Can The Red Rash On The Skin Affect The Results Of The MCU Test?
Look, tomorrow I have an MCU and fitness test, then I have a red rash on my skin, does it affect the test and cause me not to pass? Please answer
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It needs to be clarified, for what purpose do you undergo a medical check-up and body fitness test?
To qualify for acceptance as a member of a certain institution or institution, several examination procedures are often carried out, including a medical examination. However, the indicators of passing each of these examinations may vary depending on the policies of the institution or institution that carries it out. So, it can't be generalized huh ..
A reddish rash on the skin can be triggered by various factors. Some examples of the most common causes are:
Genetic variation from birth Red nevi (mole) Atopic dermatitis (chronic skin inflammation triggered by hypersensitivity) Contact dermatitis (skin inflammation due to contact with an allergic or irritant substance) Skin infection, which can be caused by fungi, viruses, or bacteria Insect bites Psoriasis ( Chronic skin inflammation due to autoimmune disorders) Seborrheic dermatitis (chronic skin inflammation that causes scaly skin like dandruff) Excessive friction or pressure on certain parts of the body Blood vessel disorders or blood clotting factors, etc. You can observe from our explanation above that it is not all reddish rashes on the skin are dangerous. There is also a rash that is categorized as normal so it does not require special treatment.
The institution or institution that carries out the examination will certainly know better, whether a rash like yours could affect the results of the examination or not. Due to the lack of information that you provide, related to the institution or institution that carries out the examination and the examination procedures, we are not authorized to explain it in detail. It is better if you consult directly with the doctor who checks at the institution or institution.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah