Dermatology

DERMATOLOGY Dermatology, also known as skin diseases among people, plays an effective role in the diagnosis and treatment of skin appendages (hair, nails, sweat glands), mucous areas such as the inside of the mouth and sexually transmitted diseases in addition to skin.

Dermatology

Infectious diseases, hair and nail diseases, neoplastic diseases, skin findings of some metabolic-systemic diseases are the area of expertise of this department.

Some of the diseases are as the following;

  • Pimples (acne)
  • Pruritus (itching)
  • Urticaria (Hives)
  • Parasitic skin diseases (Lice, scab, etc.)
  • Fungal diseases (nails, feet, hands, body, genital area, scalp, etc.)
  • Eczema disorders (contact eczema, seborrheic eczema, atopic dermatitis, etc.)
  • Psoriasis, lichen and similar dermatitis
  • Hair diseases (dandruff, scalp eczema, genetic hair loss, etc.)
  • Behcet’s disease

 

  • Bullous diseases
  • Pigmentation disorders (sunspots, vitiligo, freckles etc.)
  • Infectious / contagious rash diseases (scarlet fever, rubella, chicken pox, shingles, etc.)
  • Allergic skin diseases (insect bites, food allergies, drug allergies, etc.)
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (Infectious diseases such as genital warts, herpes, syphilis)
  • Sun allergy
  • Hirsutism (excessive hair growth)
  • Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
  • Calluses and warts
  • Moles
  • Nail diseases
  • Lip, tongue and intraoral diseases (canker sores, herpes and other diseases occurring in the mouth)
  • Skin diseases related to nutritional and metabolic disorders
  • Skin diseases due to psychological reasons
  • Skin findings that occur in systemic diseases
  • Genetically related skin diseases

Some of the diagnostic and treatment methods applied within the scope of dermatology can be listed as skin biopsy, allergy tests, cryotherapy, and body mole scanning.