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  • Ichthyosis congenita

    Ichthyosis Congenita is a type of genetic skin disorder that is very rare. It is also known as Harlequin ichthyosis or Keratosis Diffusa Foetalis. It happens to be in 1 person out of 3,00,000 births worldwide.This condition occurs in the child if either of the parents has this. If both the genes are defective, then the chances of birth of a child with ichthyosis congenita are in very severe form.There appe  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

  • 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

  • Warts (common warts)

    Warts (common warts) is a viral disease that causes benign skin growths on different parts of the body.TreatmentCommon warts do not require treatment as they are resolved on their own after a few weeks or months.There are two main treatments:Salicylic acid: Salicylic acid gradually dissolves the hard scales upon applying it several times a day for over a few weeks. Most salicylic acid soluti  Read More