Inflammatory Disease

Psoriasis11.jpgThis is Psoriasis, it is a chronic inflammatory disorder.This is thought to be developed by due to genetics.This common skin problem is cutaneous inflammation accompanied by scaly plaques. The scales or plaques associated with Psoriasis develop from an excessive rate of epithelial cell growth.

Eczema, also known as Atopic Dermatitis, this disorder causes the skin to become dry, itchy and inflamed. There may be oozing or a crusted appearance.
is an inflammatory skin disease characterized by comedones, papules, pustules and inflamed nodules.
Hives is an outbreak of red bumps or patches called wheals on the skin. These bumps appear suddenly anywhere on the body and are usually accompanied with an intense itch. If hives are accompanied by dizziness, wheezing, difficulty breathing, tightness in chest, or swelling of the tongue, lips or face, seek immediate medical attention. These symptoms may be a sign of a serious (anaphylactic) reaction.
Occupation refers to job related; dermatitis meaning inflammation of the skin. Occupational Dermatitis is often an inflammatory skin reaction caused by occupational contact factors.
Poison Ivy is an inflammatory allergic rash which develops after contact with the poisonous plant.
Pyoderma Gangrenousm is an uncommon condition characterized by ulcers that start as pustules at a trauma site. Patients with PG may have involvement of other organs such as the heart, central nervous system, GI tract, eye, liver, spleen, bone and lymph nodes.
Rosacea an inflammatory skin disease characterized by flushing and redness appearing in the central area of the face. Pimples and Pustules may appear.