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  • Atopic dermatitis

    Atopic dermatitis, commonly called eczema, is a persistent disease; you may need long-standing treatment for these symptoms. The doctor may recommend some home remedies and hygienic practices to sort out the issue.Cure/medications-Topical creams like calcineurin inhibitors such as tacrolimus (Protopic) and pimecrolimus (Elidel) affect your immune system. They are used by people older than age 2 to help  Read More

  • Chickenpox

    Chickenpox infection appears 10 to 21 days after exposure to the virus and usually lasts about five to 10 days. The rash is the telltale indication of chickenpox. Other signs and symptoms, which may appear one to two days before the rash, include: Fever Loss of appetite Headache Tiredness and a general feeling of being unwell (malaise) Once the chickenpox rash appears, it goes throug  Read More

  • Cysts

    Cysts are non-cancerous abnormal growth that causes pain and swelling. A person may develop various kinds of cysts anywhere in the body. However, it is curable.The treatment and cure of the cyst:The procedure of removing the cyst depends on the type, size, and area in which it occurred. For instance, if the cyst is really large, the medical expert will perform surgery on it.Sometimes, the docto  Read More

  • Epidermal nevus syndrome

    Epidermal nevus syndromes encompass a wide variety of disorders. The specific symptoms present, severity and prognosis can vary greatly depending on the specific type of ENS and the presence and extent of associated extra-cutaneous symptoms. The onset and progression of these disorders varies greatly as well. Epidermal nevi have also been classified as “hamartomas”, a rather vague and ambiguous term for benign tumor-like ma  Read More

  • Familial eosinophilic cellulitis

    Familial eosinophilic cellulitis is a rare skin disorder. It is characterized by raised, red, swollen, and warm areas of skin, in a flame-shaped pattern with associated pain. The exact cause of the disease is unknown. However, bites of spiders, bees, mites, fleas, or ticks (arthropods) are often associated with this skin condition.  Read More

  • Fox fordyce disease

    Fox-Fordyce disease is a rare skin disorder that primarily affects women. The disorder is characterized by intense itching especially in the underarm area, the pubic area and around the nipples. In Fox-Fordyce disease abnormalities affecting the apocrine sweat glands causes inflammation, and enlargement of the glands and the characteristic intense itching. Skin near an affected area may become darkened and dry and multiple, small, raised bumps  Read More

  • Granuloma annulare

    Granuloma annulare (gran-u-LOW-muh an-u-LAR-e) is a skin condition that most commonly consists of raised, reddish or skin-colored bumps (lesions) that form ring patterns — usually on your hands and feet. No one knows exactly what causes granuloma annulare. But it may be triggered by minor skin injuries and certain medications. Some types of granuloma annulare affect adults, and others typically affect children. In most ca  Read More

  • Granulomatous dermatitis with eosinophilia

    Familial eosinophilic cellulitis is a rare skin disorder. It is characterized by raised, red, swollen, and warm areas of skin, in a flame-shaped pattern with associated pain. The exact cause of the disease is unknown. However, bites of spiders, bees, mites, fleas, or ticks (arthropods) are often associated with this skin condition.  Read More

  • Grover's disease

    Grover’s disease can usually be treated using topical medications, but sometimes requires oral medication, injections, or light therapy to treat it.Cortisone cream: Your dermatologist will prescribe you a cortisone cream if you have a small blister or outbreak that doesn’t itch.Tetracycline: If you have larger outbreaks that itch and cover the entire trunk, your dermatologist may prescribe the  Read More

  • Hall-pallister syndrome

    Symptoms and findings in individuals with PHS may vary greatly in range and severity from patient to patient. Whereas some affected individuals may have only a few characteristic abnormalities, others may have a majority of symptoms and physical features associated with the disorder. The most common characteristic features of PHS include the presence of extra fingers and/or toes (polydactyly); fusion (osseous syndactyly) of certain fin  Read More

  • Keratosis seborrheic

    Seborrheic keratosis is not harmful and does not require treatment. It can be removed if they irritate you.Seborrheic keratosis can be removed using one or more of the following techniques:Growth is being frozen: Cryotherapy (freezing a growth with liquid nitrogen) can be an effective technique to eradicate seborrheic keratosis. It does not usually work on thicker, elevated growths. This procedure carri  Read More

  • Kobner's disease

    The Koebner disease or phenomenon affects persons who have specific skin conditions, most often psoriasis. It can occur in persons who have warts, vitiligo, or lichen planus. An accident, cut, or burn might result in new lesions that seem similar to the initial skin illness.There is no known treatment for the Koebner phenomena.Treatment is usually the same because the phenomenon is essentially an extens  Read More

  • Malignant melanoma dysplastic nevus type

    Melanoma is a type of cancer. It may also be called malignant melanoma or cutaneous melanoma. Most melanomas are brown and black, but they can also be pink, tan, or even white. There are four main types of melanoma, and each may present differently based on many factors, including skin tone. Many melanomas are flat or barely raised. They may have a variation of colors with irregular borders. The thickness of the melanom  Read More

  • Psoriasis

    Psoriasis facts Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease. Patients with psoriasis tend to be obese and are predisposed to diabetes and heart disease. Psoriasis can be initiated by certain environmental triggers. A predisposition for psoriasis is inherited in genes. Though psoriasis symptoms and signs vary depending on the type of psoriasis, they typically include re  Read More

  • Ringworm

    Ringworm (tinea corporis) is a skin condition caused by a fungal infection, and no ringworm is involved in it. The name comes from the appearance of circular rashes on the skin.Here are simple cures and medications to treat ringworm.Topical antifungal: Over-the-counter antifungal creams kill the fungus and promote healing. Effective antifungal medications include miconazole, clotrimazole, and terbinafin  Read More

  • Scalp psoriasis (psoriasis of the scalp)

    Scalp psoriasis (psoriasis of the scalp) is a disorder that leads to an itchy, raised, reddish, and scaly scalp. It may be present in the form of small watches or cover the entire forehead. Moreover, scalp psoriasis can spread from the scalp to the forehead or back of the neck. It can also result in hair loss. The doctor states that this condition is connected to the immune system. However, it is curable through solutions, lot  Read More

  • Urticaria, cholinergic

    Cholinergic urticaria is a common physical disorder of the immune system that is caused by increasing body temperature after exercise, intake of spicy foods, and mental stress. As a result of this, some small skin eruptions (hives) with well-defined borders and pale centers, surrounded by patches of red skin (wheal-and-flare reaction), appear for a few minutes. Sometimes it may be connected with fever and/or difficulty breathi  Read More

  • Ws -- waardenburg syndrome

    Waardenburg syndrome (WS) is a group of genetic disorders named after Dutch ophthalmologist and geneticist Petrus Johannes Waardenburg, who described it. This is an autosomal dominant inherited disorder. This rare disease results in the loss of pigmentary cells in the eyes, skin, stria vascularis of the cochlea, and hair.This type of disease may cause features like facial abnormalities like the diminished coloratio  Read More