TINEA CORPORIS WITH GRADE I OBESITY IN WOMEN DOMESTIC WORKERS AGE 34 YEARS

Eka Aprillia Arum Kanti, Soraya Rahmanisa

Abstract


Tinea corporis is dermatophytosis disease. Dermatophytosis is a superficial fungal infection caused by dermatophytes genus, which can affect the skin, hair and nails. In glabrosa skin, in addition to the scalp, face, legs, hands feet, and groin beard. Governance requires the use of family medicine approach because in addition to using pharmacological modalities, is also needed support from the patient's family. Case. Mrs. S, aged 34 years, overweight patients light up every move was sweating, often wearing dresses and tight trousers. behavioral family treatment went to health services when complaints arise, as well as the absence of allocation of health funding, relationships with both families and harmonic. Conclusion. the clinical and psychosocial problems are complex and take a long time collaboration between healthcare providers and family. Where providers do not only solve problems but also create warmth clinical, and psychosocial problems also with the help of neighborhood community life.

 

Keywords: family medicine, fungal infections, skin, tinea corporis.

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