Skin Lesions

Skin Lesions 2017-05-01T16:43:20+00:00

Learning About The Different Types of Skin Lesions

skin-lesions-treatment-dubaiBefore going on to gain information about the types of skin lesions, it is important t understand what they are. Skin lesions are defined as those parts of the skin that show an abnormal growth or coloring as compared to the skin around this specific area.

There are two main types of skin lesions, each of which is described in brief as follows.

Primary Skin Lesions: These are the abnormal skin growths that individuals might have right from birth or acquire during their lifetime. They generally include any birthmarks, blisters, nodules, pustules, rashes and wheals etc. In general the primary skin lesions are not harmful to the individuals in any manner.

Secondary Skin Lesions: These skin abnormalities are caused by intentional manipulation or irritation of the primary skin lesions. They generally include crusts, ulcers, scars, scale and skin atrophy. Many times persistent manipulations of the secondary skin lesions might lead to serious dermatological problems and even cause severe infections with disastrous consequences.

Whether or not a skin lesion is harmful can be determined only after its proper examination and diagnosis by qualified dermatologists. These doctors might require taking skin samples to make an accurate prognosis. Based on their diagnosis and analysis, the dermatologists might suggest, no treatment or medication and even surgery to prevent the problems for developing into a major health hazard.

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