SKIN DISEASES

Skin is our largest organ, and pathological changes can manifest in almost all places – mucous membranes (laryngeal cavity, genital wart), glands of sweats, gastropods, fatty tissue, and blood vessels.

Skin diseases are divided into:

  • inherited and innate diseases
  • infectious diseases (bacterial, viral, fungal, parasitosis)
  • drug-induced diseases
  • skin damage (by physical or chemical agents)
  • immune diseases
  • diseases of blood vessels and lymph vessels
  • neurogenic and psychogenic skin manifestations
  • pigmentation disorders
  • gland disease
  • skin diseases in pregnancy
  • metabolic disorders
  • dermatological proctology
  • skin tumors.

To determine precise and effective therapy we perform a skin biopsy with a pathohistological diagnosis of the skin changes.

NAIL DISEASES

Nails are an important part of the fingers that provide protection and at the same time allow for a whole range of finer movements, without which our daily lives would be unimaginable.

Nail-related changes:

  • change in the nail plate
  • change in color
  • congenital disorders
  • changes in nail cause by dermatoses and systemic diseases (psoriasis, allergies, immune diseases, chronic pulmonary disease)
  • nail tumors.

A complete microbiological and mycological nail treatment is performed at the clinic.

SCALP DISEASES

The biological function of hair is to protect us from the sun, mechanical and thermal stimuli. It is exposed to various exogenous and endogenous adverse effects, which is reflected in numerous changes in appearance, color and the total amount of hair.

Exotic hair damage is caused by:

  • mechanical (combing a sharp comb)
  • physical (drying with very hot air, X-rays and radioactive substances)
  • chemical (poor detergent, unhealthy coloring of hair …) factors.

Colorectal hair disorders:

  • HETEROCHROMIA (appearance of different hair colors)
  • POLYPOSIS (the appearance of white hair follicles)
  • CANITIES (early appearance of grey hair)

Hair Growth Disorders:

  • HYPERTRICHOSIS (excessive hair growth on any part of the body)
  • HIRSUTISM (appearance of male hair type in women and children)
  • ALOPHYSICS (states that are manifested by reduced hair volume)

Alopecia is divided into hypothyroidism and atria (decreased number of follicles and increased hair fragility), scarring alopecia (hair follicle destruction with visible scars without follicles), progressive neoplastic alopecia (by acting hereditary factors), temporary alopecia (reversible hair loss), and effluvium capillorum (loss of root hair).

We perform microbiological and mycological treatment of the scalp, hair loss tests (melancholy) and treatment of increased hair loss in women and men using growth factor from your own stem cells and micro-needles.

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