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Dermatology

Dermatology

The skin is the largest organ of our body, protects us from the external environment and it is our defense barrier to cold and heat.
The skin disease is so wide and varied, difficult diagnosis and treatment.
The team of dermatologists doctors we strive for complete skin care at any stage of life, as it varied over her. From early childhood, through adolescence, adulthood and especially when it becomes more vulnerable to the elderly:

What we do offer?

* In children: newborn care, bolquer.Dermatitis atopic dermatitis and cutaneous signs of disease seborreica.Detecció sistémica.hemangiomes infantils.Primera review of nevi (moles). Cutaneous infections: Warts, Molluscum Contagiosum

* In Pregnancy: Dermatitis.Prevenció and acne treatment. Evolutionary growth control. of nevi (moles).

* In adults: Inflammatory general pell.Control epiluminiscència.Diagnòstic of nevi with melanoma from benign skin Maligne.Tractament: seborrheic keratosis, acrocordones, fibroids, cysts, cancer screening ... cutani.Prevenció the hair fotoenvelliment.Problemes Capillary: alopecia, dermatitis, hair loss facial estacional.taques.

* In elderly: Keratosis actínica.Càncer precancerous lesions of non-melanoma skin: basal cell carcinoma of the skin and general espinocelular.Canvis own age: xerosis, dermatitis, personalized advice hygiene diària.Lesions legs near the age: dermatitis bad circulation, venous ulcers, ulcers decúbit.Debilitat capillary and ungles.Dermatitis in hands.

So our team has:

  • Specialized consultation
  • Cryotherapy
  • With ambulatory surgery nursing assistants
  • Electrocautery equipment
  • Laboratory - Pathology

FAQ

Lunar experiencing changes in size, color or recent bleeding
Packages or facial scabs newly emerging (especially in areas exposed to the sun)
dark spots

Avoid sun exposure between 12:00 and 15:00
Proper use of sunscreen
Avoid the sun the first years of life
Annual control with your dermatologist

Acne is a disease that affects the sebaceous glands. The small holes in the skin called pores are connected to oil glands under the skin. These glands produce an oily substance called sebum. The pores connect to the glands by a canal called follicle and within the follicles, sebum carries dead skin cells on the surface of the skin. A thin hair also grows under the skin and passes through the follicle to reach the surface. When a follicle becomes clogged, it creates a grain or catfish.


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