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the branch of medicine dealing with the skin and its diseases

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He advised people to take excessive water, use fresh juices, fruits and vegetables to avoid skin diseases.
Dr Sadia Siddique, head of dermatology at Lahore General Hospital, said that some skin diseases may be symptoms for other, more serious ailments such as liver cancer and stomach cancer.
Diagnosing skin diseases from digital images using AI will offer great advantages over conventional practices, which now often depend on the knowledge and experience of a physician.
1 The pattern and distribution of skin diseases differ from one country to another and in various regions within the same country.
The agreement is unique in that it is the first time leading dermatology players join forces in research to advance understanding and treatment of skin diseases.
He informed that uses of detergents and substandard cosmetics products also cause different skin diseases among women.
For the nearly 85 million Americans who were seen by a physician for a skin disease in 2013, about $45.
Some autoimmune skin diseases are seen more commonly in certain breeds, suggesting a genetic basis.
Camp Wonder is a medically-staffed summer program that invites children ages seven to 16 who suffer from severe and life-threatening skin diseases to experience a week away from bullies, stares and that isolating feeling of being different.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 17, 2016-Danish Drugmaker Leo Pharma Acquires License to AstraZeneca Skin Disease Drug
Atopic dermatitis is one of the most common allergic skin diseases in dogs and cats.
Pakistan should invest in research on skin diseases to prevent the incidence of these conditions, says Dr.
The prevalence of skin diseases varies from one country to another country and in various regions within the same country.
Objective: To find out views and practice of dermatologists regarding prevention of preventable skin diseases.
ACNE, eczema and other inflammatory skin diseases will be the talking point at a free public event at Coventry's University Hospital.