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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

  • Agyria

    Argyria is a rare condition that causes the skin to turn blue or grey. This discolouration happens when the body comes into contact with excessive amounts of silver.There is no defined treatment for this disease. It can be treated by the restriction of the underlying cause.This could be the use of colloidal silver therapy, hydroquinone usage for skin conditions, silver dental fillings etc.When the  Read More

  • Albinism

    The term albinism typically refers to oculocutaneous (ok-u-low-ku-TAY-nee-us) albinism (OCA) — a group of inherited disorders where there is little or no production of the pigment melanin. The type and amount of melanin your body produces determines the color of your skin, hair and eyes. Melanin also plays a role in the development of optic nerves, so people with albinism have vision problems. Signs of albinism are usually appare  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

  • Chanarin dorfman disease

    Chanarin Dorfman syndrome is a rare hereditary disorder of fat (lipid) metabolism. It is characterized by scaly skin (ichthyosis), degeneration of the muscles (myopathy), and abnormal white blood cells with small spaces (vacuoles) filled with fat (lipids).  Read More

  • Degos syndrome

    Blockage of blood vessels/arteries restricts the flow to the blood vessels of the skin & other organs, which is Degos Syndrome. It defects the small intestine and other abdominal organs lesions (damage to skin and lining of organs) due to undetected causes.Diagnosis:Tests in the case of this syndrome present nothing but everything normal. It is necessary to have a skin biopsy if a doubt arises.Symptoms reveal a  Read More

  • Guttate scleroderma, lichen sclerosus type

    Guttate scleroderma is one of the abandoned names of a skin disease, currently called lichen sclerosis (LS). It is a chronic, inflammatory, mucocutaneous disorder of genital and extra-genital skin.The exact etiology has not been established. Some of the causes include autoimmune abnormalities, genetic factors, hormonal influence, and infections.In the early stages, symptoms include luminal hyperkeratosis a  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

  • Ichthyosis vulgaris

    Ichthyosis Vulgaris is caused by an inherited genetic flaw, a mutation that affects a large protein called filaggrin.The faulty gene is inherited from one's parents and may be caused by one or more mutations in the profillagrin gene that occur early in fetal development.It is autosomal dominant, which means that all that is required for the condition is a single faulty copy of the gene that codes for f  Read More

  • Kabuki make-up syndrome

    Kabuki Make-up Syndrome is also known as Niikawa-Kuroki Syndrome or KMS. It is a rare congenital disorder. This affects various parts of the body but mainly the face. It is so rare that one case is reported among 32,000 births.There arise multiple abnormalities, and they can become apparent with the growing age of the child. A child having kabuki makeup syndrome may have the following characteristics-Pa  Read More

  • Keratolysis

    Pitted keratolysis is a skin illness that develops microscopic holes in your skin's top layer.It primarily affects the soles of your feet, but it can also affect your hands' palms.This condition's little holes or pits usually do not pain or itch, but they might become tender or irritating.They may also experience a burning feeling.These bacteria multiply at infection sites and  Read More

  • Lichen annularis

    A chronic inflammatory disorder that affects the skin and mucosal membranes is Lichen Annularis.Inflammation (swelling and irritation) on the skin or within the mouth is a common symptom of lichen planus.Your skin develops an itchy rash as a result of Lichen Annularis.Your mouth may become painful or burn.An unidentified protein in the skin and mucosal keratinocytes is the target of infla  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 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

  • 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

  • Lichen sclerosus

    Sometimes, mild cases of lichen sclerosus cause no noticeable signs or symptoms. When they do occur, lichen sclerosus symptoms may include: Itching (pruritus), which can be severe Discomfort or pain Smooth white spots on your skin Blotchy, wrinkled patches Easy bruising or tearing In severe cases, bleeding, blistering or ulcerated lesions Painful intercourse  Read More

  • Sebaceous cyst

    Commonly found on the face, neck, upper back, and chest, sebaceous cysts are small lump or bump under the skin. If the condition starts to get worse, it is advisable to consult a doctor. Regular checkups are encouraged to keep it from spreading and causing infection.Risk factorsA sebaceous cyst could result in the following: -Unfavorable effects of treatment- There are no permanent effects o  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

  • Vitiligo capitis

    Vitiligo Capitis is a condition that results in patchy loss of skin pigment. With time, the discoloured spots typically enlarge. Any portion of the body's skin might be impacted by the illness. The tongue and hair can both be impacted by it.Treatment or Cure available for the Vitiligo Capitis conditionThe type of treatment you receive will depend on your age, the location and amount of skin affected  Read More

  • Vulgaris type ichthyosis

    Vulgaris type Ichthyosis is an inherited skin condition where the surface of your skin develops thick, dry scales from the accumulation of dead skin cells.Vulgaris type Ichthyosis, also known as fish scale disease or fish skin disease, can cause scales to develop from birth, but this is typically when they first do.Since they are easily mistaken for cases of severely dry skin, modest occurrences of Vulgari  Read More

  • Weil syndrome

    Weil syndrome, a rare infectious disorder, is a severe form of the bacterial infection caused by Leptospira bacteria known as leptospirosis. Weil syndrome is characterized by dysfunction of the kidneys and liver, abnormal enlargement of the liver (hepatomegaly), persistent yellowing of the skin, mucous membranes, and whites of the eyes (jaundice), and/or alterations in consciousness. In most cases, Weil syndrome occurs among individuals who ar  Read More