The following Conditions are related to Face

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  • Acantholysis bullosa

    Acantholysis bullosa is a genetic disease, which means that it is caused by one or more genes not working correctly.Risk factors-Acantholysis bullosa is a genetic condition that is usually rare. This condition makes skin so weak that it can tear or blister at the slightest touch. Children born with it are often called "Butterfly Children" because their skin is very fragile, just like butterfly wings.  Read More

  • Acanthosis bullosa

    Acanthosis bullosa is a painful condition charecterised by large painful blisters on the skin of f patient. this condition tends to make the skin very weak similar to a butterfly. the patients will have blisters even on simple skin rubbing or other conditions. Even tiny wounds caused by heat, rubbing, scraping, or adhesive tape may result in blisters. Blisters may develop inside the body in extreme circumstances, such as on the stomach or the lin  Read More

  • Actinic keratosis

    Actinic keratosis usually disappears on its own; however, some lesions are difficult to diagnose whether they are normal or they can shift into cancerous lesions.Treatment-In case of Actinic keratosis, it can be difficult to distinguish between noncancerous spots and cancerous ones. So it's best to get evaluated by a doctor.When you have severe actinic keratosis, the doctor may prescribe you a  Read More

  • Atopic dermatitis

    Atopic dermatitis, commonly called eczema, is a persistent disease; you may need long-standing treatment for these symptoms. The doctor may recommend some home remedies and hygienic practices to sort out the issue.Cure/medications-Topical creams like calcineurin inhibitors such as tacrolimus (Protopic) and pimecrolimus (Elidel) affect your immune system. They are used by people older than age 2 to help  Read More

  • Carate

    Carate, also known as Pinta, is a skin disease caused by a spiral-shaped bacterium called Treponema Carateum.The signs and symptoms of Carate are as follows:Carate only affects the skin. It begins as itchy, flat, reddened areas on the arms, hands, face, feet, legs, or neck.These affected areas enlarge and thicken; however, after several months, some three to nine months later, further thickened  Read More

  • Crosti-gianotti syndrome

    Gianotti-Crosti syndrome (GCS), papular acrodermatitis of childhood or acrodermatitis is a rare, childhood skin condition that affects children between the ages of 3 months and 15 years.Gianotti-Crosti syndrome is characterized by a papular rash with blisters on the skin of the legs, buttocks, and arms.Skin lesions typically last at least 10 days but may last for several weeks. GCS is a response to the und  Read More

  • Cutis laxa-growth deficiency syndrome

    De Barsy syndrome is a rare, autosomal recessive genetic disorder, the main characteristics of which are a prematurely aged-looking face (progeria), cloudy corneas, short stature, and mental retardation. The condition is expressed in variable presentations involving complicated patterns of ocular, facial, skeletal, dermatologic and neurological abnormalities.  Read More

  • Cysts

    Cysts are non-cancerous abnormal growth that causes pain and swelling. A person may develop various kinds of cysts anywhere in the body. However, it is curable.The treatment and cure of the cyst:The procedure of removing the cyst depends on the type, size, and area in which it occurred. For instance, if the cyst is really large, the medical expert will perform surgery on it.Sometimes, the docto  Read More

  • De barsy syndrome

    De Barsy syndrome is a rare, autosomal recessive genetic disorder, the main characteristics of which are a prematurely aged-looking face (progeria), cloudy corneas, short stature, and mental retardation. The condition is expressed in variable presentations involving complicated patterns of ocular, facial, skeletal, dermatologic and neurological abnormalities.  Read More

  • De barsy-moens-diercks syndrome

    De Barsy syndrome is a rare, autosomal recessive genetic disorder, the main characteristics of which are a prematurely aged-looking face (progeria), cloudy corneas, short stature, and mental retardation. The condition is expressed in variable presentations involving complicated patterns of ocular, facial, skeletal, dermatologic and neurological abnormalities.  Read More

