The following Conditions are related to Redness of the skin

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  • Epidermolytic hyperkeratosis

    An accurate diagnosis is crucial to properly inform and counsel parents about epidermolytic hyperkeratosis or epidermolytic ichthyosis (EI). Prenatal diagnosis and genetic counseling are other options.Infection, secondary sepsis, and electrolyte imbalance are all heightened risks for newborns with epidermolytic ichthyosis who have denuded skin. The neonatal ICU should receive these infants so that it can monitor th  Read More

  • 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

  • Jessner-kanof lymphocytic infiltration

    An uncommon inflammatory condition called jessner-kanof lymphocytic infiltration has no recognized cause. However, it is understood that this illness is characterized by an abnormal buildup of T helper cells, a subtype of white blood cells, in the skin.There may be a genetic or hereditary component to Jessner's illness. History of photosensitivity may also exist in those who are impacted.Jessner lympho  Read More

  • Lymphocytic infiltrate of jessner

    Lymphocytic infiltrate of jessner is a rare skin disorder characterized by non-scaly red areas and lumps on the face, neck, and upper back.The lymphocytic infiltration of Jessner is considered to be related to the autoimmune disease lupus tumidus or discoid lupus erythematosus.Other experts, however, argue that Jessner's lymphocytic infiltration should be classified as a separate entity.Lympho  Read More

  • Scalded skin syndrome

    Scalded Skin Syndrome (SSS) is a serious skin infection characterized by the peeling of skin over large parts of the body.This type of skin infection is caused by Staphylococcal aureus bacteria and can be treated as under:Oral Antibiotics: Antibiotics covering staphylococcus should be administered during early stages of infection. Cefazolin, Nafcillin or Oxacillin Antibiotics should be administered for methic  Read More