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1 Allergy The primary cause of allergy is accumulation of AMA formed by the imbalance of the digestive fire. ( Ama is the toxin formed due the faulty metabolism , it is a metabolic waste which is not removed by the body , is also called disease causing factor). Read More
2 Acne Vulgaris Acne is known as Yuvaan Pidika in Ayurveda and Acne in Modern science. The imbalance of the Tridosha of the body ( Vata Pitta Kapha ) causes skin disease like Acne. Read More
3 Actinic Dermatitis It is a skin disorder due to the exposure of UV Rays , Visible light or Sun Rays. The skin becomes photosensitive and reacts after the exposure of light. Read More
4 Actinomycosis Actinomycosis is a rare type of infectious bacterial disease. It is a slowly progressive infection caused by various bacterial species of the Actinomyces genus , most commenly Actinomyces israelii. Read More
5 Atopic Eczema Eczema is also called Dermatitis sometimes which means inflammation of the skin. Read More
6 Birth Marks If one is born with a mole , it is considered as birthmark. People oftern call these birthmarks beauty marks .But not all moles are birthmarks. Read More
7 Contact Dermatitis Dermatitis is the greek word which means Inflamation of the skin. It is a group of skin diseases which may effect any gender at any age. Read More
8 Cosmetic Skin Problems Any cosmetic product which you have used for the face, hair and body and it causes irritation to the skin is a cosmetic allergen product for you. Read More
9 CTCL Tumors of Lymph nodes and Lymphatic system are called Lymphomas.Extranodal lymphomas are the tumours that occur in organs or tissues outside the lymphatic system. Read More
10 Cutaneous Vasculitis The vascular system refers to the collection of all blood vessels in the body. Vasculitis is a term used for a group of diseases.. Read More
11 Cutaneous Lupus Erythmatosus Lupus Erythematosus (LE) of the skin comprises an uncommon group of skin disorders. LE most often affect young adult women (aged 20 to 50) but children , the elderly and males may be effected by this disorder. Read More
12 Dermatomyositis Dermatomyositis is an uncommon acquired muscle disease that is accompanied by the skin rashand marked by muscle weakness. Read More
13 Diper Candiditis This is a kind of fungal infection also called yeast infection affecting the diaper area. It is almost always the result of irritation and maceration from urine and moisture under the diapers. Read More
14 Drug Allergy Drug Allergy is an unwanted side effect of drugs or medication that are ingested (or injected) into our body. Drug allergy reactions can affect the skin and internal organs of the body. Read More
15 Eczema Eczema or Dermatitis is a group of skin conditions, which can affect all age groups. Eczema is one of the commonest reasons for dry, sensitive skin, taking its name from the Greek word ECZEMA, meaning to boil. Read More
16 Freckels Freckles are small flat brown spots less than 5 mm diameter with poorly defined margins and typically are the size of the head of a common nail. Read More
17 Fungal Infections Fungal infections of the skin are also known as mycoses. This types of infections are caused by dermatophytes and yeasts, which are grups of fungi that are normally harmless. Read More
18 Hand Dermatitis Hand Eczema or Hand Dermatitis is the different name for same skin condition. Any type of eczema that develops on the hand is called hand eczema. Read More
19 Herpes Simplex Herpes Simplex is a very common viral infection presented with localised blister formation. Read More
20 Herpes Zoster Herpes Zoster is the painful blisters caused by the reactivation of varicella virus that causes chicken pox.It is also known as Shingles. Read More
21 Hyperhidrosis Hyperhidrosis is defined as excessive and uncontrollable sweating beyond the physiological need of the body. Read More
22 Hypopigmentation The change of the colour of skin from the normal skin of a person is call pigmentation. If the colour is darker (Increased Skin Colour )from the normal skin it is called Hyperpigmentation Read More
23 Hyperpigmentation The change of the colour of skin from the normal skin of a person is call pigmentation. If the colour is darker (Increased Skin Colour )from the normal skin it is called Hyperpigmentation if lighter ( Reduced Skin colour ) then it is called Hypopigmentation. Read More
24 Hair Dye Allergy The hair dye is widely used and now it has been incresing in many parts of the world. Many people among the world are using hair dye earlier and more frequent in an attempt to maintain a more youthful appearance. Read More
25 Ichthyosis Ichthyosis is a genetic skin disorder characterised by persistently dry , thickened , rough , fish scale. The prefix Ichthy is taken from the Greek root for the word fish. Read More
26 Impetigo Impetigo is a bacterial infection of the skin. Most often it affects the infants and children and is highly contagious. It is often called School Sores. Read More
27 Infantile Acne Infantile acne generally affects the cheeks , forehead and chin of the children aged from two to six months and may persists until three to four years aged. Read More
28 Keloids KELOIDS Keloids and Hypertrophic scars are enlarge spontaneously to form firm , smooth and hard growths. When a wound heals , it leaves a scar. Read More
29 Leishmaniasis Leishmaniasis is the protozoan parasites belonging to the genus Leishmania. It is spread by the bite of infected sandflies insect vector the phlebotomine sandfly. Read More
