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  • Acne

    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

  • Arbovirus a chikungunya type

    Chikungunya is a rare viral infection transmitted by the bite of an infected mosquito. It is characterized by a rash, fever, and severe joint pain (arthralgias) that usually lasts for three to seven days. Because of its effect on the joints, Chikungunya has been classified among the Arthritic Viruses. It primarily occurs in tropical areas of the world.  Read More

  • Auriculotemporal syndrome

    The symptoms of Frey syndrome typically develop within the first year after surgery in the area near the parotid glands. In some cases, Frey syndrome may not develop until several years after surgery. The characteristic symptom of Frey syndrome is gustatory sweating, which is excessive sweating on the cheek, forehead, and around the ears shortly after eating certain foods, specifically foods that produce a strong salivary response such as sour  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

  • Chickenpox

    Chickenpox is a viral infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus that causes small fluid-filled itchy blisters and rash on the skin along with fever, headache, and fatigue. Chickenpox has three stages first, it will cover the entire body in the form of red bumps, then it changes its forms into small fluid blisters, and finally, these blisters burst, crust, and scabs cover it. These crusts eventually heal in a few days. How  Read More

  • Chikungunya

    The virus is spread by mosquitoes and can cause severe joint pain. Chikungunya is viral infection that's spread among humans by mosquitoes that carry the virus. The infection is known for the sudden high fever and severe joint pain or stiffness it can cause. Other common symptoms include rash, muscle pain, headache, nausea, and fatigue. After a bite from an infected-mosquito, you'll usually develop symptoms in three to  Read More

  • Chilblains

    Patients with chilblains are generally prescribed OTC medications purchased at a pharmacy. The condition is treated symptomatically using certain medications.During the diagnostic process, your doctor will diagnose or examine your skin condition.Further tests like skin biopsy may be suggested to rule out other causes for your signs and symptoms.The first line of treatment includes measures to keep  Read More

  • Contact dermatitis

    Contact dermatitis is a very common skin allergic reaction to the substance. This skin may trigger an itchy rash or red blisters when it gets in direct contact with some foreign substance that is allergic to the skin. Inaapropopirate Jewelry, soaps, fragrance, cosmetics, skincare, and fabric are some common causes of this rash. Swelling and itching are common symptoms of this disease. However, it is easily curable through medi  Read More

  • Degos syndrome

    Degos disease is an extremely rare disorder in which small and medium sized arteries become blocked (occlusive arteriopathy), restricting the flow of blood to affected areas. Degos disease usually causes characteristic skin lesions that may last for a period of time ranging from weeks to years. In some individuals, Degos disease will be limited to the skin (benign cutaneous Degos disease); other individuals will also develop symptoms affecting  Read More

  • Dupuytren's contracture

    Dupuytren's contracture is a benign disease whose etiology is similar to that of Peyronie disease, Ledderhose disease, and Garrod disease. It predominantly affects the palmar part of the hands. The disease initiates with nodules along the longitudinal lines of tension.Treatment /managementTreatment options consist conservative management, needle aponeurotomy, collagenase injection, or surgical resection  Read More

  • E-d syndrome

    E-d syndrome is known as Ehlers- Danlos syndrome, EDS, or elastic skin. This is a type of disorder that mainly affects connective tissue. It is basically a genetic disorder.E-d syndrome is a dominant or recessive genetic condition.E-d syndrome occurs when only a single copy of an abnormal gene is inherited from either parent or can be the result of a new mutation (gene change) in the affected individual.  Read More

  • Ehlers danlos syndrome

    Ehlers- Danlos syndrome, EDS, or elastic skin, is a type of disorder that mainly affects connective tissue. It is basically a genetic disorder.E-d syndrome is a dominant or recessive genetic condition.E-d syndrome occurs when only a single copy of an abnormal gene is inherited from either parent or can be the result of a new mutation (gene change) in the affected individual.There are 50% chance of  Read More

  • Epiloia

    Cells that have Epiloia cease dividing when they ought to. This means that many parts of your body can develop tumours. While they are not cancerous, the areas where they are growing may experience issues. There are Treatments available that can reduce the tumours and increase your comfort.Cure or medications for EpiloiaIn case of seizures, anti-seizure medications may be prescribed. Other medications m  Read More

