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dermatologist in Delhi - Dermatologist In Delhi Offers Counselling And Relief In Skin Problems

Dermatologist In Delhi Offers Counselling And Relief In Skin Problems

Most people would surprise at the fact that skin is the biggest organ of human body! This is true and it has been vested with very significant purpose of offering the protection against the pathogens besides facilitating the perspiration and other activities. Broadly speaking, skin acts as the buffer with the external environment. Significantly enough,… Read more

dermatologist in Delhi - Tinea capitis

Tinea capitis

Tinea capitis (scalp ringworm) is the term used by Dermatologists to describe a fungal infection of the scalp caused by dermatophyte species. Infections may be passed from person to person (so-called anthropophilic, in which man is the primary host) or acquired from animal (zoophilic). This is a common problem encountered to skin specialist in Delhi…. Read more

dermatologist in Delhi - Syringomata


Syringomata are benign appendageal tumors of the intraepidermal eccrine sweat duct which have a characteristic histologic apperance. Accordind to Dermatologist in delhi The typical clinical presentation is of individual skin or tan- colored papules, with a rounded or flat surface, 1-5 mm in diameter. Single tumors can occurs, but more commonly they are multiple and… Read more

dermatologist in Delhi - Molluscum Contagiosum

Molluscum Contagiosum

Molluscum contagiosum (MC) is a common self-limiting poxvirus infection of the skin and occasionally mucous membranes. Lesions occurs in children, usually on the trunk and body folds, and in young adults, if sexually transmitted, in the genital region. They typically present as multiple 1-10 mm diameter discrete, pearly-white or flesh coloured umbilicated papules. They may… Read more

dermatologist in Delhi - Bullous Pemphigoid

Bullous Pemphigoid

Bullous pemphigoid (BP) is an autoimmune subepidermal blistering disease that mainly affets elderly patients, although childhood cases do occur. Its very challanging condition for dermatologists. Subepidermal blistering is mediated by activation of complement and release of tissue- destructive proteases following IgG autoantibody complex formation with hemidesmosomal antigens BPAg1 (BP230) and BPAg2 (BP180 or collagen xvII)…. Read more

dermatologist in Delhi - Miliaria


Miliaria is a benign, transient disorder caused by occulusion in the eccrine duct. Dermatologist in Delhi subdivid into miliaria rubra, miliaria crystallina, and miliaria profunda, based on the level of obliteration. Miliaria rubra (‘prickly heat’) is very common complaint to the Dermatologists and among all variety, the most common, presenting as numerous pruritic non-follicular papules… Read more

dermatologist in Delhi - Viral Warts: Common Skin Lesions

Viral Warts: Common Skin Lesions

Warts are very common skin infection come to any skin clinic. It is typified as the benign proliferative lesions of the skin which can vary in forms, and have diverse locations in the human body. Etiopathogenesis of Viral Warts Human papilloma virus (HPV) is a double-stranded DNA virus, that belongs to a family of papillomaviridae… Read more

dermatologist in Delhi - Acne Vulgaris

Acne Vulgaris

Acne vulgaris is one of the most common dermatologic disorders encountered in everyday clinical practice. It is a disease of the sebaceous follicle, primarily the pilosebaceous units located on the face, chest, and back. Inflammatory and non- inflammatory lesions presents with highly variable morphologies. Specific Investigations None are required routinely. Consider microbiology to exclude Gram-… Read more


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