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  • Agyria

    The main and most obvious symptom is that your skin turns blue-gray. This might start in a small area or with just a slight tinge, but it can eventually cover your entire body. For some people, the first symptom is gray or brown discoloration of the gums. Other areas of hyperpigmentation may occur in your: nail beds conjunctival membranes mucous membranes The amount of d  Read More

  • Blue rubber bleb nevus

    Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome is also known as Bean syndrome. It is a rare syndrome of venous malformations that arise in the skin and gastrointestinal tract.Risk factors.Since the disease is a genetic disorder, there are no risk factors associated with this disease. However, consanguineous marriage is a leading cause of disease transmission.Some patients may have mutations in genetic levels, which can affect  Read More

  • Chilblains

    Patients with chilblains are generally prescribed OTC medications purchased at a pharmacy. The condition is treated symptomatically using certain medications.During the diagnostic process, your doctor will diagnose or examine your skin condition.Further tests like skin biopsy may be suggested to rule out other causes for your signs and symptoms.The first line of treatment includes measures to keep  Read More

  • Gangrene

    Damaged tissue from gangrene cannot be saved. However, medication is available to help avoid gangrene from worsening. The sooner you receive therapy, the greater your chances of recovery.Gangrene treatment may comprise one or more of the following: Medication: Antibiotics are administered intravenously or orally to treat bacterial infections. To alleviate discomfort, pain medicines may be admini  Read More

  • Localized epidermolysis bullosa

    Localized Epidermolysis bullosa simplex (EBS) is a genetic disease, which means that it is caused by one or more genes not working correctly.The majority of EBS subtypes are inherited in a dominant manner. This means that an affected parent passes them on to half of his or her offspring. EBS affects both men and women equally.Epidermolysis bullosa simplex is often transmitted in an autosomal dominant manne  Read More

  • Ochronosis

    Ochronosis is a type of condition triggered by malarial drugs, skin-lightening creams, and over-exposure to the sun. These are very difficult conditions for treatment and the results are unpredictable and inconsistent.These are various ways for treatments are as follows:Nonpharmacological measures: Sun protective clothes, goggles, and hats are important. Uses of offending agents must be stopped, and sun  Read More

  • Stretch marks

    Stretch marks, medically known as striae, are seen as long, narrow, rippled marks that develop due to rapid stretching or shrinking of the skin. They can be red, brown, purple, black or pink in color. These marks can appear on any body part, but they are most common on stomach, upper arms, breasts, thighs, and lower back.Over-the-counter treatmentRetinol and Hyaluronic acid creams: People with stretch m  Read More

  • Wells' syndrome

    Wells' syndrome, also named eosinophilic cellulitis, is a skin disease that is very rare. There occur rashes on the skin that are so painful that the touch may feel burning, raised, red, or swollen on the skin.The person affected by this skin condition may be because of bites from spiders, fleas, bees, mites, or ticks, i.e., arthropods.But the actual and exact cause is not yet known.The sympto  Read More

  • Ws -- waardenburg syndrome

    Waardenburg syndrome (WS) is a group of genetic disorders named after Dutch ophthalmologist and geneticist Petrus Johannes Waardenburg, who described it. This is an autosomal dominant inherited disorder. This rare disease results in the loss of pigmentary cells in the eyes, skin, stria vascularis of the cochlea, and hair.This type of disease may cause features like facial abnormalities like the diminished coloratio  Read More