  • Empeines

    Empeines, also called Pinta, is a disease that is very rare and spread by infections that affect the skin. Pinta is a disease which affected by Treponema carateum bacteria, which is spiral-shaped bacteria. This also causes diseases like yaws, and syphilis.This disease is transmitted by direct skin-to-skin contact and nonsexual contact.The disease does not affect other body organs, but it affects exposed ar  Read More

  • Erythema multiforme

    The majority of Erythema Multiforme infections, according to doctors, are thought to be caused by other infections that trigger the body's immune system to assault skin cells. Unfortunately, it's not always clear to doctors what brought on your rash.On the basis of the patient's medical history and physical examination, Erythema Multiforme is clinically diagnosed. It is imperative to enquire about recent medication  Read More

  • Erythema multiforme exudativum

    Erythema Multiforme Exudativum is a form of reoccurring skin condition usually mild and happens due to viral infection or medicinal reaction.Complications:Though this is a curable disease scars are not the thing to worry about. It heals without leaving marks and with no further problems. But the risk of EME coming back is there as follows:If the disease is from the virus Herpes Simplex.An  Read More

  • Erythropoietic protoporphyria

    Most forms of erythropoietic protoporphyria are inherited.The risk factors of erythropoietic protoporphyria include:Porphyria can occur if you inherit a defective gene from one of your parents (autosomal dominant pattern) or inherit a defective gene from both parents (autosomal recessive pattern).Environmental factors may also trigger the development of signs and symptoms in porphyria.Trig  Read More

  • Gianotti crosti syndrome

    Gianotti Crosti Syndrome is a very rare skin disease that mostly affects children between nine months to nine years old. It is also named papular acrodermatitis of childhood. There happen to be rashes with blisters on the skin of the buttocks, legs, arms, face, etc.Even adults have a risk factor for this disease, and women are more at risk than men. It happens more in the summer and spring seasons.In some par  Read More

  • H. gottron's syndrome

    Gottron syndrome (GS) is an extremely rare inherited disorder characterized by the appearance of premature aging (progeria), especially in the form of unusually fragile, thin skin on the hands and feet (distal extremities). GS is described as a mild, nonprogressive, congenital form of skin atrophy due to the loss of the fatty tissue directly under the skin (subcutaneous atrophy). Other findings may include abnormally small hands and feet with  Read More

  • Hives, giant

    Angioedema or Hives is usually treated by avoiding known triggers to the allergic reaction.The prescription drugs for the treatments of hives and angioedema may include:Antihistamines: It is the standard treatment for hives and angioedema. These medications reduce itching, swelling and other allergy symptoms.Drugs that suppress the immune system: Drugs that can calm an overactive immune system  Read More

  • Keratosis seborrheic

    Seborrheic keratosis is not harmful and does not require treatment. It can be removed if they irritate you.Seborrheic keratosis can be removed using one or more of the following techniques:Growth is being frozen: Cryotherapy (freezing a growth with liquid nitrogen) can be an effective technique to eradicate seborrheic keratosis. It does not usually work on thicker, elevated growths. This procedure carri  Read More

  • Lichen urticatus

    Lichen Urticatus is the most common childhood skin condition. It is distinguished by itchy and irritating red blotches or hives.It is caused by a hypersensitive allergic reaction to insect bites, drugs, food, plants, and prolonged sun exposure.Hives are characterized by raised red splotches that itch or burn and can range in size from small dots to large patches covering multiple areas of your body at the  Read More

  • Nodular nonsuppurative panniculitis

    Nodular Nonsuppurative Panniculitis is a rare skin disorder. It is also known as Weber-Christian disease (WCD) or Idiopathic lobular panniculitis.Nodular Nonsuppurative Panniculitis affects men and women of all ages, and mostly it affects adult women. There are fewer chances of nodular nonsuppurative panniculitis affecting children.The nodules are approx 1-2 centimeters large in size. These mostly affect t  Read More

