Medical Dermatology

The Medical Dermatology

CLINIC SKIN SOLUTIONS is a centre for all medical skin diseases. society is working for improving the care of patients whose suffering from skin diseases specially like Eczema, Skin allergy etc, Dr Charu is one of specialist doctor for skin diseases.

Whether you go the conventional or homeopathic route, it is important to seek a qualified professional. Different patients may find that different treatments work better or worse for them. Help is at hand, so don't be afraid to ask questions and seek a second opinion if you feel a particular treatment isn't working for you.

Different Type of skin diseases

Urticaria Hives is an allergic skin condition characterised by reddish raised itchy patches on the skin. It has many causes like drugs, food products and preservatives, infections and infestations, aeroallergens .Hives can also be caused by physical factors like pressure, cold, heat, stress. Endocrine and autoimmune disorders are common association. Management involves a battery of tests to find cause and association. Antihistamines are the first line of therapy.

Atopic Dermatitis Is a chronic relapsing, itchy condition of the skin. It is an itch which rashes. May be associated with allergic rhinitis or asthma. It has itchy eczematous patches on skin.

It is divided into 3 phases

  • Infantile phase
  • Childhood phase
  • Adult phase

The diagnosis is clinical. The treatment modalities are hydration , moisturisers, immunomodulators. Phototherapy is promising treatment.

Eczema General term used for “dermatitis” inflammation of the skin. Many types and forms, may be acute, sub acute or chronic, according to cause

  • Contact irritant dermatitis
  • Contact allergic dermatitis
  • Discoid eczema
  • Seborrhic dermatitis
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Neurodermatitis

The treatment depends on the cause. In This treatment we aimed at reducing those annoying dry itchy patches, the inflammation and the redness.

The most common treatments for eczema include prescribed emollients for the skin and topical corticosteroid creams. These treatments aim at reducing those annoying dry itchy patches, the inflammation and the redness. Antihistamines can also be prescribed if there is a hypersensitivity or allergic cause to your flare-ups. A good dermatologist (opens in a new window) may also recommend avoiding exposure to known skin irritants, such as certain detergents and cosmetic products, so look for products aimed at sensitive skin.

Skin Infections Can be caused by bacteria, viruses and fungi. They are common in all age groups but more common in immunocompromised patients. Treatment therapy is mainly anti microbial and supportive.

Sexually transmitted diseases Management involves an extensive history taking , clinical assessment, laboratory investigations. Treatment is specific to cause and supportive local therapy. Counselling is a major part of STD management.

Psoriasis An autoimmune disease which presents as reddish raised scaly patches. Commonly involves scalp, elbow, knees, palms and soles, although generalized forms are also seen. Various treatment modalities are present which need to be individualised according to the patients depending on age sex type and extent of Involvement, treatment are below.

  • Topical corticosteroids
  • Rretinoids
  • Emollients
  • Tar/urea
  • Vitamin D analogues
Systemic therapy
  • Retinoids
  • Phototherapy & photo chemotherapy

Vitiligo Is a distressing disease of the skin characterised by white patches of the skin. There is loss of pigment cells of the skin called melanocytes. It may occur in various distributions like – generalised, localised, acral, segmental. In certain cases it is progressive while in others it is stationary. Screening of patient for other autoimmune diseases like thyroid disorders, psoriasis, lichen planus, alopecia areat should be done. Treatment of vitiligo is indivisualised by the dermatologist according to patients age, sex, extent and distribution and progression of the disease. Medical management

  • Topical and oral immunomodulators
  • Phototherapy & photochemotherapy
Surgical management
  • Melanocyte transfer
  • Split skin grafting
  • Blister grafting