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  • Acne

    The most common topical prescription medications for acne are:Retinoids and retinoid-like drugs: Drugs that contain retinoic acids or tretinoin are often useful for moderate acne.Antibiotics: These work by killing excess skin bacteria and reducing redness and inflammation. Examples include clindamycin with benzoyl peroxide (Benzaclin, Duac, othersAzelaic acid and salicylic acid: Azelaic acid is a naturally occurri  Read More

  • Acne (pimples)

    Acne (pimples) is a skin condition characterized by lesions and eruptions on the skin's surface, especially on the face, neck, back, etc. Pimple is usually a less severe variety of acne. It occurs in single or small groups, usually treated with mild over-the-counter drugs and home remedies.Retinoids and retinoid-like drugs: Drugs that contain retinoic acids or tretinoin are often useful for moderate acne.A  Read More

  • Auriculotemporal syndrome

    Auriculotemporal syndrome or the Frey syndrome is a postoperative phenomenon following salivary gland surgery and also in neck dissection, facelift procedures, and trauma that is characterized by excessive sweating and flushing.The previous sympathetic responses of sweating and flushing are now controlled by postganglionic parasympathetic fibers.Mastication, which releases acetylcholine from the parasympat  Read More

  • Bloom syndrome

    Bloom syndrome (BSyn) is a rare genetic disorder characterized by short stature, a sun-sensitive, red rash that occurs primarily over the nose and cheeks; the individual also presents conditions of mild immune deficiency with increased susceptibility to infections.Risk factorsBloom syndrome is inherited in an autosomal recessive pattern, meaning that it occurs when a person inherits two changed (mutated  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

  • Bullous pemphigoid

    Bullous pemphigoid is a rare skin condition that causes large, fluid-filled blisters. They develop on areas of skin that often flex - such as the lower abdomen, upper thighs or armpits. Bullous pemphigoid is most common in older adults.TreatmentFor moderate-to-severe cases of bullous pemphigoid, your healthcare provider may prescribe an oral corticosteroid, like prednisone in addition to a steroid-spari  Read More

  • Child naevus

    Congenital or Child Naevus (moles) generally don't cause problems unless they show cancerous signs.Cure/medications include:Your child's doctor will need to check the mole over time to watch for any changes that may signal a future risk of skin cancer.On the other hand, if you worry about the mole's appearance or location, you can talk to your doctor about removal.Discussing with the d  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

  • Fox fordyce disease

    A skin condition that occurs in sweat-producing areas is known as Fox Fordyce Disease. It is a rare condition that mainly occurs in women between the age of 13 to 35 years. Areas affected by the disease have itchy bumps produced around the hair follicles of the underarm, nipples, and other pubic regions.The ratio of women to men with the disease is more due to sweat accumulation and bacterial production. It is due  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

  • 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

  • Ichthyosis keratosis follicularis spinulosa decalvans

    There is no cure available for Keratosis follicularis spinulosa decalvans (KFSD).Treatments include:Applying skin-softening (emollient) ointments to soften and add moisture to the skin helps KFSD patients with their dry, itchy skin. This can be especially effective after bathing while the skin is still moist.Plain petroleum jelly and Lactate lotion is also said to be effective and is preferable  Read More

  • Impetigo

    Impetigo is a commonly transmitted skin infection. Bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes infect the epidermis, or outer layers of the skin. The face, arms, and legs are the most commonly affected areas.Impetigo can affect anyone, although it is more frequent in children, particularly those aged 2 to 5.Minor cuts, bug bites, or a rash like eczema — any spot where the skin is damaged  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

  • 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

  • Lichen planus

    Medications and other therapies may be used to alleviate itching, relieve pain, and improve healing in lichen planus. Therapy can be difficult. Consult your doctor to assess the potential advantages against any treatment adverse effects.Corticosteroids: Prescription corticosteroid cream or ointment is usually the first line of treatment for lichen planus. If it doesn't work and your disease is serious or spread  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

  • 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

  • Pityriasis rosea

    Pityriasis rosea is a rash that often begins as an oval spot on the face, chest, abdomen or back. This is called a herald patch and may be up to 4 inches across. The patients suffering from this disease develop smaller spots that sweep out from the middle of the body in a shape that looks like drooping pine-tree branches. The rash can be itchy.usually, the symptoms and the condition settle down on their own without any m  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

  • Scabies

    Scabies is a skin infestation caused by the Sarcoptes scabies or mites, that burrow into the skin and result in itchiness. If left untreated, it may result in chronic kidney and heart disease. Moreover, it is curable through medication.The cure and medication for scabies are as follows:Permethrin cream: A five percent permethrin cream is effective for killing mites and their eggs are burrowed deep into  Read More

  • Trichorhinophalangeal syndrome type ii

    Trichorhinophalangeal syndrome type ii is also known as Langer-Giedion syndrome. This is a very rare inherited disorder. This disorder affects multisystem parts of the body. It may result in thin hair, dystrophic nails, and small breasts.Some skeletal-related findings are short stature, short feet, radial deviation of the fingers, and marked hip dysplasia.Characterized by multiple osteochondromas and moder  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

  • Urticaria, physical

    Physical urticaria is a subtype of urticaria that is caused by an extrinsic physical stimulus rather than occurring naturally. There are 7 subcategories of diseases that are classified as distinct diseases. Physical urticaria is considered to be unpleasant, itchy, and physically repulsive; it can last for months or years.Physical urticaria has no established aetiology, but it has been proposed that it is an autoimm  Read More

  • Vitiligo

    Vitiligo has no known cure. The purpose of medical therapy is to achieve a consistent skin tone by restoring colour (repigmentation) or removing the remaining colour (depigmentation).SurgerySkin grafts obtained from the patient: Skin is taken from one portion of the patient and utilised to cover another. Scarring, infection, and inability to repigment are all possible problems. it can also be called mic  Read More