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Tiny white raised dots on the back of hands with itching. Topical application of steroid with mebendazole. Permanent cure ?

Regards sir, I have tiny white raised dots on the back of my hands. There is itching sensation sometimes. My dermatologist suggested topical application of steroid (which i did not use) and i also took a course of mebendazole . I often wear gloves(I am a dentist ), but have been using this brand for over 9 years.(NU-Life) Sometimes these appear and disappear on the skin of feet as well. Please advice. Thank you
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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Hi tiny raised papules which are white on back of the head and feet can be due to polymorphic light is treated by calamine lotion in the morning which contains zinc oxide works as a sunscreen .and apply tenovate along with moisteriser in night can cure it.use of atarax 25 mg at night and antoxid-hc in the morning can cure the disease
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