Skin Diseases

Our internal organs of the body are saved by skin. Our skin is actually structured in three layers, they are known as the epidermis, Dermis, and Subcutaneous tissue. Skin works as shield against the parasites and the bacteria. It produces vitamin D, shows the signs of drug, alcohol and stress abuse, leaves marks and shows symptoms of diseases like chickenpox and jaundice. Taking a good care of your skin is not only gives you a young look but at the same time it also protects your body. Skin surgery is often mandatory to rebuild deformities caused by burns or injury.Skin grafts are also done to hide the aging effects that tell on skin.

Disorders in Skin:

Stevens Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal neurolysis skin diseases are deadly skin diseases known to be the results of reaction to drugs. it is caused by bacterial infection sometimes. The disorders cause pain and anxiety; it's worthwhile to take proper medical advice on the onset of the disease before it goes to any secondary infection. Stevens Johnson syndrome can sometimes starts with normal cold, headache, fever and cough. This is often followed by red rashes all over the body which begin to form blisters around the mouth, eyes and vaginal area.

The mucous membrane inflames and toxic epidermal neurolysis affect the skin peeling it away in sheets. Hair and nails can also tear off in the process. With Toxic epidermal neurolysis the infection spreads to the exposed areas. Skin starts looking burnt because of this disease.


This is a long lasting skin disorder, characterized by open sores in the skin which becomes covered with white scales and forms patches of dead skin in the back, legs, arms, chest, scalp and nails.

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