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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

  • Bloom syndrome

    Bloom syndrome (BSyn) is a rare genetic disorder characterized by short stature, a sun-sensitive, red rash that occurs primarily over the nose and cheeks; the individual also presents conditions of mild immune deficiency with increased susceptibility to infections.Risk factorsBloom syndrome is inherited in an autosomal recessive pattern, meaning that it occurs when a person inherits two changed (mutated  Read More

  • Boils (skin abscesses)

    Boils (skin abscesses) if they are small, can generally be treated at home by applying warm compresses to relieve pain and promote natural drainage. In severe cases, medications and further treatment may be needed.Apply warm compresses and heated water to a boil. In addition to bringing the pus to the surface, this will lessen the pain.When the boil reaches its peak, repeated soaks will cause it to rupture  Read More

  • Bullous pemphigoid

    Bullous pemphigoid is a rare skin condition that causes large, fluid-filled blisters. They develop on areas of skin that often flex - such as the lower abdomen, upper thighs or armpits. Bullous pemphigoid is most common in older adults.TreatmentFor moderate-to-severe cases of bullous pemphigoid, your healthcare provider may prescribe an oral corticosteroid, like prednisone in addition to a steroid-spari  Read More

  • Child naevus

    Congenital or Child Naevus (moles) generally don't cause problems unless they show cancerous signs.Cure/medications include:Your child's doctor will need to check the mole over time to watch for any changes that may signal a future risk of skin cancer.On the other hand, if you worry about the mole's appearance or location, you can talk to your doctor about removal.Discussing with the d  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

  • 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

  • Epidermal nevus syndrome

    Epidermal nevi or epidermal nevus syndrome are harmless, hamartomatous skin growths that appear at birth or evolve in childhood. They are regarded to be a type of cutaneous mosaicism since they are made up of a variety of epidermal cells and structures, such as keratinocytes, smooth muscle cells, hair follicles, apocrine and eccrine glands, and sebaceous glands.Epidermal nevus syndromes are a set of rare complicate  Read More

  • Erythema nodosum

    Your healthcare practitioner will go over the best course of action for treating erythema nodosum with you based on age, general health, and medical background, size of the problem your tolerance for particular treatments, operations, or medications, expectations for how the illness will progress andyour preference or opinion.Despite being painful, erythema nodosum is typically not a serious condition. In mos  Read More

  • Erythremia

    Polycythemia vera is a rare, chronic disorder involving the overproduction of blood cells in the bone marrow (myeloproliferation). The overproduction of red blood cells is most dramatic, but the production of white blood cells and platelets are also elevated in most cases. Since red blood cells are overproduced in the marrow, this leads to abnormally high numbers of circulating red blood cells (red blood mass) within the blood. Consequently, t  Read More

  • Essential mixed cryoglobulinemia

    The coordinated efforts of a group of experts may be necessary for the treatment of mixed cryoglobulinemia. It may be necessary for pediatricians, dermatologists, neurologists, nephrologists, hepatologists, specialists in the diagnosis and treatment of blood problems (hematologists), and other medical professionals to systematically and thoroughly organize a patient's care.The primary goal of treatment is to addres  Read More

  • Gianotti crosti syndrome

    Gianotti-Crosti Syndrome is characterized by blisters on the skin that may or may not itch. They are usually found on the face, buttocks, arms or legs. The blisters consist of large, flat-topped, fluid filled sacks. They usually occur along with upper respiratory tract infection. The blisters usually last from twenty to twenty-five days; they do not usually recur. There may be an enlargement of the lymph nodes in the trunk area of the body. Gi  Read More

  • Harlequin fetus

    A defect caused with birth that affects the skin and results in scaly, dry skin over the body is called Harlequin Fetus or Ichthyosis. It happens due to genetic mutations and wrong combinations in an infant’s body from parents.Difficulties in Children and Adults:Although the disease occurs in infancy, it is necessary to prepare for growing a child with this defect. These are the problems that could occu  Read More

  • Hereditary spherocytosis (hs)

