Bacteria Infections are single-celled microorganisms that thrive in many different types of environments.
Conditions We Treat in Dermatology
What is a birthmark? What causes birthmarks? Read on for the answers to these questions, and more – with Children’s Health
Bullous Disorders are a rare skin condition that causes large, fluid-filled blisters on areas of skin.
Dermal Nodules and Tumors includes Granuloma Annulare, Keloids, Mycosis Fungoides and Pyogenic Granuloma.
Disorders of Hair & Nails includes Alopecia Areata, Onychomycosis, Telogen Effluvium and Twenty Nail Dystrophy.
Disorders of pigmentation is skin that is discolored, blotchy, or darker or lighter than normal. They occur when the body produces too little (hypopigmentation) or too much (hyperpigmentation) melanin.
Panniculitis is a condition that causes red, painful bumps to develop on the fat layer just beneath the skin. Learn more about this condition.
Pruritis (itchy skin) makes a child want to scratch their skin, which can lead to bleeding or infection. Learn more about this condition.
Sun allergy is a term often used to describe a number of conditions in which an itchy red rash occurs on skin that's been exposed to sunlight.
Skin Thickenings includes Morphea.
A chronic skin eruption characterized by hardening and thickening of the skin with the accentuation of normal skin markings.
Pediatric eczema is red, itchy rash that develops on a child’s body in response to food or other irritants. Learn more about common triggers.
Fungi are microorganisms characterized by a substance in their cell wall called chitin.
Dermatitis is a general term that describes an inflammation of the skin.
Nevi are lesions are commonly named birthmarks or beauty marks. Nevi are benign by definition.
A lesion describes an injury or infection on the penis and can impact a boy at any age. Learn more about the causes and symptoms.
Vascular disease is an abnormal condition of the blood vessels.
A viral infection can be in different places in the body, some viruses are mainly in the intestine, while others prefer the lungs and airways.
Xanthomas are fatty growths that develop under the skin due to an underlying medical condition. Learn more about this condition.
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