  • Erythema multiforme bullosum

    Erythema Multiforme Bullosum can range from mild to severe. The skin rash caused by erythema multiforme minor is typically caused by a modest disease. Mucous membranes may be severely affected by erythema multiforme major, which can be severe mucous membranes, and usually requires more intensive therapy.Risk factors for erythema multiforme bullosumThese are the risk factors involved to Erythema Multifor  Read More

  • Erythema multiforme exudativum

    Onset of erythema multiforme is usually sudden in an otherwise healthy individual. Red spots (macules or papules), or ridges (wheals), and sometimes blisters appear on the tops of the hands and forearms. Other areas of involvement may include the face, neck, palms, soles of feet, legs, and trunk. The lesions continue to erupt for two or three days. Some spots, especially on the hands and forearms, may evolve into concentric circles that resemb  Read More

  • Erythema nodosum

    The main symptom is red, painful bumps on the lower part of your legs. Sometimes these bumps can also appear on your thighs, arms, torso, and face. The lumps can be one-half inch up to 4 inches. You may have anywhere from two to 50 of them. Erythema nodosum bumps are painful and they may feel hot. They start out red, and then turn purple, looking like bruises as they heal. They also flatten out while healing. The bumps  Read More

  • Erythropoietic protoporphyria

    Most forms of erythropoietic protoporphyria are inherited.The risk factors of erythropoietic protoporphyria include:Porphyria can occur if you inherit a defective gene from one of your parents (autosomal dominant pattern) or inherit a defective gene from both parents (autosomal recessive pattern).Environmental factors may also trigger the development of signs and symptoms in porphyria.Trig  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

  • Fabry disease

    Type 1 Classic Phenotype The signs and symptoms of males with the type 1 classic phenotype typically begin in childhood or adolescence (Desnick 2001, Desnick and Brady 2004). Symptoms increase with age primarily due to the progressive glycolipid accumulation in the micro-vascular system, kidney podocytes, and cardiomyocytes leading to kidney insufficiency and failure, heart disease, and/or strokes. Early and progressive clinical sympto  Read More

  • Familial continuous skin peeling

    Peeling skin syndrome is a rare inherited skin disorder characterized by painless, continual, spontaneous skin peeling (exfoliation). Other findings may include blistering and/or reddening of the skin (erythema) and itching (pruritus). Peeling skin syndrome may clinically overlap with Netherton syndrome, which is also an autosomal recessive skin disorder belonging to the group of congenital ichthyoses, with onset in the neonatal period and inf  Read More

  • Familial eosinophilic cellulitis

    Skin peeling syndrome or familial continuous skin peeling happens on its own, is painless, and can last a lifetime while gradually getting better. Like skin peeling after a severe sunburn, affected people and/or their caretakers might frequently manually remove sheets of skin.Applying skin-softening (emollient) ointments to treat peeling skin syndrome, particularly after a bath when the skin is moist, may provide s  Read More

  • Gangrene

    When gangrene affects your skin, signs and symptoms may include: Skin discoloration — ranging from pale to blue, purple, black, bronze or red, depending on the type of gangrene you have Swelling or the formation of blisters filled with fluid on the skin A clear line between healthy and damaged skin Sudden, severe pain followed by a feeling of numbness A foul-smelling discharge leakin  Read More

  • Glycolipid lipidosis

    Fabry disease is a rare genetic disorder of fat (lipid) metabolism characterized by a deficiency of the enzyme alpha-galactosidase A (previously known as ceramide trihexosidase). The disorder belongs to a group of diseases known as lysosomal storage disorders. Lysosomes function as the primary digestive units within cells. Enzymes within lysosomes break down or digest particular compounds and intracellular structures. Alpha-galactosidase funct  Read More

  • Guttate scleroderma, lichen sclerosus type

    Guttate scleroderma is one of the abandoned names of a skin disease, currently called lichen sclerosis (LS). It is a chronic, inflammatory, mucocutaneous disorder of genital and extra-genital skin.The exact etiology has not been established. Some of the causes include autoimmune abnormalities, genetic factors, hormonal influence, and infections.In the early stages, symptoms include luminal hyperkeratosis a  Read More