    HS is divided into mild, moderate, and severe forms of the disease. Classification is based on the amounts of hemoglobin, reticulocytes, and bilirubin and the amount of spectrin in red blood cells. Hemoglobin transports oxygen in the blood. Reticulocytes are immature red blood cells. Bilirubin is formed in the liver when hemoglobin is broken down. Spectrin is a protein that helps keep the shape of a cell. Decreased hemoglobin and spectrin and  Read More

  • Human cowpox infection

    Cowpox is a viral disease that normally affects the udders and teats of cows. On rare occasions, it may be transmitted to humans and produce a characteristic red skin rash and abnormally enlarged lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy). Cowpox is caused by the vaccinia virus and has been known to cause systemic reactions (generalized vaccinia) in some people who have been recently vaccinated against cowpox.Cowpox produces immunity to smallpo  Read More

  • Kabuki make-up syndrome

    Kabuki Make-up Syndrome is also known as Niikawa-Kuroki Syndrome or KMS. It is a rare congenital disorder. This affects various parts of the body but mainly the face. It is so rare that one case is reported among 32,000 births.There arise multiple abnormalities, and they can become apparent with the growing age of the child. A child having kabuki makeup syndrome may have the following characteristics-Pa  Read More

  • Rosacea

    Signs and symptoms of rosacea may include: Facial redness. Rosacea usually causes a persistent redness in the central part of your face. Small blood vessels on your nose and cheeks often swell and become visible. Swollen red bumps. Many people who have rosacea also develop pimples on their face that resemble acne. These bumps sometimes contain pus. Your skin may feel hot and tender.  Read More

  • Rosai-dorfman disease

    The symptoms and physical findings associated with Rosai-Dorfman disease vary greatly from one person to another depending upon the extent of the disorder and the specific organ systems affected. Some cases may only affect the lymph nodes and may not cause any serious complications. Less often, some cases may affect various organ systems of the body and may potentially cause serious complications. Any organ system of the body may become affect  Read More

  • Scalp defect congenital

    Individuals born with Aplasia Cutis Congenita lack skin (and therefore hair), in localized areas of the body, usually, but not always, on the scalp (70 percent of cases). In some cases, the trunk, arms, and/or legs may also be involved. Sometimes, the underlying bone may be missing as well as the skin. The affected area(s) are usually replaced with a thin transparent membrane. In some cases, these affected structures and other organs may be se  Read More

  • Short stature and facial telangiectasis

    Short stature and facial telangiectasis is a condition where the height of the human body is shorter than the average height of the same age.Genetics is the major factor in determining the height; however, many underlying conditions might be the cause. There are several genetic conditions, Bone & Skeletal diseases, Chronic diseases and endocrine diseases that impact healthy development and result in abnormal st  Read More

  • Touraine-solente-gole syndrome

    Due to a paucity of controlled data, the effective treatment for touraine-solente-gole syndrome is currently uncertain and is mostly dependent on case reports. Although the HPGD enzyme is believed to be implicated in the pathophysiology of PDP, no techniques to combat this mutation have been documented as of yet, because dealing with a faulty enzyme is difficult. Although this has not yet been published in the literature, gene  Read More

  • Vulgaris type ichthyosis

    Vulgaris type Ichthyosis is an inherited skin condition where the surface of your skin develops thick, dry scales from the accumulation of dead skin cells.Vulgaris type Ichthyosis, also known as fish scale disease or fish skin disease, can cause scales to develop from birth, but this is typically when they first do.Since they are easily mistaken for cases of severely dry skin, modest occurrences of Vulgari  Read More

  • Weil syndrome

    Weil syndrome, a rare infectious disorder, is a severe form of the bacterial infection caused by Leptospira bacteria known as leptospirosis. Weil syndrome is characterized by dysfunction of the kidneys and liver, abnormal enlargement of the liver (hepatomegaly), persistent yellowing of the skin, mucous membranes, and whites of the eyes (jaundice), and/or alterations in consciousness. In most cases, Weil syndrome occurs among individuals who ar  Read More