Acne vulgaris is a ubiquitous, multifactorial disorder of the pilosebaceous unit. The source of the word acne is controversial. It may be derived from the Greek achne, a word meaning efflorescence, or the Greek...
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Acne affects the glandular and digestive/detoxification immune centers. Give peas a chance if you have acne, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, or any other dermatological disorders or just want to avoid them all. Green peas, black...
Acute, tender, cystlike abscesses in apocrine gland–bearing skin (axillae, anogenital area, pubes, areolae; also apocrine glands scattered around umbilicus, scalp, trunk, and face); often a chronic condition;Over time, fibrotic sinus tracts develop with intermittent drainage and periodic acute abscesses.
Furunculosis is an acute bacterial abscess of a hair follicle (often Staphylococcus aureus): System(s) affected: Skin/Exocrine; Synonym(s): Boils
A localized complication of exposure to cold, causing tissue to freeze, resulting in diminished blood flow to the affected part (especially hands, face, or feet)
Folliculitis decalvans is a rare inflammatory scalp disorder of middle-aged adults, with diagnostic overlap with perifolliculitis capitis abscedens et suffodiens.
Erythema Nodosum is a delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction to infectious agents, medications, or malignancies, or in the setting of autoimmune disorders, presenting as a subcutaneous panniculitis
Currently, there are no universal diagnostic criteria for Erythema Multiforme. It was previously considered to be a spectrum of disease, consisting of EM, EM major, Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS), and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN). However, it appears to be a growing consensus that EM is a distinct condition from SJS and TEN due to the differences in clinical presentation, histopathology manifestation, patient demographics, possible etiology and pathogenesis, and treatment plan (1,2,3,4)[C].
Dyshidrosis is a skin rash (dermatitis) of which there are several different classes within the family “dyshidrosis” and strict definitions are disputed.
Seborrhoeic dermatitis is a chronic, superficial, recurrent inflammatory rash affecting sebum-rich, hairy regions of the body, especially scalp, eyebrows, and face