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12th Global Dermatologists Congress, will be organized around the theme “Dermatology: The Impact of Ethnic Skin”
Dermatologists 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Dermatologists 2017
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Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the hair, nails, skin and its diseases. It is a specialty with both medical and surgical aspects. A dermatologist treats diseases, in the widest sense, and some cosmetic problems of the skin includes Acne is a long-term skin condition characterized by areas of blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, greasy skin, and possibly scarring. Skin cancer & malignancy of epithelial cells, Contact dermatitis, Kawasaki syndrome, Inflammation, scars & rashes,Viral skin diseases.
The global dermatology markets reached $15.8 billion in 2012. The market is expected to reach $16.1 billion in 2013 and $18.5 billion in 2018 for a CAGR of 2.8%. An overview of the global market for treatments of skin diseases, perhaps the most common of human afflications.
- Track 1-1Acne
- Track 1-2Medical and Surgical Treatment for Pigmentation Disorders
- Track 1-3Stasis Eczema and Eczematous
- Track 1-4Pigmentation Disorders
- Track 1-5 Viral Skin Diseases
- Track 1-6Hemangiomas and Vascular Malformations
- Track 1-7 Cutaneous Disorders
- Track 1-8 Allergy and Dermatology
- Track 1-9 Contact Dermatitis
- Track 1-10 Aging and Wrinkles in Ethnic Skin
- Track 1-11Skin Neoplasams and Malignancy of Epithelial cells
- Track 1-12Chronic actinic dermatitis
Dermatology is the medical science of disorders of the skin. Often skin lesions and disorders are markers of internal disease and mirror the processes occurring within the body. Dermatology has been called "a window through which to see the entire body." Skin consists of distinct layers. The most superficial (most exterior) layer is the epidermis. The epidermis is a stratified squamous epithelium. It has stacked layers of cells. Below the epidermis lies the dermis and below that we find the subcutaneous fat, or sub cutis. Dozens of different skin infections exist, with huge variation in symptoms and severity. Some of the most common skin conditions include Contact allergies, Alopecia, Psoriasis, Blistering disorders, Rashes, Atopic Dermatitis.
According to the American Cancer Society, there are more than 2 million annual cases of basal and squamous cell skin cancer (non melanomas) in the U.S. The occurrence of melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, has increased from 47,700 diagnoses in 2000 to 75,000 in 2009. While demand for cosmetic dermatology decreased during the recession, the economic recovery combined with an aging population is driving a resurgence of demand for cosmetic procedures.
- Track 2-1Dermatological drug development
- Track 2-2Autoimmune disease
- Track 2-3Alopecia
- Track 2-4Psoriasis and related conditions
- Track 2-5Blistering disorders
- Track 2-6Pediatric Dermatology
- Track 2-7Dermatopathology
- Track 2-8Case studies in dermatology
- Track 2-9 Sulfapyridine and Sulfone
- Track 2-10Wart
The field of esthetic and cosmetic dermatology has gained remarkable interest all over the world. The major advantage of recent years is the high scientific levels of the most significant new developments in techniques and pharmacotherapy and other nonsurgical approaches like Laser resurfacing, Sclerotherapy, Soft tissue augmentation. With an aging population and increasing consumer awareness, demand for high-quality, innovative cosmeceutical products will be on the rise in 2014.
In fact, Global Information, an information service company that partners with research firms worldwide, recently released statistics that stated that the global cosmeceuticals market should reach $31.84 billion by 2016. According to another report released by Medical Insight, the total retail sales of home-use devices and disposables are expected to rise by 11.4 percent per year to exceed $1.5 billion in 2017.
- Track 3-1Surgical management for Hair loss
- Track 3-2Tumescent liposuction
- Track 3-3Facial Reconstruction and Nail Surgery
- Track 3-4Botox and Face Lift
- Track 3-5Incision and Drainage of Skin Abscess
- Track 3-6Skin Injectables and Fillers
- Track 3-7 Efficacy and Safety of Botulinum Toxin A
- Track 3-8Facial Resurfacing
Dermatologic surgery deals with the diagnosis and treatment of medically necessary and cosmetic conditions of the skin, hair, nails, veins, mucous membranes and adjacent tissues by various surgical, reconstructive, cosmetic and non-surgical methods. The purpose of dermatologic surgery is to repair and/or improve the function and cosmetic appearance of skin tissue. Examples of dermatologic surgery procedures include anti-aging treatments, injectable and implantable soft tissue fillers, botulinum toxin treatments, correction of acne scarring, chemical peeling, tumescent liposuction, vein therapy, hair restoration, laser surgery, skin cancer treatment and reconstructive flaps and grafts.
