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  • 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

  • Dichuchwa

    Ulcers in and near the mouth due to the infectious organism are called Dichuchwa (Bejel) Disease. It caused the transmission of the organism in a body through infected food utensils.Incidence:It occurs during the teenage and adolescent ages like:55% are from 16 years and above.20% involves people of adult ages.25% percent of children of six years and above found till date.  Read More

  • Dorfman chanarin syndrome

    The exceedingly rare genetic ailment Chanarin-Dorfman syndrome (CDS) is characterized by dry, scaly skin at birth, increasing fatty liver disease, and varying degrees of muscle involvement. This syndrome is also accompanied by hearing loss, small stature, vision issues, and slight intellectual handicap.The disease is frequently discovered a few years later in childhood when more symptoms start to appear, even thoug  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

  • 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

  • Grover's disease

    Grover’s disease can usually be treated using topical medications, but sometimes requires oral medication, injections, or light therapy to treat it.Cortisone cream: Your dermatologist will prescribe you a cortisone cream if you have a small blister or outbreak that doesn’t itch.Tetracycline: If you have larger outbreaks that itch and cover the entire trunk, your dermatologist may prescribe the  Read More

  • Ichthyosis harlequin type

    A genetic disorder called harlequin ichthyosis is transmitted by autosomal recessive genes.No cure availableYour baby will need lifelong care for their condition once they are released from the NICU. They will need extensive daily care to exfoliate dead skin and keep their skin moisturized.After initial therapy, care becomes a critical component of the equation because there is no cure for Harl  Read More

  • Ichthyosis vulgaris

    Ichthyosis Vulgaris is caused by an inherited genetic flaw, a mutation that affects a large protein called filaggrin.The faulty gene is inherited from one's parents and may be caused by one or more mutations in the profillagrin gene that occur early in fetal development.It is autosomal dominant, which means that all that is required for the condition is a single faulty copy of the gene that codes for f  Read More

  • Incontinentia pigmenti

    Specific treatment for incontinentia pigmenti has not yet been described. However, the management of the disease requires a multidisciplinary approach and needs consultation with different specialists from time to time.Lesions appear within a few months from birth but disappear by adolescence. However, the lesions recur and require to be managed.All stage lesions must be kept cool and dry.The patients develop hypo  Read More

  • Ito hypomelanosis

    The precise cause for Ito hypomelanosis is unknown.Genetic mosaicism and spontaneous gene mutations are linked to several occurrences.The term "genetic mosaicism" refers to people who established two separate cell lines in their bodies as a result of a gene mutation that happened during embryonic development. •Chromosome discrepancies exist between the two cell lines (chromosomal mosaicism).  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

  • Nonthrombocytopenic idiopathic purpura

    Nonthrombocytopenic idiopathic purpura is a generally self-limited and inflammatory disease of small blood vessels.In mild conditions, no treatment requires just regular monitoring and platelet checking needed, and without treatment, it improves in children, but in some cases, it takes long-term treatment.In that case, some medications are required and some surgeries are also required.Some medicat  Read More

  • Ringworm

    Ringworm (tinea corporis) is a skin condition caused by a fungal infection, and no ringworm is involved in it. The name comes from the appearance of circular rashes on the skin.Here are simple cures and medications to treat ringworm.Topical antifungal: Over-the-counter antifungal creams kill the fungus and promote healing. Effective antifungal medications include miconazole, clotrimazole, and terbinafin  Read More

  • Transient acantholytic dermatosis

    Transient Acantholytic Dermatosis (TAD) is also named Grover's disease. It is a rare transient skin disorder. It appears as small, firm, raised red lesions on the skin of the chest and back. It is a temporary skin disease. The red spots that appear are very itchy.Middle-aged men, i.e. men over 50 years of age are mostly affected by this disorder. How transient acantholytic dermatosis is caused is yet not known.  Read More