30 Leprosy It is the chronic bacterial infection caused by Mycobacterium leprae. It primarily affects the skin , mucous membrane , peripheral nervous system , eyes and testes. Read More
31 Lichen Planus Ayurveda considers digestion to be the primary factor in the pathology of disease. In the case of psoriasis, a compromised digestive system leads to an increase of pitta dosha into rasa dhatu. Read More
31 (A) Lichen Planus Pigmentosus In some patients oval greyish brown marks appear on the face and neck or trunk and limbs without an inflammatory phase. It may be the same or similar to erythema dyschromicum perstans. Read More
32 Lichen Simplex Chronicus Lichen Simplex Chronicus is an itchy skin condition causing thickened skin at the area of the skin injured by repeated scratching and rubbing. Read More
33 Lipoma A lipoma is a soft , fatty lump a non-cancerous tumour (benign tumours) that grows under the skin and made up of fats cells. Read More
34 Lupus SLE Lupus is a chronic autoimmine disoese that may damage any part of the body like Skin , Joints , Lungs , brain , kidneys or any organ inside the body. The word chronic means that the signs and symptoms tends to last longer than six weeks and it may there for many years. Read More
35 Lupus Vulgaris It is the cutaneous tuberculosis (Skin TB) caused by the same bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis that also affects the lungs. Read More
36 Lyme Disease Lyme disease is a bacterial infection spread to the humans by infected tick bite on the skin. This infection is caused by Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lacto complex , a type of bacteria called spirochaete. Read More
37 Lymphome B Cells Lymphoma are the tumours of the lymph glands /nodes and lymphatic system. It is the most common form of blood cancer. Read More
38 Lymphome T Cells Tumors of Lymph nodes and Lymphatic system are called Lymphomas.Extranodal lymphomas are the tumours that occur in organs or tissues outside the lymphatic system. Read More
39 Melasma Melasma is a common skin problem , is also called Cholasma. It is the skin condition of the adults with light to dark brown or greyish pigmentation develops mainly on the face. Read More
40 Miliaria A milium is for single lesion and multiple lesions are called milia. It is a small cyst containing keratin which is a skin protein produced by skin , the keratin entrapped beneath the outer layer of the skin froming a tiny cyst. Read More
41 Mycetome Mycetoma is a chronic skin infection , which may affect subcutaneous tissue and in some cases bone may also involve as the disease become chronic and untreated. Read More
42 Nail Disorders There are many types of nails diorders , catagrized into following ... Read More
43 Neurodermatitis Neurodermatitis is an itchy skin condition causing thickened skin at the area of the skin injured by repeated scratching and rubbing. Read More
44 Neurofibromas Nurofibroma or Neurofibromatosis is a genetic disorder that disturbs the cell growth in the nervous system causing tumoura to form on nerve tissue and it affects the bone Read More
45 Nummular Eczema Nummular eczema discoid eczema or nummular/discoid dermatitits is the different name of same skin condition. Read More
46 Onychomycosis The fungal infection of the nail is called Onychomycosis. It may develop to any person at any age but rare in children. Read More
47 Papular Urticaria Insects bite and the associated hypersenstivity reactions is known as papular urticaria. It is more common in children than in adults. Read More
48 Pemphigus Vulgaris Pemphigus Vulgaris (PV) is a rare and sreious autoimmune disorder of the skin that is characterized by painful blisters and erosions to develop on the skin as well as inside the mouth , nose , throat , anus and genetalia. Read More
49 Penile Infections Penis health is very important part of the mens overall health. Penis peoblems may be the sign of an underlying health conditions. Read More
50 Perioral Dermatitis It is a common facial skin problem in that mostly affects women than men and children. Although men and children are definitely affected at times. Read More
51 Pigmentation Disorders The change of the colour of skin from the normal skin of a person is call pigmentation. If the colour is darker (Increased Skin Colour )from the normal skin it is called Hyperpigmentation if lighter ( Reduced Skin colour ) then it is called Hypopigmentation. Read More
52 Pityriasis Disorders It ia a type os Malassezia infection. It is a genus of fungi. Malassezia lipid dependant fungi and is naturally found on the skin surfaces of many animals including humans. Read More
53 Pruritus Valva Itching that often affects the genetal area vulva of women is sometimes referred as a pruritus vulvae. The vulva is the area of the skin just outside the vagina. Read More
54 Psoriatic Arthritis Psoraitic Arthritis is defined as a painful , inflammatory condition of the joints (arthritis) that usually occurs in association with psoriasis of the skin. Any joint can be affected with this pain. Read More
55 Purpura Purpura is the name given to the purple colored spots ans patches of the skin or mucous membrane due to haemorrhage from small blood vessels. Read More
56 Rosacea Rosacea is a very common and chronic rash involving the central face which looks like acne. It is very common in those with fair skin , blue eyes and celtic origin. Read More
