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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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Cross-mckusick-breen syndrome

    Oculocerebral Syndrome with Hypopigmentation is an extremely rare inherited disorder characterized by the lack of normal color (hypopigmentation) of the skin and hair and abnormalities of the central nervous system that affect the eyes and certain parts of the brain (oculocerebral). Physical findings at birth include unusually light skin color and silvery-gray hair. Abnormal findings associated with the central nervous system may include abnor  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

  • Darier disease

    Darier disease, also called keratosis follicularis, is a genodermatosis. It is a rare genetic disorder inherited in an autosomal dominant manner.The responsible mutations occur in the gene that encodes the calcium pump, in the endoplasmic reticulum.The keratinocytes in the skin of the affected person lose cohesion among themselves, which leads to the manifestations.The classic features of the dise  Read More

  • De santis cacchione syndrome

    De Sanctis-Cacchione syndrome is an extremely rare genetic condition that affects the brain and nervous system development. It is distinguished by cognitive impairment, developmental delays, and skin abnormalities (Xeroderma pigmentosum). The syndrome is named after the Italian doctors who described it for the first time in the early twentieth century. Due to its extreme rarity, hardly 200 cases are reported, and it tends to a  Read More

  • Doc 6 (harlequin type)

    The symptoms of Harlequin ichthyosis change with age and tend to be more severe in infants. In newborns Babies with Harlequin ichthyosis are usually born prematurely. That means they may have a higher risk of other complications as well. The sign people usually first notice is hard, thick scales all over the body, including  Read More

  • Duhring disease

    Treatment of dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) also known as duhring disease includes avoidance of gluten by consuming a gluten-free diet and medications.The first line of treatment includes a strict gluten-free diet is the most effective treatment option. You can get suggestions from a registered dietician to eliminate both obvious and hidden sources of dietary gluten and recommend short- and long-term alternatives.  Read More

  • Dyskeratosis follicularis vegetans

    The treatment of dyskeratosis follicularis vegetans or Darier's disease (DD) is directed toward the specific symptoms that are apparent in each individual. Aside from symptom management and behavioral modifications to avoid triggers, currently, no validated treatments for dyskeratosis follicularis vegetans are available.Symptomatic treatments include:Sunscreen, loose clothing, moisturizing creams and av  Read More

  • Ectodermal dysplasia, rapp-hodgkin type

    Rapp-Hodgkin syndrome, an extremely rare inherited multisystem disorder that is apparent at birth (congenital) or during infancy, belongs to a group of diseases known as ectodermal dysplasias. Ectodermal dysplasias typically affect the skin, teeth, hair, and/or nails. Rapp-Hodgkin syndrome is characterized by a reduced ability to sweat (hypohidrosis); an incomplete closure of the roof of the mouth (cleft palate) and/or an abnormal groove in th  Read More

  • Erythema multiforme exudativum

    Until recently the relationship of Stevens-Johnson syndrome to other severe blistering disorders was a matter of some debate. Now a consensus seems to be evolving that describes SJS as a rare disorder involving lesions of the mucous membranes along with small blisters on the reddish or purplish, flat, thickened patches of skin. As a result, SJS is now distinguished as a separate disorder from erythema multiforme major (EMM). SJS is now conside  Read More

  • Fabry disease

    A parent can pass on the faulty gene that causes Fabry disease to a child.Fabry Disease, Anderson-Fabry disease or lysosomal storage disease is an inherited disorder.Children inherit a mutated galactosidase alpha -GLA gene on the X chromosome from a parent.The GLA gene produces an alpha-GAL enzyme that helps break down fatty substances -sphingolipids.People who inherit a defective GLA  Read More

  • Folliculitis

    Folliculitis signs and symptoms include: Clusters of small red bumps or white-headed pimples that develop around hair follicles Pus-filled blisters that break open and crust over Itchy, burning skin Painful, tender skin A large swollen bump or mass When to see a doctor Make an appointment with your doctor if your condition is widespread or the signs and symptoms d  Read More

  • Fraser syndrome

    The diagnosis of Fraser syndrome is made based on physical examination and medical history.There is currently no cure for Fraser syndrome.Treatment of FS may include surgery to correct the physical deformities.Other treatments are is symptomatic and supportive.A team of specialists must evaluate each patient and determine ways to treat the symptoms.However, it should be noted tha  Read More

  • Glycolipid lipidosis

    Glycolipid lipidosis is known as Fabry disease. It is caused by mutation or deficiency in galaactosidase-GLA located in X- Chromosomes and by abnormal accumulations of neutral glycolipids in blood vessel cells.This is a generic disorder that passes through gene mutation from parents, males with X-chromosomes linked by Fabry disease that passes GLA gene to all their Daughters but never to sons.But Females h  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

  • H. gottron's syndrome

    The signs and symptoms of Gottron syndrome vary somewhat from one person to another. Because this condition is so rare, it is difficult to get a complete picture of the core features that define the syndrome. Generally, from birth-onwards, children with Gottron syndrome appear older than their actual age. The skin is unusually thin, taut, and parchment-like on the hands and feet (distal extremities) and may even involve the face. The h  Read More

  • Hall-pallister syndrome

    Mutation in gene GL13 causes the disorders in the body from infancy collectively called Hall-Pallister Syndrome.It affects people with uneven development of many body parts of the body like extra fingers, toes, or skin between fingers.Diagnosis:The patient with HPS are infants, and the defects in their palms and toes are the prominent signs of diagnosing the disease. But to rule out the confusion  Read More

