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Damaged tissue from gangrene cannot be saved. However, medication is available to help avoid gangrene from worsening. The sooner you receive therapy, the greater your chances of recovery.Gangrene treatment may comprise one or more of the following: Medication: Antibiotics are administered intravenously or orally to treat bacterial infections. To alleviate discomfort, pain medicines may be admini Read More
- Johnson-stevens disease
Johnson –stevens disease is a very rare syndrome with potentially fatal skin reactions in which loss of skin occurs and mucosal membranes accompanied by systemic symptoms is shown in some case. For these conditions, in 80% of cases, the reactions from medications are responsible.This condition requires intensive care or burn care unit in hospitalization,If a person is taking unessential medication Read More
- Keratosis pilaris (kp)
Keratosis Pilaris (KP), or chicken skin, is a skin disorder that appears as small bumps on the skin and is usually mistaken as goosebumps or small pimples.Keratin, i.e. proteins produced by the skin in large quantities, blocks hair follicles, and this leads to the development of red bumps on the skin.None can define why keratin is built up in keratosis pilaris. Itchiness and irritation can be felt on the s Read More
Melasma is common, harmless and usually fades after a few months. It does not always require treatment. Melasma is produced by hormonal fluctuations, like those that happen during pregnancy or when using birth control pills, and it will diminish after delivery or when the drugs are stopped.A dermatologist will most likely recommend a high-SPF sunblock to avoid melasma.If melasma does not dissipate naturall Read More