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Seborrheic keratosis

Dermatology health insurance / Seborrheic keratosis

Causes of seborrheic keratosis Seborrheic keratosis is a kind of benign epidermal hyperplasia, sometimes only a few grow, sometimes it can be present in very large numbers. The color is usually brown, but it can be observed from light brown to dark black, and the size of the lesion can...

Acne/acne treatment

Acne/acne treatment / Dermatology health insurance

Causes of Acne 1. Heredity: It is a physical problem.2. The sebaceous glands secrete vigorously: the patient’s face is of oily skin.3. Endocrine disorders: Some women describe that their acne is related to the menstrual cycle or pregnancy.4. Bacteria in the hair follicle sebaceous glands: mainly caused by the...

Eczema (contact dermatitis)

Dermatology health insurance / Eczema (contact dermatitis

Causes of eczema Eczema is inflammation of the outermost layer of the skin, the epidermis, and it is also called dermatitis. Itching is one of the clinical features. The lesions it presents are diverse changes: there are redness, swelling, accompanied by papules, or water, if the water is broken, the affected...

Urticaria

Dermatology health insurance / Urticaria treatment methods

Causes of urticaria Irregular shapes, different sizes, and very itchy lumpy swelling appeared on the skin all over the body. The swelling in each area may disappear after only a few hours, but new swelling in other areas keeps appearing. If this rash appears around the eyes or lips, it often...

Vinasse dermatitis

Dermatology health insurance / Vinasse dermatitis

How to tell if you have vinasse dermatitis? Facial blood vessels are extremely unstable and the skin barrier function is impaired Facial flushing, allergies, and even acne-like rashes or pustules occur due to external stimuli Often due to...

Atopic dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis / Dermatology health insurance

How to tell if you have atopic dermatitis? Itchy skin. Typical skin symptoms: eczema-like dermatitis or lichenified dermatitis. Infants and young children are mostly on the extended side of the face and body, while adults are mostly on...