  • Harlequin fetus

    A defect caused with birth that affects the skin and results in scaly, dry skin over the body is called Harlequin Fetus or Ichthyosis. It happens due to genetic mutations and wrong combinations in an infant’s body from parents.Difficulties in Children and Adults:Although the disease occurs in infancy, it is necessary to prepare for growing a child with this defect. These are the problems that could occu  Read More

  • Heat rash

    Several over-the-counter or prescription medications are used to treat heat rash also known as prickly heat, sweat rash, or miliaria rubra.Ointments: Ointments like calamine lotions are recommended to treat the symptoms of heat rash, since calamine lotions have a number of benefits for the skin, partly because it contains zinc oxide. It helps treat heat rash by soothing itchiness. Take some calamine lotion in a cot  Read More

  • Hidradenitis suppurativa

    Hidradenitis suppurativa (hi-drad-uh-NIE-tis sup-yoo-ruh-TIE-vuh) is rare, long-term skin condition that features small, painful lumps under the skin. They typically develop where the skin rubs together, such as the armpits, the groin, between the buttocks and under the breasts. The lumps may break open and smell or cause tunnels under the skin. Hidradenitis suppurativa tends to start after puberty. It can persist for many years and wo  Read More

  • Ichthyosis fetalis

    Ichthyosis fetalis is autosomal recessive congenital disorder that affects the outer layers of the skin.This disorder is affected by problems in the ABCA12 named gene; the role of the ABCA12 gene is to protect the skin's outer layer from microorganisms by maintaining the skin's protective barrier. This gene works to transport the keratinocyte transmembrane lipid-protein.A dysfunction in this workin  Read More

  • Ichthyosis harlequin type

    The symptoms of Harlequin ichthyosis change with age and tend to be more severe in infants. In newborns Babies with Harlequin ichthyosis are usually born prematurely. That means they may have a higher risk of other complications as well. The sign people usually first notice is hard, thick scales all over the body, including  Read More

  • Jock itch

    Similar to ringworm, jock itch is a common fungal ailment that is brought on by a fungus. An itching, stinging, burning rash appears on the skin of your groin, inner thighs, and butt crack as a result of a jock itch (gluteal cleft). Another name for jock itch is tinea cruris. Ringworm is also known as tinea, and the Greek word cruris signifies groin.Jock itch might persist for months if you don't address it. Ho  Read More

  • Kabuki make-up syndrome

    Some features of Kabuki syndrome are present at birth (congenital). Other features become apparent as an affected child ages. The specific findings and the severity of those findings can vary from one person to another. A wide variety of findings affecting multiple organ systems of the body can potentially occur. It is important to note that affected individuals may not have all of the features discussed below. Parents of an affected child sho  Read More

  • Keratitis ichthyosis deafness syndrome

    Keratitis ichthyosis deafness (KID) syndrome is an unusual, multi-system illness caused by a genetic mutation.KID syndrome is an autosomal dominant condition that is inherited.It is a genetic condition that can be passed down from parent to child in an autosomal dominant manner. That means that each person affected by the disease will have one defective gene and one normal gene.The kid will be aff  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 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

  • 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

  • Precancerous dermatosis

    Precancerous dermatosis is a skin disease marked by scaly or thickened patches on the skin and often caused by prolonged exposure to arsenic.The patches often occur on sun-exposed areas of the skin and in older white men.These patches may become cancerous.There are many types of this cancerous lesion, including Bowen's disease, actinic keratosis, etc.Precancerous skin growths can have  Read More

  • Rosacea

    Rosacea (roe-ZAY-she-uh) is a common skin condition that causes redness and visible blood vessels in your face. It may also produce small, red, pus-filled bumps. These signs and symptoms may flare up for a period of weeks to months and then diminish for a while. Rosacea can be mistaken for acne, an allergic reaction or other skin problems. Rosacea can occur in anyone. But it most commonly affects middle-aged women who have fair skin. W  Read More

  • Rothmund thomson syndrome

    Rothmund-Thomson syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that manifests in early infancy. The range and severity of symptoms may vary from case to case. RTS is typically characterized by skin rash, sparse hair, malformed bones, abnormal clouding of the lenses of the eyes (juvenile cataracts), small stature, and other physical abnormalities. Intelligence is usually normal, but some affected individuals have been reported to have intellectual disabi  Read More

  • Rothmund-thomson syndrome

    Rothmund-Thomson syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that manifests in early infancy. The range and severity of symptoms may vary from case to case. RTS is typically characterized by skin rash, sparse hair, malformed bones, abnormal clouding of the lenses of the eyes (juvenile cataracts), small stature, and other physical abnormalities. Intelligence is usually normal, but some affected individuals have been reported to have intellectual disabi  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

  • 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

  • Wiskott aldrich syndrome

    Wiskott Aldrich syndrome is a syndrome that contains various conditions resulting from a mutation in WAS gene. Mutation in WAS gene results in a deficiency in WASP protein then platelet count starts decreasing. That is called thrombocytopenia. This disease is of immunological deficiency and reduced ability to form blood clots.In this disease, the problems like bloody diarrhea, recurrent infections, scaling, itchy s  Read More