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HEMANGIOMA

 A Hemangioma can occur anywhere on the body, but most commonly appears on the face scal[ chest or back. treatment of a hemangioma usually isn't needed, unless the nodules interface with vision or breathing. causes.  A hemangioma consists of an abnormally dense group of extra blood vessels. .it is not clear what causes the blood vessels to group together, although there may be a hereditary component involved. symptoms Hemangioma may be present at birth, but more often appears during the first several months of life. it starts out as a flat red mark anywhere on the body most often on the face, scalp chest or back. usually, a child has only one mark, but some children may have more than one, particularly if they are part of multiple births. During your child first year, the red marks grow rapidly and become a spongy mass that protrudes from the skin. the hemangioma then enters a rest phase and eventually, it began to slowly disappear. half of all hemangioma resolves by age 10.althou
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CHLOASMA

 Chloasma or melasma is patches of dark skin that appear on an area of the face exposed to the sun. causes  chloasma is a very common skin disorder. it is most common in young women with the brownish skin tone but it can affect anyone. chloasma is often associated with the female hormones estrogen and progesterone.it is common in  pregnant women  women taking birth control pills (oral contraceptives)  women taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) during menopause. being in the sun makes melasma more likely to develop  symptom  the only symptom of melasma is changing skin colour. however, this can cause stress about how you look. the skin colour changes are often an even brown colour  . They usually appear on the cheek forehead nose upper lips dark patches are usually symmetrical (matching on both sides of the face). B est homoeopathic doctor in patna  best in boring road  best doctor near me  best doctor for eczema best doctor for skin disease best doctor in dermatology  best doctor p

CELLULITIS

  C ellulitis is the bacterial infection of the skin and underlying tissues that causes redness and swelling in cellulitis an area of the skin and underlying tissues become infected to bacteria that enters through a small possible unnoticed wound. the infection causes redness, pain and swelling and most commonly affected the legs. cellulitis may lead to boils and carbuncles. causes   Elderly peoples are especially vulnerable to cellulitis because many of them have poor circulation, which leads to oedema or leg ulcers. these problems increase the risk of infection. other risk factors  for cellulitis include  intravenous drugs abusers  insects bites and stings, bites animals (skin wounds) diabetes and aids  recent cardiovascular, pulmonary (lungs), dentals or other procedure symptoms   Redness and swelling , that increases in size as the infection spreads  Warmth in the affected area in the area  Pain and tenderness in the area  Fever and chill vomiting  Joint stiffness caused by swellin

MILIA

 MILIA      are tiny white bumps or small cysts on the skin. they are almost always seen in newborn babies. causes  Milia occurs when dead skin becomes trapped in small pockets at the surfaces of the skin or mouth. they are common in newborns infants. adults may develop milia on the face. the bumps and cysts also occur on the parts of the body that are swollen (inflamed )or injured. rough sheets or clothing may irritate the skin and mild reddening around the bumps. the middle of the bumps will stay white. irritated milia are sometimes called baby acne. this is incorrect since milia are not true from acne. symptoms whitish, pearly bumps in the skin of newborn bumps that appear across the cheeks, nose and chin whitish, pearly bumps on gums, or roof of the mouth ( they may look like teeth coming through the gums. Medical Advice Try these tips to help your baby skin look its best : keep your baby's face clean. wash your baby's face daily with warm water and mild soap. Don't pin

TINEA VERSICOLOR

 P ityriasis Versicolor is along term (chronic) fungal infection of the skin. pityriasis versicolor is fairly common. it is caused by a type of fungus called ptyrosporum ovale. this fungus is normally found on human skin. it only causes a problem in a certain settings.  the condition is most common in adolescent boys and young adult men. it typically occurs in hot climates.  symptoms Have sharp borders(edges)and fine scales. Are often dark reddish to tan in colour.  Are found on the back, underarms upper arms, chests and neck. Do not darken in the sun so may appear lighter than the surrounding healthy skin. African Americans may have a loss of skin colour or an increase in skin colour.  Other Symptoms Include  increased sweating  itching B est homoeopathic doctor in patna  best in boring road  best doctor near me  best doctor for eczema best doctor for skin disease best doctor in dermatology  best doctor psoriasis  best doctor for skin complain best skin doctor for acne  best skin doct

Molluscum Contagiosum

 Molluscum Contagiosum is a relatively common viral. Infection of the skin that results in round, firm, painless bumps ranging in size from a pinhead to a pencil eraser. if the bumps are injured the infection can spread to the surrounding skin .though most common in children. molluscum contagiosum can affect adults as well - particularly those with weakened immune systems. in adults with otherwise normal immune systems, molluscum contagiosum involving the genitals is considered a sexually transmitted infection.  molluscum contagiosum spreads through direct person to person contact and through contact with contaminated objects. The bumps associated with molluscum contagiosum usually disappear within year without treatment. causes  the viral that causes molluscum contagiosum spreads easily through. direct skin to skin contact.  contact with contaminated objects such as toys towels and faucet handles.  sexual contact with an affected partner. scratching or rubbing the bumps spreads the vi

DIAPER RASH

 A diaper rash is a skin problem that develops in the area beneath an infant's diaper. CAUSES  Diaper rashes are common in babies between 4 and 15 months old. they may be noticed more when babies begin to eat solid foods. diaper rashes caused by infection with a yeast (fungus) called candida are very common in children. Candida grows best in warm, moist places, such as under diapers. symptom  Bright red rash that gets bigger. very red and scaly areas on the scrotum and penis in boys. red or scaly areas on the labia and vagina in girls pimples blisters ulcers large bumps or sores filled with pus. Medical advice  The best treatment for a  diaper rash is to keep the diaper area clean and dry. this also helps prevent new diapers wash the area with mild soap and dry thoroughly lay your baby on a towel without a diaper.  Whenever possible. the more time the baby can be kept out of a diaper, the better. Expose diaper rash to air as much as possible change your baby's diaper rash to ai