Skin Diseases

  • The Five Most Common Skin Diseases

    Listed below are five of the most common skin diseases Chicken Pox (Varicella) Herpes Zoster Warts Rubeola (Measles) Rubella (German measles) Chicken Pox (Varicella) The disease is caused by the herpes zoster virus. Chickenpox is a highly contagious, airborne virus. It affects children far more often than adults. The incubation period is 10-20 days. Common symptoms include fever, headache, anorexia, malaise, and ulcers. The lesions appear as small, pink, raised areas surrounded by a red halo. Treatment includes keeping the wounds dry and eliminating itching to prevent people from cracking open sores and spreading the virus. Often, ulcers do not…

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  • Top 3 Infectious Diseases of the Skin:

    Mentioned below these three Infectious Diseases: Atopic Dermatitis Seborrheic Dermatitis (SD) Psoriasis Atopic Dermatitis Atopic dermatitis occurs in people with a low natural level of resistance to itching. The resistance level of the bite is determined genetically. One factor in this disorder may be immunodeficiency. Atopic dermatitis usually begins in childhood. It is common in the Western Hemisphere and is associated with a family history of asthma or hay fever. Wounds are mainly produced by scratching. With severe scratching, the lesions begin to become red, weeping, and growing. Ulcers usually occur in the neck, behind the knee, and inside the…

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  • Reasons for Dandruff

    Reasons for Dandruff

    This post content portray the reasons for dandruff. The most widely recognized scalp disease and how to fix it. Each time I rub my hairs with my hands I generally see a fine little grain like white material is coming out from my hairs. I can’t help thinking about what is the reason for this dandruff and from where this is delivered? Is there an entire manufacturing plant in my mind where individuals are working day and night to deliver such large scale manufacturing. This dandruff causing tingling as well as it feels me humiliating on different event when it…

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  • Abnormal skin color

    Loss of skin pigmentation,reduction in pigmentation and increased of pigments are features of a variety of disorders or abrormality of skin color.Detailed history-taking and examination,including use of wood’s light,are required to establish the diagnosis. Investigations will depend on the presentation.For example,microscopy of skin scrapings should be inflammation and scaling;screening for autoimmune disease may be required if vitiligo is suspected;and investigation for endocrine disease or the porphyrias may be appropriate in hyper pigmentation. Further details of the specific conditions are included later. Hair and nail abnormalities Many conditions affect the skin appendages,particularly hair and nails.Nail changes may be a marker for…

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  • Four Advanced Tattoo Removal Options

      Tattoos can be pulled permanently and temporarily, and both can be removed from the body, even if following specific removal methods. If you are interested in getting rid of tattoos on your body then this piece is for you. Removing permanent tattoos The method of laser surgery When it comes to removing permanent ink from body composition, you can try laser surgery. This method of tattoo removal is standard, but it is expensive. Under this procedure, considerable attention is paid to removing the ink, rather than completely removing the entire skin layer.The first step is to break the ink…

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  • SKIN TUMOURS

    SKIN TUMOURS

    Pathogenesis of skin malignancy: SKIN TUMOURS is the most common malignancy in fair-skinned populations. It is categorised as non-melanoma subdivided in to basal cell carcinoma (BCC), the most common skin cancer and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). The latter has precursor non-invasive states of intraepithelial carcinoma. (Bowen’s disease; BD) and dysplasia (actinic Keratosis; AK) Melanoma is much less common than NMSC, but because of its metastatic risk it is the cause of most skin cancer deaths.UVR is complete carcinogen and is the main environmental risk factor for skin cancer. which is much more common in countries with high ambient sun exposure, such…

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  • head lice

    ٰLICE

    Head Lice Infestation with the head louse, Pediculus humanus capitis,  is common. It is highly contagious and spread by direct head-to-head  contact. Scalp itch leads to scratching, secondary infection and cervical lymphadenopathy. The diagnosis is confirmed by identifying the living louse or nymph on the scalp or on a  black sheet of paper after careful fine-toothed  combing of wet hair  following conditioner  application. The empty egg cases (‘nits’)  are easily seen on the hair shaft  and are hard to dislodge. Treatment Treatment  is recommended  for the affected  individual and many infected  household school contacts.Eradication  in school population is difficult because…

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  • physical therapies

    PHYSICAL THERAPIES

    Cryotherapy Cryotherapy may be a destructive treatment that use liquid nitrogen .The freezing and thawing process causes cell wall and membranes destruction and death.  nitrogen may be applied either with a cotton bud aur more effectively, with a Sapne gun. A big variety of conditions may be treated but it essential for the proper diagnosis to be made first , if necessary and diagnostic biopsy. cryotherapy mustn’t use to treat melanocytic naevi. Benign lesions, like viral warts and basal cell papillomas , respond well and cryotherapy may be effective for actinic keratoses , Browne’s disease or superficial non-melanoma carcinoma. Malignant…

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  • SYSTEMATIC THERAPIES

    General information is provide here with disease-specific   details given later on. Antibiotics Antibiotics are generally used for their anti-inffective properties,   particularly for staphylococcal and strepto-coccal  skin infections. In these indications the  correct antibiotics should be selected based on bacterial sensitibe-ity  and patient factors. As examples, oral flucloxacillin may be indicated for infected eczema,  intravenous benzyL penicillin and flucloxacillin for cellulitis, and erythromycin for a patient with a staphylococcal carbun-cle who is penicillin-allergic. Optimal therapeutic doses and courses must be chosen .Several  antibiotics such as tetracyclines, erythromycin and trimethoprim,  can be used for their anti-inflammatory  effects in indications like acne vulgaris, …

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