Dermatoses

Dermatitis (synonym rash) is the common name for various skin diseases.
To dermatoses are inflammatory diseases of skin, different dystrophy skin, benign and malignant tumors of the skin and so on, the Causes of dermatitis can be exogenous (external) and endogenous (internal).
The external causes of dermatitis include the following. Mechanical agents - long pressure, friction, bruises, etc., Physical agents - high and low temperature, exposure to ultraviolet radiation, ionizing radiation, electric current. Chemical agents, acids, alkalis and other Special importance in the development of medicine have different infectious agents that fall into the skin from the outside: bacteria, viruses, protozoa, vegetative microorganisms pathogenic fungi and animals parasites (mites, larvae gadfly, and so on), blood-sucking insects, being either a direct cause of skin diseases, or transmit to other infectious agents.
Among endogenous etiological factors are common infectious diseases such as acute (measles, scarlet fever, smallpox and other)and chronic (TB and others)
Often the causes of dermatitis are focal so-called focal infections (chronic tonsillitis, dental granulomas and others).
A significant role in the etiology of dermatoses play intoxicationcaused by taking drugs, and metabolic disorders, lack of vitamins (a, C, PP, P, complex and others), blood circulation disorders that result from functional or organic changes of vessels, and disorders of the endocrine glands. An important role in the emergence of dermatosis play organic and especially functional disorders of the peripheral and Central nervous system.
Listed endogenous factors are in some cases direct etiologic factor of dermatosis, in other because they cause disruption of the normal physiological functions of the skin is just predisposing factors contributing to the appearance of the skin lesions of other etiologies. An example is often observed furunkoulez (staph infection) in patients with diabetes (impaired carbohydrate metabolism). Finally, it should be borne in mind the possibility of hereditary transmission of some dermatoses.
Cm. also Dermatitis.

Various skin diseases are rampant in our days. The following describes the causes and clinical course most common dermatoses, modern methods of their diagnostics and treatment. Much attention is paid to the prevention of skin diseases. Medical advice may be useful to patients who suffer from dermatitis.
Section, which we offer to the reader, contains basic information about the most common dermatoses. The current manuals, textbooks, collections of almost inaccessible to the General reader, and the need for this knowledge is significant.
We will tell about such well-known medicine, as pustular skin diseases, eczema, psoriasis, acne, rashes, disease of the sebaceous and sweat glands, senile keratosis and warts, baby skin lesions and diseases that are still little known to the reader, and specialists.
In the section on the treatment of lists of simple and accessible methods and drugs, describes both personal and public methods of prevention. Important place and purpose of the diet in those or other dermatoses.

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Pustular skin diseases (piodermity)
Scabies
Lice (pediculosis)
Eczema
Dermatitis
Toksidermii and drug Allergy
The neyrodermatozov. Neurodermatitis
Psoriasis)
Acne
Senile warts
Rhinophyma
Scleroderma
Hyperhidrosis
Athlete
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In conclusion: personal hygiene - the key to prevention of skin diseases. It is necessary to strictly follow the rules of personal hygiene, each person must have their individual soap, sponge, Slippers, towel for legs, face, his scissors, its sports shoes. At detection of redness, peeling, protertoy, cracks in the field interdigital areas and skin folds, with irritation do not self-medicate, and immediately contact doctor for assistance. The sooner noticed the first signs of the disease and necessary measures taken, the sooner you can begin treatment. The vast majority of skin diseases today is fully cured. It is only necessary carefully and systematically, treatment and comply with science-based prevention.