- How to get BEN in the face? ()
A mole seen on the face, neck and arms can sometimes be very uncomfortable. Although people do not notice their moles in front of a mirror, they can be easily noticed by the new people they meet. This situation can be socially disturbing from time to time.
- What is Melanoma? How is it treated? ()
Melanoma is the fifth most common cancer diagnosed in the United States. The number of cases has been increasing steadily since 1990.
- Remedy for Genital Wart (CONDILOMA) ()
Genital warts are one of the most common types of sexually transmitted infections. All sexually active people are infected with the virus (Human papilloma virus HPV) that causes genital warts at some point in their lifetime. The infection rate is higher in women.
- How is Lyme Disease understood? ()
What is Lyme disease? Lyme disease is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi. B. burgdorferi is transmitted to humans by an infected tick bite. The tick is infected by a deer or other animal. It reads as "Laym".
- How to remove a bad scar (keloid)? ()
Keloids are often the result of an overgrowth of dense fibrous tissue that develops after skin injury has healed. Its tissue exceeds the boundaries of the original wound, usually does not stretch spontaneously and tends to recur after excision.
- How is the biopsy procedure done? ()
In fact, there is a sentence used before or after treatment that we hear a lot; parts must be taken. Here we call the piece taken biopsy. Let's see in what situations is a biopsy taken?
- What should be done after circumcision? ()
It is a question that every mother and father asks themselves once or more than once in their life. My child was circumcised, what should we pay attention to afterwards?
- How is hydradenitis treated? ()
What is hydradenitis? Hidradenitis Süpürativa disease is a chronic (chronic) skin inflammation that develops in the armpit. Wounds and swelling due to inflammation are in the form of boils or abscesses. Such swelling and sores are common in the armpits, groin and anus. If treated early, the success rate will be very high.
- What is Omental Torsion? ()
Omental Torsion is one of the causes of acute abdomen. In this case, the omentum rotates around its own axis and clamps the vessels leading to the distal part of the omentum, causing necrosis and infarction. Patients develop complaints of excessive abdominal pain. Omental torsion is usually seen in adults.
- What is Local Anesthesia? ()
Local anesthesia is a type of anesthesia that numbs only a specific area of the body. When this type of anesthesia is administered, the patient is awake and conscious.
- What is a ganglion and how is it treated? ()
Ganglion is a cystic formation filled with jelly or gel. It is usually seen in areas of the body where joints or tendons are; eg wrist, ankle and elbow.
- 6 Finger (Polydactyly) treatment ()
Polydactyly (English Polydactyly, pol-ee-DAK-tuh-lee) means an extra finger on the hand or foot. It can be on one or both hands or feet.
- When Is Circumcision Done? ()
It is applied by cutting the skin covering the penis glans in a certain shape and size in boys. Although the benefits of circumcision are still controversial, there are certain ones that have been determined.
- What is callus and how is it treated? ()
Calluses are thickening of the skin due to pressure and friction. Its scientific name is Kallus. Sometimes it can be very painful, sometimes quietly. It is most commonly seen on the soles of the feet (from pressure) and hands (from friction).
- What is Sebase Adenoma? ()
Sebaceous Adenomas are benign lesions that occur on the skin and contain keratin (oily, white and cheesy material).
- Ingrown Toenail-N ()
Ingrown nails is a very bad condition. Only the one who suffers this trouble knows. A person does not want to leave the house, he does not want to travel, and shoes become a torture for him. It is usually seen in women and toes.
- What is a lipoma and how is it removed? ()
Lipoma is a benign mass of adipose tissue in any part of the body. The English of the sebaceous gland is "Lipoma".
- How is ingrown hair treated? ()
Ingrown hair can be seen all over the body with hair. It most often happens in the coccyx.
- Abscess (Boil) treatment ()
Abscess can occur in any part of our body, such as tooth abscess, rectal abscess, abdominal abscess, etc. Useful information about abscesses is available in the article.