Our skin, which is spread over the widest area like a protector covering all organs, is also the organ most exposed to external factors. External factors such as sun, dust, harmful gases, allergens, chemicals cause the skin to be constantly affected. In addition, problems in various internal organs also affect the skin.

Many diseases are examined in the department of Dermatology (Dermatology, Skin and Venereal Diseases). Apart from this, since the skin affects the appearance of the person in cosmetic terms, many cosmetic applications (hair transplantation, hair treatments, laser hair removal, non-surgical face lift, filling procedures, botulinum toxin, sweating treatments) are also in the field of Dermatology.

Dermatological Diseases

  • Acne (acne)
  • Fungal Diseases: Tinea pedis (athlete’s foot), tinea corporis (trunk fungus), tinea unguium (nail fungus), tinea capitis (scalp fungus), tinea versicolor, vaginal fungal infections etc….
  • Bacterial and viral rash diseases (skin abscesses and other inflammatory diseases, scarlet fever, measles, rubella, chicken pox, shingles, etc.)
  • Parasitic skin diseases (head lice, body lice, scabies etc…)
  • Allergic skin diseases (acute and chronic urticaria, drug-induced skin reactions, insect bites, food allergies, sunlight-induced diseases and allergic reactions etc. ….)
  • Eczemas (Atopic eczema, contact eczema, nummular eczema, dyshidrotic eczema, seborrhoeic eczema etc…)
  • Psoriasis (Psoriasis) and similar dermatoses
  • Hair diseases (localised, diffuse, familial hair loss, scalp eczema, dandruff etc. ….)
  • Nail diseases
  • Diseases of the lips, tongue and oral cavity (recurrent aphthae, herpes, and other diseases located in the mouth…)
  • Pigmentation disorders (Sun spots, freckles, vitiligo, pregnancy-related spotting, spots after skin diseases, etc.)
  • Calluses and warts
  • Bullous (with fluid-filled blisters) diseases
  • Behcet’s disease
  • Moles (Nevus)
  • Benign and malignant tumours of the skin
  • Vascular skin diseases, leg ulcers
  • Connective tissue diseases
  • Skin manifestations of systemic diseases
  • Sebaceous gland diseases
  • Skin diseases due to metabolic and nutritional disorders
  • Skin diseases due to psychological factors
  • Childhood skin diseases due to genetic factors
  • Dermatoses due to physical factors (dermatoses due to heat and heat, dermatoses due to extreme reactions to cold, dermatoses due to mechanical causes, foreign body reactions, dermatoses due to ionising rays)

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

  • Syphilis (syphilis)
  • AIDS
  • Genital warts
  • Genital herpes infection (herpes)
  • Gonorrhoea (gonorrhoea)
  • Chlamydia and mycoplasma infections

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