Do you need to shave your hair for leukodystrophy treatment?

In general, treatment of leukoderma does not require shaving, but the specific need to decide according to the severity of the disease.
Leukoderma, also known as seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp, mainly manifests as diffuse erythema, papules, greasiness and scaling of the scalp, accompanied by itching, which, if left unchecked, can gradually extend to the face and other seborrheic areas. Treatment can be internal vitamin B, antihistamines, etc. Topical selenium disulfide lotion or ketoconazole lotion can be used for cleaning, most patients do not need to shave their hair.
Most patients do not need to shave their hair. However, if the local symptoms are severe, such as erosion and oozing from the scalp, the hair may need to be shaved and treated to prevent infection.

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