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Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a disease characterized by the appearance of depigmentation areas (white spots) on the skin, their gradual growth and fusion. The hair on the affected areas is also devoid of pigment. The disease mainly causes cosmetic inconveniences. Aggravation of the disease and sunburn of depigmented areas with prolonged insolation are Disease begins with the…

Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis

Epidermodysplasia verruciformis is an HPV–associated skin lesion characterized by multiple warty rashes. The main foci are located on the face, hands, forearms, shins, soles, in the perineum. The elements are represented by flat warts covered with a horny mass of gray-black color. Diagnostic criteria are histological examination data, a positive PCR test for etiologically significant serotypes…

Verrucous Nevus

Verrucous nevus is a pigmented formation, which is a warty growth towering over the skin. Verrucose nevus has a bumpy surface consisting of individual lobules (looks like cauliflower); dark color. Unlike melanoma-threatening nevi, it is characterized by slow growth, is not prone to ulceration and bleeding. To differentiate verrucous nevus from other skin neoplasms allows…

Vegetative Pemphigus

Vegetative pemphigus is one of the clinical forms of pemphigus characterized by the formation of small growths (vegetations) at the bottom of erosion after opening the bubble. The features of the disease include the location of the process in the skin folds and in the area of the body’s natural openings. Vegetative pemphigus is an…

Bullous Ichthyosis

Bullous ichthyosis is an extremely rare form of genodermatosis, which is characterized by excessive keratinization processes, the formation of numerous blisters, yellow—brown scales. The disease is caused by an autosomal dominant type of inheritance. Skin changes include bullae, weeping erosions, foci of hyperkeratosis, palmar-plantar keratodermia. Diagnosis of the disease involves the examination of skin biopsies,…

Bullous Dermatitis

Bullous dermatitis is an inflammatory lesion of the skin with the formation of fluid—filled bubbles on it. Most often, bullous dermatitis occurs as a result of skin contact with some aggressive environmental factor. However, it can be a symptom of other dermatological diseases, a consequence of metabolic and endocrine disorders, or a manifestation of genetic…

Bromoderma

Bromoderma is a type of medicinal dermatosis caused by the accumulation of bromine in tissues and increased sensitivity to its compounds. The symptoms of the disease have some variability. There are several clinical forms, in general, skin manifestations are reduced to the development of rashes, pustules or plaques. Diagnosis is made on the basis of…

Brazilian Pemphigus

Brazilian pemphigus is a chronic dermatosis from the group of cystic diseases of unknown etiology, having an endemic coloration. There are no gender and age components. The main clinical symptom is a rash of flat blisters on clinically unchanged skin. Selectivity in the localization of primary elements is not observed, a distinctive feature is the…

Tuberculosis Verruca Cutis

Tuberculosis verruca cutis is a chronic infection of the skin that occurs as a result of human contact with pathogen–infected material or with patients suffering from open forms of tuberculosis. The main symptom of the disease is the formation of a rounded purple-tinged granuloma on the back of the hands, which tends to grow, with…

Warts

Warts are a viral disease characterized by the appearance of small rounded protruding growths on the skin. There are several types of warts: ordinary – localized on the fingers, face, scalp; plantar, flat (juvenile) – located on the face, the back of the hands, pointed – more often occur in the anogenital region. Warts are…