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introduction to Chigger Mite Dermatitis-Symptoms-Treatment-Care-Diet

introduction to Chigger Mite Dermatitis-Symptoms-Treatment-Care-Diet

Brief introduction of chigger mite dermatitis

Chigger mites are also called "sand mites" and "sand lice", and are called "red toon" or "grass-pulling human mites" abroad. It belongs to Arachnida, Mite, Chigger Mite. The life history of chigger mites is divided into four periods: eggs, larvae, nymphs and adults. Adults lay eggs in soil gaps, hatch into larvae after 5 ~ 7 days, parasitize rodents, bury themselves into nymphs after sucking blood once, and become adults after molting twice. The average life span of adults is about 300 days.

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Basic knowledge of chigger mite dermatitis

  • Whether it belongs to medical insurance: No
  • Alias: Toona sinensis, human mite, sand mite, sand louse and chigger mite disease
  • Location: Skin
  • Infectious: non-contagious
  • Multiple populations: All populations
  • Related symptoms: excessive thickening of stratum corneum, enlargement of lymph nodes, secondary infection, scab and itching
  • Complicated disease: typhoid fever

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