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From common skin rashes to severe skin infections all falls under the category of dermatological disease. This disease occurs in the body due to various reasons some of which are infections, heat, allergens, system disorders and medications. These diseases shows variety of symptoms some are common too like rashes, redness, swellings whereas some are permanent and uncommon like loss of skin pigment, raised bumps, discolored skin patch.
- Atopic dermatitis
Ache is one of the most common dermatological diseases nowadays. This condition arises as a result of clogging of hair follicles under the skin. The skin has sebaceous glands (releases sebum) that connects to the hair follicle. The sebum is emptied onto the skin through the pore (a follicle opening). Sometimes the hair, sebum and keratinocytes get stick together preventing the sebum to reach the skin surface. This causes a favorable environment for skin bacteria to grow and create follicles on skin which are called “acne”.
- Cysteine acne
- White heads
- Black heads
- Blemish excision
These are also called verruca vulgaris. This is mainly caused by Human Papilloma Virus or HPV. This virus causes small fleshy noncancerous growths on skin which are called warts. There is no specific treatment of warts; mostly they go away by themselves.
- Human papillomavirus
- Peeling medicine( salicylic acid)
This is commonly called Nail fungus. This causes white or yellow nail discoloration. Dermatophytes, yeasts, and nondermatophyte molds are responsible for this disease. Here either the toe nail or the finger nail is affected. But in most of the case the toe nail is affected.
- Athlete’s foot
- Distal Subungual Onychomycosis
- Antifungal Susceptibility Testing
- Antifungal Therapy
It is a chronic autoimmune condition which leads to fast division of skin cells. Due to this scaling occurs on skin surface. Inflammation and redness around the skin can be seen commonly. These scales are mostly whitish silver in color and can crack sometimes leading to bleed.
- Plaque psoriasis
- Erytrhodermic psoriasis
- Light therapy
Dry skin is also called xeroderma. This is a common skin problem which is caused due to improper hydration, dry environment, frequent hand washing etc. this leads to itching, scaling or cracking of skin.
- Contact dermatitis
- Saborrheic dermatitis
- Atopic dermatitis
These infections are caused by fungus and it mainly occurs in the damp area of the body like feet or armpit. Another name for this disease is Mycosis. Here the infection causing fungus invades the tissue and can cause infection to tissue, organ or even the whole body.
- Jock itch
- Athlete’s foot
Dermatopathology is the study of skin pathology and a subspecialty of dermatology and pathology. A derma pathologist observes the defect under the skin by using microscope. Dermatopathology is a combination of both dermatology (the diagnosis and treatment of skin, hair and nail diseases) and pathology (identification of diseases microscopically.
- Squamous cell carcinoma
- Electron microscope
This is mainly the inflammation of skin. The red dry skin patches are formed here. It is caused mainly due to allergens like pollen, foods etc. another cause can be contact with dyes, chemicals or fabric for which the body is allergic.
- Atopic dermatitis
- Dyshidrotic eczema
- Stasis dermatitis
This is a method of transplanting the skin from one part of the body to other part. This is done to reconstruct the defect in the skin. Here the healthier skin is taken and transplanted to the defected area. Skin grafts are also used to cover chronic nonhealing cutaneous ulcers, to replace tissue lost in full-thickness burns, and to restore hair to areas of alopecia.
- Split skin graft
- Full thickness skin graft
- Excision biopsy
The skin is one of the main targets of pollutants, which reach the superficial and deeper skin layers by transcutaneous and systemic routes. The pollutants can badly affect our skin in many ways. They may activate cell metabolism and inflammatory processes. Pollutants are known to be associated with skin ageing.
- Reactive oxygen species
- Exfoliation of skin
Pediatric dermatology refers to the treatment of children and infants derma. This is used in diagnosis of various skin conditions, including hemangiomas and other vascular birthmarks, pigmented birthmarks, and congenital skin disorders, eczema or atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, contact dermatitis, Vitiligo, hives, and warts.
- Infantile hemangiomas
- Sturge weber syndrome
- Novel topical therapy
The use of natural cosmetics is growing among the population. Beauty products considered as natural bring an approach of association between the environment preservation and health protection. Benefits of using natural ingredients has increased, both in cosmetics for dermatologic and hair care and for the treatment of diseases. For example, it has been proved that colloidal oatmeal promotes better treatment of psoriasis and aloe Vera has benefits in treatments of atopic dermatitis.
Organic strictly refers to product ingredients grown without pesticides, chemicals or artificial fertilizers. An organic product must have between 95-100% chemical-free ingredients, while a natural product usually is 50-70% chemical free.
- Avocado oil
- Argon oil
- Apple cider vinegar