Influence of mites genus demodex on clinical picture of the disease at patients with acne and rosacea

influence of mites genus demodex on clinical picture of the disease at patients with acne and rosacea2In modern medicine, it is always important to identify the etiologic factors and pathogenic mechanisms of the diseasein order to establish an accurate diagnosis and selection of appropriate therapies. The topical issue of dermatology is toclarify the development of pathogenic mechanisms of the most common dermatoses – acne and rosacea, associated with opportunistic skin flora. In particular, mites genus Demodex, capable of parasitizing, are the most frequently reported microbial agents in this pathology [1]. There are no demodex mites on the skin of newborns. However,dissemination occurs in childhood and to middle age 80-100% of population become carriers of mites, thus theinfection happens through direct contact or through everyday when using general hygiene means; mites live on a dampsurface and do not survive without the owner, parasite everywhere at all races and are found at all geographical zones [2]. Mites of genus Demodex are the most common human ectoparasites, living in hair follicles and in excretory ductsof sebaceous glands [1].

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