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Chirurgia dermatologica

Boli cu transmitere sexuala

  • infectii cu virusul HPV (vegetatiile veneriene/condiloame);
  • herpes genital;
  • uretrite;
  • candidoze;
  • sifilis

Dermatoestetica

  • peeling chimic;
  • injectare fillere;
  • injectare toxina botulinica;
  • scleroterapie ( tratament eficient pentru micile dilatatii venoase de la nivelul membrelor inferioare);

Dermatoalergologie

Dermatopediatrie


Atopic dermatitis
Atopic dermatitis represents a dermatological condition which causes modification of the tegument that results in dryness, redness, itch, and the apparition of scales. It is most common among new-borns, children and adults. The cause is not completely understood yet, although the hereditary factors seem to play an important role. Among the majority of the people, the atopic dermatitis is caused by a dysfunction located in the epidermis, which represents the barrier...
Acne
Acne is an inflammatory affliction of the pilosebaceous follicle. There are 4 events that may cause the occurrence of the lesions: - blockage in the hair follicle caused by corneocytes (cutaneous cells) and sebum  -sebum hypersecretion  -the presence of Propionibacterium acnes bacteria (this is normally found on the skin)  -the inflammation that leads to the breakage of the follicle and to the apparition of the...
Acne-caused scars 
The scars that result from severe forms of acne may be stigmatizing to any person due to the visible imperfections of the skin. Early care for acne is the best method to avoid and minimise the apparition of the scars. there is no form of treatment that can entirely remove the damage the acne has caused; therefore, multimodal approach is usually...
Hyperhidrosis 
Hyperhidrosis is a common condition that manifest through excessive sweating and this can have a huge social, emotional and professional impact. This affliction is caused by hypersecretion of the sweat glands, that leads to producing more sweat than it would normally be needed for body thermoregulation. In most of the cases this condition is a chronical (idiopathic) one. However, other medical causes (tuberculosis, HIV, endocarditis, lymphoma, pheochromocytoma, hyper thyroiditis) or medicine that can determine...
Hive 
Hive is a common affliction and its symptoms include papules and light pink oedematous plaques, highly pruritic that are sometimes accompanied by angioedema. Some triggering factors are: medicine, food, insect stings, infections, especially when it comes to acute hive.  In chronic hive although, in most of the cases, the underlying cause remains unknown.  The lesions this affliction causes are raised, highly pruritic and sometimes have a pale centre. Angioedema manifests through oedema...
Melasma
Melasma is an affliction that manifests through the apparition of brownish  skin areas and they are most frequently located on the face. This is most common among pregnant women and women who are taking birth control pills, individuals that display type III and type IV phototype, individuals that live in sunny areas around the world, individuals that suffer from thyroid dysfunction, individuals that are undergoing anti-epileptic medical treatment.  The...
Seborrheic dermatitis 
Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronical recurrent affliction that manifest through redness, squames and itch. It occurs on areas with a higher density of sebaceous glands (scalp, face, antherior and postherior thorax). Seborrheic dermatitis can occur among children as well, frequently localised on the scalp (cradle cap), face and diaper area.  Which are the symptoms? Among adults this affliction manifests through redness, oily looking scaly...
Onychomycosis 
Onychomycosis represents a fungal infection that is localized on the nail. This affliction causes nail fragility, whitish, yellowish or brownish colour. It is most commonly localized on the toe nails, and it starts to gradually spread from the big toe nail to the other ones. Fungi develop best in moist and warm areas. People that often go swimming or the ones that suffer from plantar...
Rosacea 
Rosacea is a chronical affliction that manifests through redness and papules on the cheeks, nose, chin or eyelids. This disease occurs mostly among adults with ages between 30 and 60 years.  Symptoms can include raised red lesions, with or without puss (they can resemble acne), telangiectasia (small blood vessels that are visible on the surface of the skin), burning sensation and a feeling that...
Vitiligo
Vitiligo is a pre-existing skin depigmentation and this affliction affects about 1% of the population. Vitiligo-caused depigmentation results from an autoimmune process that works against melanocytes.   The exact cause of vitiligo is not known yet. The genetic factor plays an important role in individuals who display this affliction. The age when this disease occurs more frequently is located somewhere between the...
Allergological patch testing
When is patch testing required?  An allergological patch test is used by the dermatologists and alergollogists on patients that suffer from dermatitis and on the ones in whose cases there is a suspicion that the cause of dermatitis might be an allergen.  What substances am I being tested for?   There are plenty of substances that can be used for an allergological patch test. A list...