Malignant melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, as it has the potential to spread to other parts of the body. This form of cancer in skin pigment cells is often caused by the sun’s ultraviolet ray.
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Genital herpes is caused by a contagious virus called herpes simplex and is very common. The disease is very common, about one-third of all adults have at some point been infected by the virus.
An Epidermal cyst is a sebaceous cyst that occurs when the outlet to a sebaceous gland is clogged (blocked pore). As the gland continues to produce sebum (sebum), it gradually forms a lump under the skin.
Oral Mucocele is a painless swelling around or in the mouth. They are usually caused by excessively biting or sucking the cheek or lower lip. However, the cause is unknown in most cases.
Explore comprehensive information on Actinic Prurigo, a chronic skin condition affecting sun-exposed areas. Learn about symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, and prevention strategies. Ideal for those seeking initial guidance or a second opinion
Keratosis pilaris is a genetic skin condition marked by rough, red bumps. These bumps of actually dead skin cells, caused by a buildup of keratin – a skin protein – which traps hair follicles
Pearly Penile Papules also called, Hirsuties coronae glandis, are small harmless skin tags that sit on the glans edge in 30% of all males. Not to be confused with genital warts
Median nail dystrophy is a split in the midline of the nail starting at the cuticle. The condition usually affects the thumb. It results from a temporary defect that interferes with nail formation.
Explore Angular Cheilitis causes, symptoms, and treatments. First Derm’s guide helps you understand and manage this common oral condition
Learn about swimmer’s itch, a skin rash caused by parasites in water. Find out the symptoms, causes, treatment & prevention of this condition.
Verruca vulgaris (common warts) is a benign growth caused by viral infection. Warts are very common among children of school age, but anyone can be infected. They are contagious through skin contact and by damp towels or wet floors in showers and changing rooms.
Skin abscesses are collections of pus in the skin and are caused by a response from your body’s defenses. It is triggered when your immune system tries to kill germs that get under the skin or in the oil glands.