  • Hematoma

    Usually, hematoma underneath the skin and within soft tissues such as muscles can be treated at home using the following methods:Elastic bandages help to keep swelling at bay.Elevating the affected area to alleviate swellingUsing ice packs multiple times each day for the first 24 to 48 hours to minimize swelling and soreness.Warm compresses after 2 days of ice to aid in the fluid's absorp  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

  • Hidradenitis axillaris

    Hidradenitis axillaris is an inflammatory skin disease that causes painful, pus-filled cysts to form in the sweat glands around the groin, armpits, and breasts, primarily around the hair follicles. It happens when hair follicles become obstructed. This particular skin condition is common from puberty until mid-life. And it disproportionately affects women. The severity and specific symptoms of Hidradenitis axillaris differ bet  Read More

  • Hidradenitis suppurativa

    Hidradenitis suppurativa is an inflammatory skin disease that causes painful, pus-filled cysts to form in the sweat glands around the groin, armpits, and breasts, primarily around the hair follicles. It happens when hair follicles become obstructed. This particular skin condition is common from puberty until mid-life. And it disproportionately affects women. The severity and specific symptoms of Hidradenitis suppurativa differ  Read More

  • Hidrosadenitis suppurativa

    The goal of treatment for Hidrosadenitis suppurativa is to prevent the formation of new lesions and to manage the symptoms of pain and suppuration of current lesions.Treatment is a combination of medications, surgery or both.Combined medical and surgical approaches help manage hidradenitis suppurativa.Surgery is an important part of disease management when a tunnel and abscess are present.  Read More

  • Hives, giant

    Angioedema or Hives is usually treated by avoiding known triggers to the allergic reaction.The prescription drugs for the treatments of hives and angioedema may include:Antihistamines: It is the standard treatment for hives and angioedema. These medications reduce itching, swelling and other allergy symptoms.Drugs that suppress the immune system: Drugs that can calm an overactive immune system  Read More

  • Intertrigo

    Intertrigo starts as redness or small bumps or spots in skin folds. The rash can feel: itchy uncomfortable burning prickly painful The intertrigo appears on both sides of the skin fold, almost like a mirror image. If it’s not infected, the rash is usually symmetrical. For example, it may appear under both arms or both breasts. The reddish area can quickly beco  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

  • Launois-bensaude

    Launois-Bensaude syndrome is a rare condition consisting of adipose masses symmetrically. It is distributed mainly in the upper part of the body. a condition marked by symmetrical, painless diffuse fat deposits under the skin of the arms, legs, upper trunk, and neck.Though its specific mode of inheritance is unknown, the ailment is believed to be genetic; it could be a mitochondrial DNA disease. This condition usually co  Read More

  • Lichen annularis

    A chronic inflammatory disorder that affects the skin and mucosal membranes is Lichen Annularis.Inflammation (swelling and irritation) on the skin or within the mouth is a common symptom of lichen planus.Your skin develops an itchy rash as a result of Lichen Annularis.Your mouth may become painful or burn.An unidentified protein in the skin and mucosal keratinocytes is the target of infla  Read More

  • Lichen ruber planus

    Cure or Medications for the Lichen Ruber PlanusWhile there's no known cure for Lichen Ruber Planus, some medications that treat the symptoms may potentially be able to pinpoint a potential underlying cause. The following drugs are frequently prescribed:Retinoids: They are used topically or taken orally and are related to vitamin A. Corticosteroids: This can be used orally, topica  Read More

  • Lichen sclerosus

    Sometimes, mild cases of lichen sclerosus cause no noticeable signs or symptoms. When they do occur, lichen sclerosus symptoms may include: Itching (pruritus), which can be severe Discomfort or pain Smooth white spots on your skin Blotchy, wrinkled patches Easy bruising or tearing In severe cases, bleeding, blistering or ulcerated lesions Painful intercourse  Read More

  • Lipoma

    Lipoma is usually painless and harmful, but if it is bothering you, or growing further, then it needs to be removed.Lipoma treatments include:Surgical removal: Lipomas are mostly removed through surgery by cutting them out. However, there are chances that they may occur again. Since the surgery may leave a scar or get the area bruised, minimal excision extraction may be performed so that it results in l  Read More

  • Localized epidermolysis bullosa

    Localized Epidermolysis bullosa simplex (EBS) is a genetic disease, which means that it is caused by one or more genes not working correctly.The majority of EBS subtypes are inherited in a dominant manner. This means that an affected parent passes them on to half of his or her offspring. EBS affects both men and women equally.Epidermolysis bullosa simplex is often transmitted in an autosomal dominant manne  Read More