57 Rayunald Phenomeona Raynauds Phenomenon is a type of vasculitis or the inflammation of the blood vessels. Raynauds disease is a condition causing narrowing of the arteries which the episodic reduction in the blood supply to the fingers and toes occuring mainly in response to cold. Read More
58 Sarciodosis Scrcoidosis is a multisystem granulomatous disease that may involve almost any organ of the body. This means that there are scattered collections of mixed inflammatory cell (granulomas ) affecting many parts of the body. This results in various clinical manifestations. Read More
59 Scabies Scabies is an itchy rashes on the skin and highly contagious skin condition caused by a little mite that burrows in the skin surface. Read More
60 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually transmitted Infections or Diseases STIs are the bacterial , viral ,fungal or parasitic infections that can be passed on from one person to another during sexual activites. Read More
61 Scleroderms Scleroderma is an Auto immune disorder of the connective tissue characterized by skin thickening , spontaneous scarring , varying degree of inflammation associated with a faulty immune system. Read More
62 Stretch Marks Stretch marks can be a nuisance and they are not easy to get rid of. If you already have them, keep in mind that it takes time, patience and regular skincare before you can fade stretch marks away. Read More
63 Syphilis Syphilis is a complex sexually transmitted infection STI- caused by the bacteria Treponems padllidum. Read More
64 Telangiectasis It is a term used to describe the permanent dilation of small blood vessels , creating small , red marking on the skin and mecous membranes. Read More
65 Tinea Infections Tinea infection refers to a group of skin infectons caused by a dermatophytes ringworm fungus. These infections are usually not serious but they can be uncomfortable. Read More
66 Twenty nail Dystrophy Twenty nail dystrophy is also known as trachyonychia. It is a widespread trachyonychia involving all 20 nails. Read More
67 Urticaris - Hives Urticaria or hives are the red , itchy , raised areas of the skin that appears in varying shapes and sizes , which are no longer be there for 6 to 12 hours. Read More
68 Vascular Skin Conditions Vascular diseases includes any condition that affects your circulatory system, such as peripheral artery disease. Read More
69 Venous Eczema Venous Eczema or Venous Dermatitis is an itchy rash occurs on the lower legs. This dermatitis arises when there is a venous disease. Read More
70 Venus Leg Ulcers Leg ulcers are full thickness skin loss on the leg or foot due to any cause. This occurs in association with a range of disease processes , most commonly with blood circulation diseases. Read More
71 Viral Warts Warts are the benign skin growths of the skin caused by the infection with Human Papillomavirus (HPV) . Read More
72 Vitiligo-Leucoderma According to Ayurveda Vitiligo is known as White Leprosy : SHIVTRA: KILASA . In modern it is known as Vitiligo or Leucoderma. It is a non infectious disorder in which white patches are formed. Read More
73 Xanthelasma Xantoma is a skin condition caused by the deposit and accumulation of the fats beneath the skin in macrophage immune cells in the skin and rarley in the layer of fat under the skin. Read More
74 Xerosis Xerosis is known as dry skin. In Ayurveda it is the Vata Type Skin . Dry skin occurs due to loss of moisture which may be due to cold weather , chronic skin problems or some other reasons. The dry areas may results in dermatitis. Read More
75 Zygomycosis Zygomycosis is a rare infection caused by a class of fungi called Zygomycetes. They are a relatively primitive class of fungi and live on decaying organic matter. Read More
76 About Vitiligo According to Ayurveda Vitiligo is known as White Leprosy : SHIVTRA: KILASA . In modern it is known as Vitiligo or Leucoderma. It is a non infectious disorder in which white patches are formed. Read More
77 Ayurvedic Treatment for Vitiligo The Advanced Ayurveda Skin Treatment Centres Ayurvedic Kit For Vitiligo is effective for the vitiligo and leucoderma. Read More
78 Causes of Vitiligo According to Ayurveda Vitiligo is termaed as Kilas. It is further known as Darun Charun and Shivtra. Read More
79 Sign and Symptoms of Vitiligo Excessive or absence of perspiration.Discolouration patches on the skin.Itching , Pricking sensation , Physical exhaustion and Mental fatigue. Read More
80 About Psoriasis Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin condition caused by an increased growth of the keratinocytes from the stratum basale to stratum corneum. Read More
81 Psoriasis Causes and Symptoms of Psoriasis The pathology starts due to the formation of ama the toxin produced by the faulty digestion. These are endo toxins which causes many disease to the body including skin diseases. Read More
82 Psoriasis Diagnosis of Psoriasis The diagnosis of Psoriasis is usually based on the clinical features and the appearance of the skin . The silvery scales of psoriasis are very distinctive feature for the diagnosis. Read More
83 Psoriasis Ayurvedic Treatment of Psoriasis Advanced Ayurveda Skin Treatment Centre have treated successfully many Skin Disorders including Psoriasis merely with Ayurvedic Medicines. Read More
84 Psoriasis Scalp Psoriasis Scalp Psoriasis is a skin condition in which red scaly thickened plaques of psoriasis are formed. Scalp psoriasis may be formed alone or may be associated with psoriasis of the body. Read More
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