General Practitioner. Work experience in medicine - 7 years. I consider it necessary to constantly educate myself and improve my skills, I adhere to the principles of evidence-based medicine in my work, I am guided by the well-known rule "Do no harm". My credo in life is "If you want to do something well, do it yourself."

Bromhidrosis

Bromhidrosis is an unpleasant smell of sweat that usually occurs with excessive sweating due to insufficient compliance with the rules of personal hygiene. On the other hand, bromhidrosis can be caused by the release of various substances with sweat in case of metabolic disorders, the functioning of the urinary system or the gastrointestinal tract. In…

Sweat Gland Tumors

Sweat gland tumors are a group of benign and malignant neoplasms originating from the cells of the excretory ducts of the sweat glands. Usually they are nodes in the shape of a hemisphere. Most neoplasms are characterized by slow growth and lack of tendency to ulceration (with the exception of malignant lesions). Some tumors of…

Onychomycosis

Onychomycosis is infection of toenails and hands by representatives of various classes of pathogenic and conditionally pathogenic fungal microflora. The clinical picture of onychomycosis depends on the cause that caused the mycosis. The nails affected by the fungus change color and transparency, lose smoothness, thicken, become brittle and rough, delaminate, begin to crumble. At the…

Onycholysis

Onycholysis is the most common type of acquired onychodystrophy, characterized by a violation of the connection between the nail and the nail bed while preserving the matrix. Clinically manifested by the inability of the nail plate to grow to the nail bed when separating the nail from the distal edge. With non-infectious onycholysis, the nail…

Onychodystrophy

Onychodystrophy is a change in the structure, shape, and color of nails due to abnormally occurring trophic processes, congenital or acquired. Visually, the pathology is manifested by turbidity, thinning of the nail plates, signs of transverse or longitudinal stratification, roughness, peeling, the appearance of furrows and pinpoint indentations, partial or complete destruction of the nail.…

Onychogryphosis

Onychogryphosis is a type of onychodystrophy characterized by deformation of the nail plate in the form of a griffin’s claw. Clinically, onychogrifosis is divided into two stages. The early one manifests itself in thickening of the nail, changing its transparency, staining in dirty yellow tones, curvature of the nail plate, often with ingrowth into the…

Hogweed Burns

Hogweed burns are skin lesions resulting from contact with a poisonous plant. After touching the hogweed under the influence of ultraviolet light, itchy erythema appears on the skin, and after a while burn blisters form. When inhaling essential oils, there is a sharp weakness, dizziness, fainting. Burns are diagnosed on the basis of anamnesis and…

Skin Neoplasms

Skin neoplasms are benign or malignant tumor lesions of the skin as a result of pathological proliferation of tissue cells. Benign neoplasms include warts, moles, papillomas, lipomas, angiomas, adenomas, etc. Malignant – melanoma, sarcoma, epithelioma. A special group consists of precancerous skin tumors: leukoplakia, cutaneous horn, senile keratoma, etc. Most of the skin neoplasms should…

Filiform Warts

Filiform warts is an elongated formation of elastic consistency with a size of 5-6 mm. It occurs on the skin of the face and neck, under the mammary glands and in the armpits. Filiform warts are caused by the human papillomavirus and tend to spread to neighboring areas of the body. Diagnosis is based on the…

Neurofibromatosis Type 1

Neurofibromatosis type 1 is a disease based on the development of tumors (neurofibromas) from nervous tissue, both in the central nervous system and on peripheral nerves. The symptoms depend on the location of the tumors. The earliest and most typical sign of the disease are pigmented spots larger than 1.5 cm. Diagnosis is carried out…