  • Malignant atrophic papulosis

    Degos disease is an extremely rare disorder in which small and medium sized arteries become blocked (occlusive arteriopathy), restricting the flow of blood to affected areas. Degos disease usually causes characteristic skin lesions that may last for a period of time ranging from weeks to years. In some individuals, Degos disease will be limited to the skin (benign cutaneous Degos disease); other individuals will also develop symptoms affecting  Read More

  • Molluscum contagiosum

    Most persons with a strong immune system will not require treatment for molluscum contagiosum. These pimples normally go away on their own without the need for medical attention.A doctor can administer one of several successful molluscum contagiosum treatments. These are some examples:Cryotherapy: The doctor uses liquid nitrogen to freeze each bump.Curettage: small tools are used by specialists  Read More

  • Morvan disease -- syringomyelia

    Syringomyelia is a neurological disorder characterized by the formation of a fluid-filled cyst (syrinx) within the spinal cord. This cyst may, for unknown reasons, expand during adolescence or the young adult years, destroying the center of the spinal cord as it does.As the syrinx expands, it affects the nerves that stimulate the patient's legs, arms, back and shoulders. In turn, the affected individual may feel considerable pain a  Read More

  • Mucha habermann disease

    Mucha Habermann disease is a rare skin disorder, which is a part of a spectrum of disorders called Pityriasis Lichenoides Et Varioliformis Acula.Higher patient age, sepsis, systemic and mucosal involvement, and literature data of 119 FUMHD case reports, were four key unfavorable risk variables relating to a death result.Risk factorsThe affected persons develop hypersensitivity to infectious agents  Read More

  • Necrotizing fasciitis (flesh-eating disease)

    Necrotizing fasciitis (flesh-eating disease) progresses rapidly and can result in death hence an early diagnosis and providing appropriate treatment is of utmost importance.Early medical treatment is often presumptive; antibiotics should be started as soon as this condition is suspected.Surgical debridement is the standard treatment for necrotizing fasciitis.Aggressive Necrotizing fasciitis should  Read More

  • Nonthrombocytopenic idiopathic purpura

    Henoch-Schonlein purpura is a rare inflammatory disease of the small blood vessels (capillaries) and is usually a self-limited disease. It is the most common form of childhood vascular inflammation (vasculitis) and results in inflammatory changes in the small blood vessels. The symptoms of Henoch-Schonlein purpura usually begin suddenly and may include headache, fever, loss of appetite, cramping abdominal pain, and joint pain. Red or purple sp  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

  • Pilonidal cyst

    When it's infected, a pilonidal cyst becomes a swollen mass (abscess). Signs and symptoms of an infected pilonidal cyst include: Pain Reddening of the skin Drainage of pus or blood from an opening in the skin Foul smell from draining pus When to see a doctor If you notice any signs or symptoms of a pilonidal cyst, see your doctor. He or she can diagnose the condition by exa  Read More

  • Primary anemia

    Pernicious anemia is a rare blood disorder characterized by the inability of the body to properly utilize vitamin B12, which is essential for the development of red blood cells. Most cases result from the lack of the gastric protein known as intrinsic factor, without which vitamin B12 cannot be absorbed. The symptoms of pernicious anemia may include weakness, fatigue, an upset stomach, an abnormally rapid heartbeat (tachycardia), a  Read More

  • Pure cutaneous histiocytosis

    Pure cutaneous histiocytosis is a general name for a group of disorders or "syndromes" that involve an abnormal increase in the number of specialized white blood cells that are called histiocytes.Recently, new knowledge about this family of diseases has led experts to develop a new classification. Five categories have been proposed:L group -- includes Langerhans cell histiocytosis and Erdheim-Cheste  Read More

  • Riley-day syndrome

    Familial dysautonomia is a rare genetic disorder of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) that primarily affects people of Eastern European Jewish heritage. It is characterized by diminished sensitivity to pain, lack of overflow tearing in the eyes, a decrease in the number of knob-like projections that cover the tongue (fungiform papillae), unusual fluctuations of body temperature, and unstable blood pressure. Symptoms of this disorder are appar  Read More

