Eczema and Dermatitis are interchangeable terms, a complex, chronic, and recurrent inflammatory itchy skin disorder.
Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune inflammatory skin disorder that causes skin inflammation and increases the rate of cell proliferation leading to thick and scaly skin.
Skin infection may affect different layers of skin depending on the type of organisms and severity of the infection.
Urticaria appears as wheal/hives and redness typically accompanied by itchiness and resolved within 24 hours.
A dermatologist should check lumps and bumps that appear on or underneath the skin.
Skin cancer occurs due to prolonged UV radiation, genetic predisposition, physical and chemical contact, immunosuppression, drugs, chronic infection, and inflammation.
Drug eruption or adverse cutaneous drug reaction is a complication of drug therapy that may increase the risk of morbidity and mortality.
In an autoimmune pigmentary disorder, pigment-producing cells destroyed by autoantibodies result in pale white patches over the affected area.
The appearance of nails changes. Indicates whether it is a dermatological-related condition.
A connective tissue disease is a group of clinical disorders involving the protein-rich tissue supporting organs and other body parts
STI/STD or previously known as venereal disease, are infections that are caused by bacteria, viruses, or parasites.