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What To Do If The Skin Is Dry And Peeled?

What To Do If The Skin Is Dry And Peeled?

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For many girls, everyday skin care becomes very important. So how do you get rid of dry skin? How to avoid skin peeling? Why is the skin dry and peeled? 1.The lack of moisture inside the body causes peeling Under normal circumstances, peeling on the face is not a serious matter. Even the disease can't be said. It is mainly caused by the lack of water inside the body. When the skin loses moisture, the following phenomenon occurs: the epidermal cells are dry. Like excessive paper, the edges are rolled up and loved to peel off, so it is necessary to replenish water. How to judge the lack of water in winter 1).The skin becomes dull and dull, and dryness may even cause dry skin on the cheeks. 2).If you feel dry skin, it will be itchy, the skin will be tight, etc., and fine lines may app...
9 Reasons Leading To Dark Circles

9 Reasons Leading To Dark Circles

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Dark circles are a very common problem, and problems such as staying up late can lead to dark circles. So why are there dark circles, how do you get rid of dark circles? Causes of dark circles 1.Pigmentation Congenital or acquired eye pigmentation increases; the patient's orbicularis muscle is more congenital, or the pigment of the eye skin, the congenital physique is darker than the skin pigment in the adjacent part, so the dark gray appears. eye. 2.Skin relaxation The eyelids are aging and loose, and the skin wrinkles together to cause the appearance of the skin to deepen. 3.Eye bag formation Eye bags can also cause dark circles to appear, because the eye bags can cause shadows, which can cause dark circles. 4.Eyelid depression The lower side of the eyelid is sunken to form a ...
Why is There A Lip Herpes?How To Treat it?

Why is There A Lip Herpes?How To Treat it?

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I believe that many people will always have lip herpes several times a year. Although it is a small problem, it affects the appearance. So why do you have long lip herpes? How to treat it better? Herpes simplex is a viral skin disease caused by human herpes simplex virus infection. It usually occurs on the face, especially the lips, mouth and nose. The typical damage is the size of miliary to mung bean clustered on the basis of erythema. Blister, thin wall, clear content, hot and itchy. After breaking, it forms a superficial erosion surface or a pale yellow sputum, which can leave temporary pigmentation. 1.Why is there a lip herpes? If the herpes is on the lips, most of the time it is caused by herpes simplex virus infection, the virus only exists in the vesicular blister fluid, saliv...

Advances In Research On Pathogenicity Of Genital Mycoplasma

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Mycoplasma genus (Mycoplasrnagenitali-um, Mg) belongs to the genus Mycoplasma, a prokaryote between bacteria and viruses, and the 12th mycoplasma found by humans. In 2009, the European guidelines for the treatment of non-gonococcal urethritis (NGU) have clearly identified that Mg is one of the causes of NGU. In 2010, the US CDC also emphasized the pathogenic role of Mg in the diagnosis and treatment of cervicitis. In addition, the diseases associated with Mg are also Including pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), obstetric complications, prostatitis, epididymitis and foreskin balanitis. In recent years, studies have also found that Mg infection may be related to the development of tumors and HIV. Since Tully et al. first isolated and cultured 2 strains of Mg from the urethral secretions of m...
Causes,Classification And Treatment Of Hand Eczema

Causes,Classification And Treatment Of Hand Eczema

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Hand eczema is a type of dermatitis and eczema that occurs in the hands. It is also called hand dermatitis. The annual incidence rate in China is about 7.3% to 11.8%, and in foreign countries it is 6.5% to 17.5%. It is a common dermatological disease. . The etiology of this disease is complicated, mostly caused by contact with allergic substances or irritants, and can also be caused by genetic atopic constitution. The disease manifests complex and diverse. In the acute phase, there may be erythema, papules, blisters, erosions, and in the chronic phase, hyperkeratosis, peeling, and cleft palate may be seen. Both hands are in frequent contact with the outside world in daily life, and any change in factors can cause changes in the condition, which makes the hand eczema often complicated and c...

