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GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

Tinea Versikolor

Tinea Versikolor

Tinea versicolor (pityriasis versicolor) is a fungal infection of the skin, which usually occurs as a skin color, open or rarely dark colored spots on the body, back and arms, which is a result of an increase in the number of fungus species normally livin

Foot Mushroom (Tinea Pedis)

Foot Mushroom (Tinea Pedis)

Tinea Pedis (athlete's foot); It is the superficial infection of the feet with fungi called Dermatophytes. It is a disease usually seen in men after adolescence. What are the symptoms of Foot fungus (Tinea Pedis)? Dry, white colored crusting, t

Tinea İnguinalis

Tinea İnguinalis

It is a fungal infection that causes symptoms such as redness, itching and dandruff caused by dermatophyte-type fungi in the groin area. How does a fungal infection occur in the groin? It is caused by infected people, animals or soil to spread throu

Callus

Callus

Calluses are hard, thickened areas of the skin, usually seen on feet and hands exposed to friction or pressure. Repetitive formation occurs naturally in order to help protect the underlying tissues due to minor trauma and pressure. Causes of Nasir:

Pruritus

Pruritus

Itching is an unhealthy feeling that makes people very uncomfortable and leaves them in difficult situations in society. Itching When severe, it can lead to insomnia, tension and depression. Itching; sometimes a skin disease, sometimes a symptom of intern

Genital Wart

Genital Wart

What is genital warts? It is a sexually transmitted infection caused by human papilloma virus (HPV). It is seen in 1-2% of people between the ages of 15-49. HPV has more than 100 types and about half of them can cause genital warts. What are the sym

Skin dryness

Skin dryness

Skin dryness (xerosis) Skin dryness (xerosis) is not a very serious condition; It can cause complaints such as itching, wrinkling, exfoliation. As the age progresses, a more dry and less oily skin begins to develop, so skin dryness is more common in th

Ringworm (Alopecia Areata)

Ringworm (Alopecia Areata)

What is SAÇKIRAN (ALOPESİ AREATA)? Ringworm; It is an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss on hairy skin, eyebrows, eyelashes and body covered areas. It is generally seen in young children and adolescents. Although the exact cause of ringworm dise

Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic eczema (dermatitis); is a recurrent skin disease which is more common in young children with skin dryness, rashes and itching, and with occasional exacerbations and improvements. Most individuals with atopic eczema have a history of allergic diseas

Allergic Skin Diseases and Allergy Tests

Allergic Skin Diseases and Allergy Tests

Allergy can be considered an abnormal response of the immune system. Defense mechanisms in the blood in our body; recognizes foreign substances in the body and tries to eliminate their harmful effects. The immune mechanism of allergic structures; develops

Mouth Wounds

Mouth Wounds

What is a mouth wound? Mouth sores; cheeks, inner lips of the lip, tongue, gums and oval or round, sometimes with irregular edges, can be red or dirty white-gray in the ground, eating, chewing, causing pain during speech, directly affect the person

Nail fungus

Nail fungus

Nail fungus Nail fungus; It is an infection of the hands or toenails with fungal germs. It causes thickening of the hand or toenails, color and shape changes and breakage. Nail fungus can cause several different types of fungi. Mushrooms develop in the

Allergy Tests

Allergy Tests

Allergy tests are diagnostic tests to reveal allergens that trigger complaints in allergic skin diseases. Because of the different reaction mechanisms that cause allergic diseases, the appropriate tests are determined by your dermatologist. The most

Urticaria (Hives)

Urticaria (Hives)

Urticaria (hives) is a common disease characterized by redness, swelling and itching attacks on the skin, which may appear and disappear in a short time. What is angioedema? Angioedema is a form of urticaria, which manifests itself in deeper parts o

Vitiligo

Vitiligo

What is VITILIGO (ALACA DISEASE)? Vitiligo is a skin disorder of unknown origin, where white areas of pigment loss are seen. Most parts of the body, including the face, lips, hands, arms, legs and genital areas, may be affected. It is seen in 1% of the

Contact Dermatitis (Eczema)

Contact Dermatitis (Eczema)

WHAT IS EXHAUST? Common eczema (dermatitis); in fact, a group of diseases that occur in different ways is the general name. It usually develops as a red rash, scaling, cracking and fluid collection. If left untreated, eczema may become a chronic diseas

Psoriasis (Psoriasis)

Psoriasis (Psoriasis)

Psoriasis (Psoriasis) Psoriasis is a chronic disease that is common in the community and persists with exacerbations. Lesions; It is seen as sharp redness, redness with the name of psoriasis (silver) color on the disease. What are the causes of psor

Seborrheic Eczema

Seborrheic Eczema

Seborrheic eczema; more scalp skin, face, eyebrows, nose edge, cheeks, in the inner and outer parts of the ear, on the pink-colored red areas of yellow oily dandruff is an eczema. What is the cause of Seborrheic Extraction? Such eczema; Malaszesia,

Roza Disease

Roza Disease

The nose, chin, forehead and cheeks, especially the face of the middle part of the face, starting with redness and burning attacks, then the acne, permanent redness, increased capillaries, skin edema and swelling is a chronic skin disease that causes appe

Chickenpox

Chickenpox

Chickenpox (varicella) is a type of infectious disease caused by varicella zoster virus (VZV), manifested by itchy red rashes, fatigue and fever. Chickenpox rashes first appear on the trunk and face. The disease is mostly seen in children.

Herpes

Herpes

Herpes simplex infection (Herpes); It is a viral infection which can develop in almost all parts of the body, with clear water filled bubbles and subsequent crustal wound formation. There are 2 types of herpes simplex virus. Type 1 often presents with

Shingles

Shingles

After childhood chicken pox disease; Viruses called VZV are located in the root regions of the nerves and remain silent. With the decrease of body resistance, silent viruses are reactivated and cause pain in the skin in the region where they are located.

Wart

Wart

What is Wart (Verrü)? Wart; Human papillomavirus (HPV) - Human papillomavirus - is a benign skin growth caused by the virus, which is known to infect the upper layer of the skin. It can be seen in the hands and feet, but it can occur in the whole body.

Fungal diseases

Fungal diseases

Fungi are small organisms that grow in the skin and under the nails and can only be seen by microscope. These organisms are found all around us, especially in shoes and slippers, in towels, in the garden, at home, in public showers, gymnasiums, steps in

Skin Cancers

Skin Cancers

Your skin; Please consult your dermatologist for the diagnosis of skin cancer. Basal Cell Cancer Basal cell carcinoma is the most common but least dangerous skin cancer. Often, people with light skin appear in the most exposed areas of the sun. This

Moles (Melanocytic Nevus)

Moles (Melanocytic Nevus)

What is it? The moles are usually harmless color changes of the skin. I have; They are also known as melanocytic nevi and are caused by the proliferation of pigment cells called melanocytes. I have; pigmented macules, papules or nodules, and can be

Acne and Acne Treatment

Acne and Acne Treatment

Acne; It is a skin disease with inflammation of the sebaceous glands in the hair root. Acne (acne) is most commonly seen in adolescence. Acne is often seen on the face, back, chest, arms, shoulders and buttocks. Acne; men are more severe than women. Most