Skin Problems

Crusty Ears

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When you have crusty ears, it may cause discomforts and embarrassment. Having dry, crusty, flaky ears could mean a number of things. It may be something as simple as excess build up of earwax or some diseases such as seborrheic dermatitis. When you have crusty ears and suspect that it may be caused by some […]

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Fordyce Spots on Lips

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Fordyce spots refers to a medical condition in which granule-like bumps form on the lips or skin around the mouth. These granules appear small and pale yellow in color. Fordyce spots were first discovered by John Addison Fordyce, a dermatologist hence their name. It is not a disease as such but a medical condition, which […]

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Keratolysis Exfoliativa

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Keratolysis exfoliativa is a skin condition that manifests in the palms and hands, soles of feet, and focal surface of fingers. It is characterized by recurring focal palmar peeling. It is known in other names like exfoliative keratolysis, lamellar dyshidrosis, or recurrent palmar peeling. A person with this form of skin condition develops fair filled […]

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Indian Fire Rash

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Indian fire rash is one of the most contagious of skin infections. It is mostly diagnosed among children and infants. Red sores on the face start appearing. The mouth and the nose are the most susceptible to the rashes and are caused due to harmful bacteria that penetrate into the skin and eventually the whole […]

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