Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue (dermatology)

Atopic dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis - acute, subacute or chronic recurrent inflammation of the epidermis and dermis, characterized by pronounced itching, has a certain age dynamics.


Toxicoderma - toxic and allergic skin diseases that occur as a result of exposure to chemicals that enter the body.

Perioral dermatitis

Periodic dermatitis develops mainly in young women. Eruptions are located around the mouth, rarely - in the eyelids, on the cheeks in the form of erythematous spots, flat cone-shaped papules or papulo- vesicles and papulo- pustules. The rashes are covered with crusts. Often they are in groups. A characteristic feature is the presence around the mouth of a narrow band, free from rashes.

Allergic contact dermatitis

Contact allergic contact dermatitis occurs in patients in response to an optional stimulus (allergen), to which there is an increased sensitivity.

Simple contact dermatitis

Simple (contact) dermatitis is characterized by the onset of the lesion solely at the site of exposure to the irritating factor, the lack of sensitization and the tendency to disseminate and spread around the periphery of the focus.