(What is acne?...How to rid of acne) Acne should be treated as a medical skin condition because of all the physical medical side effects as well as the mental side effects that comes with having acne. It may seem like theres many different types of acne but it can be broken down into three easy categories. The first group and most common is mild acne which consist mostly of whiteheads and blackheads. Both are the easiest to treat out of the acne groups. These are your basic acne which just appears after having a clogged pore.
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Another symptom that happens in lupus but come and goes with rest of symptom is hair loss, which means their hair fall out in patches or the hair become thinner across the head. The person’s nails can start to crack or fall off, change in color to blue or reddish spot at the base, which is in the nail bed, in result of inflamed small blood vessels... ... middle of paper ... ... of where to find more information about lupus online. I personally found a few that I liked and used as my source. The website liked using because it comes from a good reputable source http://www.webmd.com/lupus/guide/understanding-lupus-basics explains what lupus is and what kind there are. It gives a guide and information about lupus from facts to symptoms to diagnosis and test to treatments and care to living to supports and resources.
Abnormal moles feel hard, itchy, and begin to bleed. Other ones may change in diameter ( some become larger than six millimeters); Thus they are considered dangerous. Finally, red and brown patches on the skin can develop anywhere in the body and especially appear in the neck and face area ( areas most exposed to the sun). ( Skin cancer, symptoms, management, and treatment, 2000,p.1) In the final analysis, scientists and doctors have given people many “tips” for avoiding skin cancer. These “tips” can be summarized in the following points .
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What causes acne? Acne vulgaris, the medical term for common acne; is the most common skin disease. It is so common that nearly eighty-five percent of the population will develop some form of acne at some time between the ages of twelve and twenty-five years. Although there are several theories about what causes acne, medical doctors generally agree that acne is a by-product of hormonal changes in the body. At puberty (that period of life when a child develops secondary sex characteristics), increased levels of androgens (normally referred to as the male hormone) cause the sebaceous glands to produce to much sebum.
These lesions flake easily, but removing these patches can cause the tender skin below to bleed. In the Guttate type, small, individual, red drops form. This type does not have as much scaling as plaque psoriasis. The drops usually clear up on their own, but may also reappear as a different form of psoriasis, usually plaque. Inverse psoriasis usually occurs in places where the skin folds, such as the genitals, breasts, armpits or the backs of knees.
It can be life threatening because it can cause a pulmonary embolism PolyarteritisNodosa Ployarteritisnodosa is an inflammatory disease of the small to medium sized arteries. Many systems including the skin, central nervous system, heart, kidneys and intestinal tract. It is commonly associated with hepatitis B but the cause is usually unknown.. Symptoms vary however, fever, night sweats, weight loss, fatigue, and muscle and joint aches are normal. Treatment depends on how serious the case is.