pediculosis capitis and bacterial infections.
2 Pediculosis capitis has been well-known since ancient times.
Of these, scabies was present in 5% and pediculosis capitis in 2%.
Pediculosis capitis infestations are a common health problem, with cases ranging in the hundreds of millions worldwide.
Pediculosis capitis, known as head lice infestation caused by Pediculus humanus capitis is a common community health concern which affects millions of children around the world.
Infestation with head lice, officially called Pediculosis capitis, is common in the U.
Las piedras generalmente se diagnostican por la inspeccion clinica y microscopica del pelo y debe diferenciarse de la pediculosis capitis y pubis, liendras, tina capitis, tricomoniasis, tricorrexis nodosa, tricomicosis axilar y de escamas de psoriasis o de eczema que afectan el cuero cabelludo, teniendo en cuenta que el cuero cabelludo en la piedra es de apariencia normal (27).
Pediculosis capitis (head lice infestation) affects between 1% and 3% of 6- to 12-year-olds in industrialised nations, but the diagnostic accuracy of visual inspection and wet combing has not been determined appropriately.
To the Editor: Pediculosis capitis has been well-known since antiquity (1).
Pediculosis capitis, pityriasis alba, tinea versicolor, hypopigmented nevus, insect bites and miliaria were frequently detected.