The following Conditions are related to Purple

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  • Blue rubber bleb nevus

    Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome is also known as Bean syndrome. It is a rare syndrome of venous malformations that arise in the skin and gastrointestinal tract.Risk factors.Since the disease is a genetic disorder, there are no risk factors associated with this disease. However, consanguineous marriage is a leading cause of disease transmission.Some patients may have mutations in genetic levels, which can affect  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

  • Gangrene

    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

  • 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

  • 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 planus sclerosus atrophicus

    A rare skin disorder called Lichen Planus Sclerosus Atrophicus typically affects the anal or vaginal regions of the body. However, your torso, breasts, and upper arms may also be impacted.After menopause, the illness primarily affects adult women. But it also spread to others.Cause of Lichen Planus SclerosusThe cause of Lichen Planus Sclerosus in certain persons is unknown to doctors. They specula  Read More

  • Lichen ruber planus

    Lichen Planus is a rare, recurrent, itchy rash or area of inflammatory eruptions (lesions) of unknown origin characterized by shiny reddish-purple spots on the skin and gray-white ones in the mouth. The disorder may present as itchy spots on the wrist, legs, torso, genitals, mouth, or lips. The eruptions may appear as small separate, angular spots that may coalesce into rough scaly patches. This disorder is frequently accompanied by oral lesio  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

  • 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