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Acne is a skin condition that occurs when your hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells. It often causes whiteheads, blackheads or pimples, and usually appears on the face, forehead, chest, upper back and shoulders. Acne is most common among teenagers, though it affects people of all ages.
Effective treatments are available, but acne can be persistent. The pimples and bumps heal slowly, and when one begins to go away, Read More
- Granuloma fungoides
Mycosis Fungoides is a rare form of T-cell lymphoma of the skin (cutaneous); the disease is typically slowly progressive and chronic. In individuals with Mycosis Fungoides, the skin becomes infiltrated with plaques and nodules that are composed of lymphocytes. In advanced cases, ulcerated tumors and infiltration of lymph nodes by diseased cells may occur. The disorder may spread to other parts of the body including the gastrointestinal system, Read More
- Infantile myofibromatosis (im)
More than 90% of cases of juvenile myofibromatosis have onset in infancy, although the disorder can first present later in childhood or less often in adults. The tumors can continue to develop throughout an individual’s life.
The specific symptoms of infantile myofibromatosis are broad, and the severity can vary. Some infants have mild disease that resolves on its own without treatment (spontaneous regression). Others develop ext Read More
- Lobo disease
Lobomycosis or Lobo disease is basically a bump in the skin, firm swellings, or malignant tumors.Infection occurs through traumatic implantation of the fungus into the skin.The symptoms of paracoccidioidomycosis generally occur from several weeks or months to years after the initial exposure to the fungus.The symptoms of Lobo disease vary according to which areas of the body are infected. 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 usually begins gradually. Abnormal bumps or masses (nodules) appear in the fatty layer under the skin (subcutaneous fat) of the legs, thighs and buttocks. In some patients, the arms, abdomen, and/or face may be involved. These nodules are usually 1-2 centimeters wide and may be either painful and tender or painless. In some patients, the affected area may become blue and red (erythema), ulcerated (open sore with Read More
- Vasculitis, cutaneous necrotizing
Necrotizing cutaneous vasculitis is a type of vasculitis that only affects the tiny or medium-sized blood vessels in the skin and subcutaneous tissue. The disease's genesis and severity all influence treatment.Treatment for the Cutaneous vasculitisThe goal of treatment is to manage any underlying diseases that may be causing the vasculitis and to reduce inflammation.MedicationThe m Read More
- Von zambusch disease
Von Zumbusch Disease is characterized by cutaneous lesions, inflammation, and tissue damage (necrosis) of blood vessel walls (lumen).Before beginning treatment, it's crucial to ascertain whether there is an underlying condition that contributes to the Von Zumbusch Disease.The term "vasculitides" or "vasculitic syndromes" refers to a larger class of diseases that affect blood vessels Read More