Constitutional treatment of tinea in homoeopathy: A case report
Author(s): SN Sharma, Hari Shankar Tiwari, Sakshi Mewara and Ayushi Garg
Superficial fungal infections are most common worldwide and widespread in the developing countries. All people are not equally susceptible to fungal infection, even when they have similar risk factors. The pathogenesis of dermatophyte infection involves complex interaction between the host, agent and the environment. This is a case of a 20year old male patient presented with Tinea from 3 years. A complete case history was taken and after repertorisation on the basis of totality and with the importance of concept of miasm, Mercurius Solubilis in 30 potency was selected and single dose was given. Case was closely followed for three to four months, which shows the effectiveness of homoeopathic medicine in the treatment of Tinea.