Diseases General Health Skin Conditions

Stucco Keratosis

What is Stucco Keratosis? This is a skin disorder that has been first described in 1965. The primary characte...

Leukopenia

What is Leukopenia? Leukopenia is a medical condition in which the number of white cells in the blood decreas...

Eosinophilic Folliculitis

What is Eosinophilic Folliculitis? Eosinophilic folliculitis is a skin disease, primarily characterized by sk...

Superficial Spreading Melanoma

What is Superficial Spreading Melanoma? According to the medical literature, this is one of the most encounte...

Bromhidrosis

Bromhidrosis is also known as body odor and it is a common modification in individuals who have just gone thro...

Porokeratosis

What is Porokeratosis? Porokeratosis is a medical condition in which the process of keratinization is affecte...

Pruritus

What is Pruritus? Pruritus is an unpleasant sensation that provokes a reflex or desire to scratch to relieve ...

Crystals in Urine

Your kidneys have been given the task of filtering your blood which in turn produces urine that is made of was...

Serum Sickness

What is Serum Sickness? Serum sickness is also known as Type III hypersensitivity reaction and is described a...

Amoxicillin Rash

What is Amoxicillin Rash? This is a medication rash that a person may have it if they have an allergic reacti...

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