Atopic dermatitis is considered a chronic inflammation of the skin influenced by both internal and external factors, including immunological alterations, skin hyperreactivity and alteration of the skin barrier.
Medical treatment includes specific moisturizers, medicines to improve the itching, ointments and / or oral remedies to reduce the inflammation of the skin, as well as treatment of some infections that may arise due to the greater susceptibility of these patients to Atopic Dermatitis.
This is a contagious viral infection, extremely common in childhood, especially in children with allergic tendencies.
Molluscum infection manifests as small skin-colored pellets with a depressed center.
The most effective treatment is the removal of the lesions individually.
Warts are considered benign lesions of the skin. They can occur on virtually any region of the body.
Warts appear as verrucous surface lesions located mainly on fingers, in the region near the nails, and on the soles of the feet.
Warts are caused by the human papilloma virus and are quite frequent in childhood and adolescence.
It is important to know that most warts will disappear spontaneously without leaving a scar. However, they can take years to disappear and cause great discomfort and complexes in people suffering from this condition.
Pediculosis Capitis (Lice)
Pediculosis Capitis (lice) is a parasitic disease, common in children of school age, caused by the louse Pediculus Humanus Capitis, which lives in the hair and feeds on the blood of the host.
The treatment of pediculosis capitis can vary, from the use of medicated shampoos through to oral medication.
Diaper rash is an irritation caused to the baby by prolonged skin contact with urine and stool.
This prolonged contact leads to changes in the bacterial flora and the pH of the skin, which leads not only to irritation of the contact area, but also to over infection by other microorganisms such as fungi.
The use of specific moisturizers and creams is essential for adequate treatment. Consult a dermatologist for effective treatment.
Scabies, also known as mange, corresponds to a cutaneous parasitosis caused by a mite, the Sarcoptes Scabiei.
This condition is characterized by an extremely pruritic rash, which worsens at night.
The most frequently affected sites are the fingers, fists, flexor area of the elbows, armpits and the area near the navel. In children and babies, it is common to find lesions on the neck, palms and soles of the feet and hands.
The treatment of scabies can vary from the use of specific creams to that of oral medication.