Dermatologists account for only 1% of the U S physician population but comprise nearly 4% of overall Medicare expenditures. Skin cancer has become the sixteenth most costly Medicare diagnosis accounting for $2.9 billion annually.
- Track 4-1Dermabrasion
- Track 4-2Skin lesion removal and wound healing
- Track 4-3Mohs micrographic surgery
- Track 4-4Cutaneous surgery
- Track 4-5Cryosurgery
It is estimated that 1 in 52 men and 1 in 77 women in the US will be diagnosed with melanoma in their lifetime. Despite the fact that melanoma is one of the most rapidly increasing forms of human cancer, new treatments have been slow in developing and the mortality rate continues to rise. We now know that there are several well-defined risk factors for this form of cancer. Our report contains quantitative and qualitative analytical content, covering the present and future of the global cancer drugs market. Although our report is market-centered, we include medical and technical information. We include analyses of under-met market needs from the present looking forward.
GMR Data forecast that Avastin will reach its financial peak by 2018 before losing its patent exclusivity in 2019. The drug is also set to benefit from a potential combination therapy, with EGFL7, for the treatment of colorectal and lung cancer, similar to that of Herceptin and Perjeta.
- Track 5-1Advances in Treatment Methods
- Track 5-2Advances in Diagnostic Procedures
- Track 5-3Advances in Skin Cancer Research
- Track 5-4Melanoma
- Track 5-5Actinic keratosis
Dermatology is one of the areas of medicine in which a specialist can be both physician and surgeon, treating malignant and non-malignant disease in a population ranging from infants to adults. In recent years, dermatology has incorporated techniques and treatments from other disciplines, such as genetic studies and the use of immunosuppressive agents, and pioneering work in the rapidly expanding area of laser therapy has broadened the diagnostic and therapeutic horizon. Advances in the understanding of dermatological conditions have allowed dermatologists to refine treatments.
- Track 6-1Stem Cells in Dermatology
- Track 6-2Laser therapy and Radiation therapy
- Track 6-3Pathophysiology and Treatment of Rosacea
- Track 6-4Photoaging: Prevention and Treatment
Dermatology is usually most associated with skin, but dermatologists also diagnose and treat conditions involving with hair and nails. Dandruff is common and can be a nuisance but it can also be a symptom of something serious. Skin conditions present on the scalp, like psoriasis or eczema, which can be diagnosed by a dermatologist.
Hair Loss is also a common concern that has many causes including recent childbirth. Most people experiencing hair loss are wondering if the amount of hair loss is normal or excessive and whether it is temporary or not. Sometimes hair loss stop on its own but a dermatologist can help explain possible causes and treatment options.
- Track 7-1Surgical management for hair loss
- Track 7-2 Management and treatment for facial hirsutism
- Track 7-3The evaluation and management of hirsutism ,hyperandrogenism
- Track 7-4 Diagnosis and Management of Nail disorder
- Track 7-5 Nail Diseases Related to Nail Cosmetics
The field of alternative medicine is increasing in popularity among dermatologists in the United States, particularly among the patients. Though conventional treatment approaches can be effective in quelling the symptoms associated with atopic dermatitis and other cutaneous diseases and conditions, “natural” remedies can also be of significant value in carefully selected patients.
Alternative medicine largely remains a frowned upon fringe field in medicine. According to survey data, 35–69% of patients with skin disease have used complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in their lifetime.
- Track 8-1Natural acne treatments
- Track 8-2 Ayurveda in dermatology
- Track 8-3Herbal medicine in dermatology
- Track 8-4Holistic dermatology and integrative medication
- Track 8-5Alternative medicine in dermatological oncology