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Temperature Urticaria

Temperature urticaria is an allergic urticaria dermatosis that occurs as a response to the action of a temperature factor. The main clinical symptoms are itching and hyperemia, against which monomorphic blisters appear, existing for no more than 24 hours. Rashes may be accompanied by fever, headache, prodromal phenomena, intoxication. Temperature urticaria is diagnosed on the…

Subcorneal Pustular Dermatitis

Subcorneal pustular dermatitis is a rare chronic skin pathology of unclear etiology, characterized by bullous–pustular rashes. It is clinically manifested by the appearance of erythema, against which small flictenes with acantholytic cells inside and a red border around the perimeter are formed. The elements have clear boundaries and are prone to grouping. They are localized on…

Streptococcal Impetigo

Streptococcal impetigo (contagious impetigo) is a contagious skin disease of streptococcal etiology, manifested by a rash in the form of small bubbles (flickten) with a hyperemic edematous base. Bubbles tend to increase and merge, after their resolution, pinkish spots remain on the skin for a while. Diagnosis of streptococcal impetigo includes examination, dermatoscopy, skin pH…

Streptococcal Skin Infections

Streptococcal skin infections is a dermatological disease that is caused by highly virulent streptococci and is characterized by the development of serous inflammation without suppuration. In adults, against the background of severe intoxication in the foci of bacterial reproduction, a sluggish localized or generalized inflammatory process is observed with a sharp swelling of the affected…

Liver Spots

Liver spots is a type of simple benign pigment spot that occurs under the influence of ultraviolet rays against the background of age–related metabolic disorders. It appears in elderly patients who in their youth did not protect the skin from ultraviolet radiation. It is a flat brown pigment spot with blurred borders up to 1 cm…

Staphylococcal Skin Infections

Staphylococcal skin infections is a group of pyoderma of bacterial etiology caused by microorganisms from the staphylococcus group. The symptoms of this condition and their severity vary depending on the form of the skin lesion, the type of reactivity of the body, the presence of concomitant disorders (decreased activity of immunity, skin damage). Diagnosis of…

Senile Pruritus

Senile pruritus is a type of idiopathic pruritus that develops in elderly people. Among the main causes of the problem are excessive dryness of the skin, chronic dermatoses, somatic diseases. Pathology is manifested by constant subjectively unpleasant sensations and the need for mechanical irritation of the skin for their relief. Comprehensive diagnosis requires dermatoscopy, a standard set…

Senile Keratoma

Senile keratoma is a single or multiple benign formation of the skin of elderly people, which is a rounded pigmented plaque with a diameter of up to several centimeters, covered with layers of keratinized epithelium. Senile keratoma is located on the skin of the face, neck, hands and forearms. Possible malignant degeneration of keratoma with…

Solar Dermatitis

Solar dermatitis is an inflammatory reaction of the skin, induced by sunlight and proceeding according to the type of allergic reaction. Solar dermatitis is manifested by redness and puffiness of the skin, the appearance of rashes on it by the type of urticaria. The disease can recur, acquire a chronic course, transform into eczema. In…

Sunburn

Sunburn is a redness of the skin caused by its defeat by sunlight. The condition is caused by the action of the ultraviolet radiation spectrum and can develop not only when exposed to the sun, but also artificial sources of ultraviolet light. Sunburn is manifested by hyperemia of skin areas that have been exposed to radiation.…