Category: <span>Skin Care 2</span>

An epidermal nevus is a non cancerous overgrowth of the epidermis. Human skin has three layers, epidermis is the outermost layer. At least in 50 percent of cases the lesion develops at birth or may develop later usually in the …

Livedo reticularis is a condition characterized by typical net like blotchy reddish blue to purple net like pattern on skin. Livedo reticularis is of two types; primary or idiopathic and secondary. The symptoms of both these types are similar. The …

Lichen planus is a chronic inflammatory disease of unknown etiology involving the skin and mucus membrane. The cutaneous and mucus membrane variety is most common. The typical skin rash commonly appears on the flexor surface of hands and legs and …

There are three different types of sweat glands in human body, namely the apocrine gland, eccrine gland and sebaceous glands. Hidradenoma of skin is a tumor originating from apocrine or eccrine sweat gland of skin. It is a benign solitary …

Pityriasis lichenoides chronica is mild but chronic rare skin disease characterized by persistent red papular eruptive lesions with white scales. It is a benign skin lesion of unknown etiology. The scaling eruptions of pityriasis lichenoides chronica develop slowly and stay …