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Dermatology diseases includes common skin rashes to severe skin infections, which occurs due to range of things, such as infections, heat, allergens, system disorders and medications. Foremost common skin disorders are dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis is associate current (chronic) condition that causes restless, inflamed skin. Most frequently it seems as patches on the face, neck, trunk or limbs. It tends to flare up sporadically so subside for a time.
- Track 1-1Acne
- Track 1-2Cold Sore
- Track 1-3Blister
- Track 1-4Hives
- Track 1-5Actinic Keratosis
- Track 1-6Eczema
- Track 1-7Cellulitis
- Track 1-8Hard water
Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a condition that makes your skin red and itchy. It's common in children but can occur at any age. Atopic dermatitis is long lasting (chronic) and tends to flare periodically. It may be accompanied by asthma or hay fever. No cure has been found for atopic dermatitis. But treatments and self-care measures can relieve itching and prevent new outbreaks. For example, it helps to avoid harsh soaps, moisturize your skin regularly, and apply medicated creams or ointments.
- Track 2-1Dry skin
- Track 2-2Raw, sensitive, swollen skin from scratching
- Track 2-3Allergens
- Track 2-4Staphylococcus Aureus
Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) usually appears as a small, shiny pink or pearly-white lump with a translucent or waxy appearance. It can also look like a red, scaly patch. BCC is a non-melanoma skin cancer, and is the most common type (> 80%) of all skin cancer (skin cancer incidence is < 1%) in the UK. BCC are sometimes referred to as ‘rodent ulcers’.
- Track 3-1Cystic basal cell carcinoma
- Track 3-2Micronodular basal cell carcinoma
- Track 3-3Superficial basal cell carcinoma
Melanoma, also known as malignant melanoma, is a type of cancer that develops from the pigment-containing cells known as melanocytes. Melanomas typically occur in the skin, but may rarely occur in the mouth, intestines, or eye. In women, they most commonly occur on the legs, while in men they are most common on the back. Sometimes they develop from a mole with changes such as an increase in size, irregular edges, change in color, itchiness, or skin breakdown. The primary cause of melanoma is ultraviolet light (UV) exposure in those with low levels of skin pigment. The UV light may be from either the sun or from other sources, such as tanning devices. About 25% develop from moles. Those with many moles, a history of affected family members, and who have poor immune function are at greater risk. A number of rare genetic defects such as xeroderma pigmentosum also increase risk. Diagnosis is by biopsy and analysis of any skin lesion that has signs of being potentially cancerous.
- Track 4-1Lentigo maligna
- Track 4-2Lentigo maligna melanoma
- Track 4-3Superficial spreading melanoma
- Track 4-4Acral lentiginous melanoma
- Track 4-5Mucosal melanoma
- Track 4-6Nodular melanoma
- Track 4-7Desmoplastic melanoma
- Track 4-8Polypoid melanoma
Non-invasive body contouring is the fastest growing area of cosmetic dermatology. It entails the use of specific technology to optimize the definition, smoothness, and shape of the human body in a safe and effective manner. The field of Aesthetic 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.
- Track 5-1Chemical peels
- Track 5-2Laser skin resurfacing
- Track 5-3Laser skin tightening
- Track 5-4Surgical management for Hair loss
- Track 5-5Efficacy and Safety of Botulinum Toxin A
- Track 5-6Botox and Face Lift
- Track 5-7Incision and Drainage of Skin Abscess
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.
- Track 6-1Mohs micrographic surgery
- Track 6-2Skin lesion removal and wound healing
- Track 6-3Cryosurgery
- Track 6-4Dermabrasion
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 7-1Stem Cells in Dermatology
- Track 7-2Laser therapy and Radiation therapy
- Track 7-3Pathophysiology and Treatment of Rosacea
- Track 7-4Photoaging: 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 8-1Surgical management for hair loss
- Track 8-2Management and treatment for facial hirsutism
- Track 8-3The evaluation and management of hirsutism ,hyperandrogenism
- Track 8-4Diagnosis and Management of Nail disorder
- Track 8-5Nail 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 9-1Natural acne treatments
- Track 9-2Ayurveda in dermatology
- Track 9-3Herbal medicine in dermatology
- Track 9-4Holistic dermatology and integrative medication
- Track 9-5Alternative medicine in dermatological oncology
Skin is the largest and most superficial organ of the body. A wide variety of skin disorder senn during childhood. The neonatal skin in comparison to adult skin is thinner, less hairy with weaker intercellular attachment, therefore it is susceptible to external irritants and micrococcal infection.
- Track 10-1Transient Neonatal Pustular Melanosis
- Track 10-2Neonatal Acne
- Track 10-3Sclerema Neonatorum
- Track 10-4Subcutaneous Fat Necrosis of the Newborn
- Track 10-5Seborrheic Dermatitis
- Track 10-6Sucking Blister
- Track 10-7Aplasia Cutis Congenita
Dermatopathology is a joint subspecialty of dermatology and pathology and to a lesser degree of surgical pathology that spotlights on the investigation of cutaneous ailments at a minuscule and atomic level. It additionally includes examinations of the potential reasons for skin illnesses at a fundamental level. Dermatopathologists work in close relationship with clinical dermatologists. This process reveals the histology of the disease and results in a specific diagnostic interpretation.
- Track 11-1Immunofluorescence
- Track 11-2Electron microscopy
- Track 11-3Molecular-pathologic analysis
- Track 11-4Flow cytometry
Cosmeceuticals is the blend of beauty care products and pharmaceuticals. Cosmeceuticals are restorative items with bioactive ingredients indicated to have medicinal advantages. A cosmeceutical is basically a skincare item that contains an organic or natural ingredients that is thought to have pharmaceutical effects on the skin.
- Track 12-1Anti-wrinkle creams
- Track 12-2Nutriceuticals
- Track 12-3Hair restorers
- Track 12-4Hair restorers
Psychodermatology is the treatment of skin disorders using psychological and psychiatric techniques. It is a subspecialty of dermatology.Frequently treated conditions are: psoriasis, eczema, hives, genital and oral herpes, acne, warts, skin allergies, pain and burning sensations, hair loss and compulsive skin picking and hair pulling. Psychological or psychiatric treatments are the primary treatments for some dermatological disorders, including trichotillomania and Morgellons.Techniques include used relaxation, meditation, hypnosis and self-hypnosis, psychotropic medications, biofeedback, and focused psychotherapy.