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2,655 Possible Causes for Skin Patch

  • Contact Dermatitis

    A skin patch test was performed with the same medication; however, it was negative.[] Third visit: At your third visit, the dermatologist will look at the skin patch sites and record the reactions. Then we’ll discuss your skin patch test results.[] METHODS: A retrospective study was undertaken of the records of a total of 1179 patients who had undergone contact skin patch tests for MCI/MI from January 2005 to December[]

  • Vitiligo

    In dark-skinned people the vitiligo patches are obvious since they contrast with normal skin.[] As a result, well-defined white patches appear on the skin.[] In areas affected by vitiligo, you will see noticeable lightening in patches of your skin as pigmentation decreases.[]

  • Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma

    Early disease presents as limited skin patches or plaques and exhibits an indolent behavior.[] Initial signs of MF include skin patches, plaques or tumor nodules. SS is a type of CTCL that affects both the skin and the blood.[] Symptoms Signs and symptoms of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma include: Round patches of skin that may be raised or scaly and might be itchy Patches of skin that appear lighter[]

  • Dermatitis

    […] and crusting Neurodermatitis Itching, leathery or scaly patch of skin in a single limited area A raised rough patch that is darker than the rest of the skin Seborrheic Dermatitis[] In a skin patch test, your doctor will put small amounts of different substances on your skin.[] patch that is red or darker than the rest of your skin The primary symptom of neurodermatitis is itchy skin — often a single patch on the neck, wrist, forearm, thigh or ankle[]

  • Hypogonadism

    patch (in males) Testosterone gels (in males) Estrogen and progesterone pills or skin patches (in females) GnRH injections HCG injections The right hormone treatment will[] Testosterone is typically administered to men suffering from primary hypogonadism in the form of: Skin gels Skin patches Orally taken medication Specially formulated lozenges[] Men can be given testosterone in the form of skin patch, gel, solution or injection, known as testosterone replacement therapy.[]

  • Acanthosis Nigricans

    Women with PCOS (or PCOD) often experience skin overgrowths including patches of dark, brown, velvety skin.[] That’s right — all three of these seemingly unrelated health care topics can cause acanthosis nigricans, a skin condition characterized by dark, thickened, velvety patches[] Acanthosis nigricans skin patches occur when epidermal skin cells begin to reproduce rapidly.[]

  • Menopause

    patches, gels and implants that relieve menopausal symptoms by replacing oestrogen vaginal oestrogen creams, lubricants or moisturisers for vaginal dryness cognitive behavioural[] In severe cases they can offer: Hormone Replacement Treatment to be administered through tablets, implants, gels or skin patches and help to replace oestrogen.[] patch or an implant.[]

  • Vulvitis

    This is consistent with one study which did skin patch allergen testing on the vulva and found almost 50% of women allergic to common chemicals in soaps and creams.[] They include redness and swelling, itching or burning, blisters, sore scaly thickened skin, white patches (if chronic) and more. What are vulvitis care options?[] Treatment Treatment of a contact vulvitis is to protect the skin with petrolatum or solid vegetable oil and to elimininate any further contact with soaps or creams or any[]

  • Pityriasis Alba

    Pityriasis alba’s patches of white skin appear most frequently on the cheeks.[] This condition is characterized by patches of lighter skin mainly on the face, although the neck, upper chest, and arms are sometimes involved.[] Pityriasis alba is a common, benign skin disorder that typically affects children between the ages of six to 12.[]

  • Chloasma

    There are many skin changes that are common during pregnancy, but there is a chance that some skin changes could be unrelated. if you have a patch of skin that becomes suddenly[] Chloasma is a skin condition that affects pregnant women and leads to occurrence of dark patches on the skin.[] The darker skin patches can occur all over the place, and there are some specific areas which are likely to change. Your nipples will probably darken a shade or two.[]

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