  • Sebaceous cyst

    Commonly found on the face, neck, upper back, and chest, sebaceous cysts are small lump or bump under the skin. If the condition starts to get worse, it is advisable to consult a doctor. Regular checkups are encouraged to keep it from spreading and causing infection.Risk factorsA sebaceous cyst could result in the following: -Unfavorable effects of treatment- There are no permanent effects o  Read More

  • Short stature and facial telangiectasis

    Telangiectases can be uncomfortable. They are generally not life-threatening, but some people may not like how they look. They develop gradually, but can be worsened by health and beauty products that cause skin irritation, such as abrasive soaps and sponges. Symptoms include: pain (related to pressure on venules) itching threadlike red marks or patterns on the skin The symptoms of HHT  Read More

  • Skin peeling syndrome

    A genetic disease caused due to mutations mainly caused due to mutation in the TGM5 gene is called Skin Peeling Syndrome.TGM5 enzymes act as a protective barrier for the outermost layer of the skinScarcity in the production of TGM5 enzyme give rise to the separate layer and peeling off.Light peeling or dryness is common in peopleIf it is happening continuously, it is a syndrome and needs  Read More

  • Skin tag

    Skin tags are a skin growth in which a short soft skin hangs out of the body. These skin tags are painless and harmless and may grow on various sections of the body such as the eyelids, neck, chest, back, and stomach. The outer layer of skin tags might be irregular or smooth in appearance. They are frequently raised from the outer layer of the skin. They are typically skin shaded or brownish in color.Skin tags are  Read More

  • Smallpox

    The first symptoms of smallpox usually appear 10 to 14 days after you're infected. During the incubation period of seven to 17 days, you look and feel healthy and can't infect others. Following the incubation period, a sudden onset of flu-like signs and symptoms occurs. These include: Fever Overall discomfort Headache Severe fatigue Severe back pain Vomiting, possibly  Read More

  • Sweet syndrome

    An uncommon skin condition, that causes fever and painful rashes due to boosted production of blood cells is known as Sweet Syndrome.It can be caused due to risks during pregnancy, the reaction of some medicines, and other common factors like age, sex, cancer, and health issues.Diagnosis:The Sweet Syndrome detects via two methods:Blood Test: Presence of WBCs and blood disordersSkin  Read More

  • Systemic sclerosis

    The symptoms and severity of the disorder vary from one person to another based on the systems and organs involved. Skin It is very common to experience hardening and tightening of patches of your skin with SS. The patches may be oval-shaped or a straight line that can cover large areas of your skin. Your skin may also appear shiny since it’s so tight with your movement restricted. F  Read More

  • Urticaria, cholinergic

    If you’re experiencing CU, you may have: wheals (small, raised bumps on the skin) redness around the bumps itching These bumps typically develop within the first six minutes of exercise. Your symptoms may worsen for the next 12 to 25 minutes. Although wheals can appear on your body, they often begin on your chest and neck first. They may then spread out to other areas. These bump  Read More

  • Urticaria, perstans hemorrhagica

    Perstans hemorrhagica urticaria or Urticaria pigmentosa is a rash that most commonly affects children and young adults.It consists of reddish-brown lesions that, when rubbed, might cause hives or blisters.Darier's sign refers to this reaction.Mastocytosis is a kind of urticaria pigmentosa.Mast cells, which are part of your immune system, accumulate during this time. Mastocytosis can a  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

  • Weil syndrome

    Symptoms of Weil syndrome usually start abruptly, with headache, disturbances in consciousness, pain in muscles and abdomen, a stiff neck, lack of appetite (anorexia), chills, nausea, vomiting, and fever. Prostration, coughing, expectoration of blood-stained sputum (hemoptysis), and nosebleed (epistaxis) may also occur. Yellowing of the skin (jaundice), bleeding in muscles, gastrointestinal tract, and visceral organs may be widespread. Small p  Read More

  • Wells' syndrome

    Wells' syndrome, also named eosinophilic cellulitis, is a skin disease that is very rare. There occur rashes on the skin that are so painful that the touch may feel burning, raised, red, or swollen on the skin.The person affected by this skin condition may be because of bites from spiders, fleas, bees, mites, or ticks, i.e., arthropods.But the actual and exact cause is not yet known.The sympto  Read More