  • Panniculitis, idiopathic nodular

    Idiopathic nodular panniculitis is a rare spectrum of skin disorders characterized by single or multiple, tender or painful bumps below the surface of the skin subcutaneous nodules) that can be open sores and usually lead to inflammation of the subcutaneous layer of fat (panniculitis).These nodules tend to be 1-2 centimeters in size and most often affect the legs and feet Rare cases involve panniculitis of the brea  Read More

  • Pityriasis rosea

    Pityriasis rosea is a rash that often begins as an oval spot on the face, chest, abdomen or back. This is called a herald patch and may be up to 4 inches across. The patients suffering from this disease develop smaller spots that sweep out from the middle of the body in a shape that looks like drooping pine-tree branches. The rash can be itchy.usually, the symptoms and the condition settle down on their own without any m  Read More

  • Precancerous dermatosis

    Precancerous dermatosis is a skin disease marked by scaly or thickened patches on the skin and often caused by prolonged exposure to arsenic.The patches often occur on sun-exposed areas of the skin and in older white men.These patches may become cancerous.There are many types of this cancerous lesion, including Bowen's disease, actinic keratosis, etc.Precancerous skin growths can have  Read More

  • Pure cutaneous histiocytosis

    Pure cutaneous histiocytosis is a general name for a group of disorders or "syndromes" that involve an abnormal increase in the number of specialized white blood cells that are called histiocytes.Recently, new knowledge about this family of diseases has led experts to develop a new classification. Five categories have been proposed:L group -- includes Langerhans cell histiocytosis and Erdheim-Cheste  Read More

  • Recessive x-linked ichthyosis

    Recessive x-linked ichthyosis is a genetic skin disorder that results in extremely dry skin. Since it is a genetic disorder it is not curable, but the sign and symptoms can be controlled by the following methods.Skin softening cream and location: This disease is accompanied by fine or rhombus adherents' light gray or dark brown scaling on the skin. It can be treated with softening cream. These creams moisturize  Read More

  • Romberg syndrome

    The symptoms, progression and severity of Parry-Romberg syndrome are highly variable from one person to another and range from mild to severe. It is important to note that affected individuals will not have all the symptoms discussed below. It seems likely that individuals with milder symptoms are much more common than severely affected individuals. Affected individuals should talk to their physician and medical team about their specific case  Read More

  • Rosacea

    Rosacea is a skin disorder that causes flushing or blushing of blood vessels in the face.Sometimes small bumps filled with pus appear on the skin that causing a burning and stinging sensation on the face.The cause of Rosacea is still unknown, but the doctor states that it may be the result of genes, bacteria, mites bites, or blood vessel trouble.A swollen bulb-shaped nose, large pores, broken bloo  Read More

  • Skin tag

    Skin tags are a skin growth in which a short soft skin hangs out of the body. These skin tags are painless and harmless and may grow on various sections of the body such as the eyelids, neck, chest, back, and stomach. The outer layer of skin tags might be irregular or smooth in appearance. They are frequently raised from the outer layer of the skin. They are typically skin shaded or brownish in color.Skin tags are  Read More

  • Sweet syndrome

    An uncommon skin condition, that causes fever and painful rashes due to boosted production of blood cells is known as Sweet Syndrome.It can be caused due to risks during pregnancy, the reaction of some medicines, and other common factors like age, sex, cancer, and health issues.Diagnosis:The Sweet Syndrome detects via two methods:Blood Test: Presence of WBCs and blood disordersSkin  Read More

  • Vitiligo

    Vitiligo has no known cure. The purpose of medical therapy is to achieve a consistent skin tone by restoring colour (repigmentation) or removing the remaining colour (depigmentation).SurgerySkin grafts obtained from the patient: Skin is taken from one portion of the patient and utilised to cover another. Scarring, infection, and inability to repigment are all possible problems. it can also be called mic  Read More