The following Conditions are related to Sores

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  • 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

  • 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

  • Johnson-stevens disease

    Johnson –stevens disease is a very rare syndrome with potentially fatal skin reactions in which loss of skin occurs and mucosal membranes accompanied by systemic symptoms is shown in some case. For these conditions, in 80% of cases, the reactions from medications are responsible.This condition requires intensive care or burn care unit in hospitalization,If a person is taking unessential medication  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

  • Lichen ruber planus

    Cure or Medications for the Lichen Ruber PlanusWhile there's no known cure for Lichen Ruber Planus, some medications that treat the symptoms may potentially be able to pinpoint a potential underlying cause. The following drugs are frequently prescribed:Retinoids: They are used topically or taken orally and are related to vitamin A. Corticosteroids: This can be used orally, topica  Read More

  • Staph infection

    The type of infection individuals have, its severity, and its location on or in the body will all affect the treatment options for a Staph Infection. Along with several skin infections, staph can also infect the blood, bones, joints, heart, and lungs.AntibioticsThe Staph Infection causing the infection may be found with testing by the doctor. This can aid your doctor in selecting the antibiotic that will serv  Read More

  • Van lohuizen syndrome

    An uncommon congenital skin condition known as Van Lohuizen Syndrome, is marked by discoloured patches of skin (livedo reticularis) brought on by dilated surface blood vessels (telangiectases), which give the skin a ""fishnet"" or blue or purple appearance. This condition is commonly accompanied by skin sores (Ulcers) that resemble craters. At least 50% of those with the condition also have other congenital  Read More