Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue (dermatology)

Verrucous nevus

Among the benign pigmented lesions on the skin - nevi (from the Latin naevus - mole) - a warty nevus protruding above the skin surface is distinguished, which, as the name implies, looks like a wart.

Bloody calluses on the legs and arms

Calluses are lesions of the skin that are caused by simultaneous friction and pressure, and calluses of blood or blood are referred to as wet calluses with the formation of a blister containing fluid with blood (blister or bulla).

Dyshidrosis, pompholix in children and adults

Diseases of the group of palmar-plantar dermatitis of a non-infectious nature include lesions of the skin of the hands and feet, defined by such synonymous names as dyshidrosis, pompholix, dyshidrotic eczema

Cracks behind the ears in adults and children

Dry or weeping skin and cracks behind the ears are considered by dermatologists as symptoms of certain conditions or diseases that require identification for adequate treatment.

Laser wart removal for adults and children

Removing warts with a laser or other possible methods is the only way to get rid of a dermatological defect. And although this method does not have great therapeutic value, from a cosmetological and psychophysical point of view, it is fully justified.

What to do if nails exfoliate on your hands?

Usually, delamination of the nails is not a cause for concern, apparently associated with an adverse chemical or mechanical effect, upon the elimination of which the defect usually disappears as the nail grows back.

Why are fingernails peeling?

In our article we will try to consider why the nails on the hands are exfoliating, and what is better to do in this case, so as not to be left without them at all.

Itching in the groin as a symptom of the disease

When such first signs as local skin hyperemia appear, that is, its redness and itching in the groin, diaper rash in the groin is considered among the versions of their origin, especially in people with excess adipose tissue, which increase all skin folds.

Simple leukoplakia

Simple leukoplakia refers to dyskeratosis diseases - that is, to those that are accompanied by impaired keratinization. Pathology affects stratified squamous epithelial tissue and can be found in the oral cavity, respiratory tract, urogenital tract, and the anal area.

What do spider veins look like on the face, body and legs?

How spider veins look like depends not only on the number and location of the affected vessels, but also on their type. In the arterial vessels, the blood is scarlet, and such telangiectasias will have a red color. 


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