Skin Diseases

Skin Diseases

The skin is the largest organ of the body, which is in constant interaction with the external environment and completely covers the outer surface of the body. The skin becomes sick by being affected by physical interaction, allergens, climatic conditions, microbial agents and many more. There are many different skin diseases according to their causes.

Spot Treatment , Brown Skin Spots

–  Birthmark: It is a sometimes permanent, usually harmless discoloration that is often seen on the newborn baby's skin.

–  Lentigo: A sunspot that is often mistaken for freckles but has a larger appearance than freckles.

– Age Spots: It is seen with the overproduction of melanin, which gives color to the skin, with age.

–  Melasma: Black and brown spots on the skin caused by the deterioration of the skin's pigment. Melasma is caused by excessive production of the hormone melanin in the skin. Pregnancy Spot: It is caused by the excessive estrogen and progesterone hormones secreted during pregnancy. Excessive sensitivity to sun rays during pregnancy creates a stain on the skin. Sunspots: These are dark brown spots that are usually seen in dark-skinned people. It is seen on the forehead, cheeks, upper lip area, nose, chin, neck and arms exposed to the sun.

Moles on the skin

–  Skin Moles: Moles are tissues originating from melanocytes that give color to the skin. Skin moles can appear at birth as well as later. It is very important to follow up skin moles. Because changes in moles can be a sign of cancer.

–  Flesh Spot: Skin moles, which are thought to be caused by genetic factors, usually occur in folded areas of the skin such as neck, armpits, genital area, eyelids. Measles are usually seen in a different color tone from the skin color with the irregular development of the skin tissue.

Eczema and Allergy

–  Allergy Test: Substances that cause allergies in the person are determined by skin tests and blood analysis.

–  Hand Eczema: Our hands, which are in constant contact with the external environment, are the areas where eczema disease is frequently seen. Hand eczema signals dryness, redness, blistering, dandruff and watery sores.

–  Urticaria: Urticaria, known colloquially as hives, appears as raised, red and rashes on the skin. Shedding hives, which is caused by many different reasons, causes severe itching.

–  Atopic Dermatitis: Also known as eczema, it is a chronic skin condition due to many genetic and environmental factors. The barrier properties of the skin structure with atopic dermatitis are impaired for an unknown reason.

–  Contact Dermatitis: It is a skin inflammation that occurs when external substances come into contact with the skin. It is seen on the surface of the skin as itching, redness, crusting, dandruff and blisters filled with water.

Herpes Virus Infections

–  Herpes Treatment: Herpes herpes is caused by the simplex virus. Herpes usually appears as blisters around the lips. Today, there is no definitive treatment for herpes and it occurs again and again.

–  Shingles: It occurs when the varicella zoster virus, which causes chickenpox, penetrates the nervous system. Shingles is a contagious skin condition that appears as painful rashes. Shingles, which is usually seen in the elderly, develops due to the weakening of the immune system, stress and depression.

Wart Treatment

–  Wart: Although warts, which are generally seen on the face, hands and feet, are harmless in terms of health caused by the papilloma virus, it is an aesthetically disturbing skin problem.

–  Genital Wart Condyloma: Genital warts, which are seen equally in men and women, are a type of sexually transmitted infection. Genital warts are the size of a pinhead, in the form of brown bumps and have a rough structure.


It is called painful intraoral ulcers in the oral mucosa with a round, yellow, red color with white edges. Aphthae are usually caused by stress, hormonal changes, vitamin and mineral deficiencies.


Keloid is formed by the continuation of the uncontrolled healing process of skin deformities such as skin injuries, inflammation, acne, surgical cuts, grafted area, burns, insect bites, and excess tissue accumulation.

Lichen Planus

Lichen planus is an inflammatory skin disease that occurs in various parts of the body, the cause of which is unknown. Skin manifestations usually cause itching and redness.

Fungus Treatment

Fungal disease, which is very common among skin diseases, is extremely contagious infections. Fungal disease is seen on the skin, hands and feet, hair, nails, genital area, and beards in men. It is very important to pay attention to hygiene rules in order to protect against fungal disease.

Callus Treatment

Calluses, which are formed by the thickening of the hard layer of the skin surface due to pressure, are usually seen in the hands and feet. Exfoliation of the skin, a hardened layer, are among the symptoms of calluses. Callus treatment should be done by a specialist doctor in a clinical setting.

Medallion Disease

Medallion disease, also known as rosacea, is a skin disease with a rash that is often seen between the ages of 10-35. Medallion disease presents with symptoms such as stinging, burning and redness on the skin. Medallion disease, which is usually seen in the face area, can also be seen in the chest and back area.


Psoriasis, also known as psoriasis, is a chronic skin disease with no cure. In psoriasis, red layers with white scales are seen on the skin surface. Psoriasis is a skin disorder that eases in the summer months and becomes more severe in the winter months. In some periods, the red spots disappear completely. Although the cause of psoriasis is not known exactly, factors such as the immune system, stress and alcohol use affect the disease. Psoriasis is not contagious.





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