Advances In Antibiotic Resistance Of P.acnes

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Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes) is a rod-shaped, spore-free, flagellate-free, Gram-positive anaerobic bacterium that resides mainly in the skin, gastrointestinal tract, and genitourinary tract. It is an opportunity. The pathogen is closely related to acne. P. acnes secretes a variety of substances (proteases, lipases, porphyrins, etc.) directly involved in the development of acne; it can also release IL-1, TNF-α, IL-8, IL-12 and the body through the Toll-like receptor pathway. Proinflammatory cytokines such as IFN-γ are involved in the inflammation and immune response of acne. P. acnes can effectively control and treat acne by inhibiting or killing P. acnes. However, due to the long-term and repeated use of antibiotics in acne treatment, drug resistance P. acnes is widespread worldwide

Clinical Epidemiology And Prevention Of Herpes Zoster

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Herpes zoster is a viral skin disease caused by the reactivation and replication of latent varicella-zoster virus (VZV), a cluster of blister with nerves distributed in a unilateral distribution. Pain is characteristic. Herpes zoster is self-limiting, but serious cases and complications reduce the quality of life of patients and increase the economic burden of patients' families and society. It is important to understand the clinical epidemiological characteristics and prevention of herpes zoster. In recent years, a number of pooled analyses have summarized the clinical epidemiological characteristics of herpes zoster. The results are representative, but vary depending on the study data source or post-herpetic neuralgia (PHN) definition. 1. Clinical epidemiology of herpes zoster 1.1 Path...

Progress In Research On Nodular Scleroderma

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Nodular scleroderma (NS), also known as keloid-like scleroderma (KS), is a rare subtype of scleroderma, which was first described by Addison in 1854. The etiology and pathogenesis are unclear, and the diagnosis mainly depends on clinical and histopathological examination. The clinical research progress of this disease is summarized as follows. 1. Etiology and pathogenesis 1.1 Cause The cause of this disease is unclear. It has been reported that hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is closely related to certain skin diseases such as pruritus, cutaneous vasculitis and lichen planus, long-term HCV infection and others. Interactions of environmental factors lead to problems with autoimmune regulation, and can also cause nodular lesions in patients with scleroderma. In addition, acid-resistant ...

Research Progress On The Relationship Between Trauma And Melanoma

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Melanoma, also known as malignant melanoma, is a highly malignant tumor that occurs mostly in the skin, accounting for the third place (6.8% to 20.0%) of skin malignant tumors, accounting for 3.0% of all tumors. The incidence rate is The average speed of 4.0% to 6.0% is increasing year by year. Among patients who die from cancer, melanoma accounts for about 1.0%. Because of the high degree of malignancy, unclear etiology, complicated pathogenesis, and lack of specific early diagnosis, studies on the etiology and pathogenesis of melanoma have attracted more and more attention from clinicians. Melanoma is derived from melanocytes, which are widely found in the basal layer of the squamous epithelium such as the skin, mouth, part of the nasal cavity and vaginal mucosa, and also in the ectoderm...

Application Of Picosecond Laser In Dermatology

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The modern skin cosmetic laser works according to the theory of selective photothermal action, so that laser light of a certain intensity and specific wavelength is specifically absorbed by the target color base (such as melanin, hemoglobin, water, etc.) in the tissue, thereby destroying the target; The control of the laser emission pulse concentrates the energy on the target tissue, reduces damage to the surroundings, and reduces adverse reactions. In recent years, picosecond lasers with extremely short pulse widths have been used in dermatology clinics, providing new means of treatment. 1.Working principle The effects of laser action on skin tissue are the basis of its treatment, including biostimulation, photochemical reactions, and photothermal effects. It has been found that when th...

Advances In Research On Microcirculation Changes Of Psoriasis Skin

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Psoriasis is a common chronic, relapsing, inflammatory skin disease with obvious seasonality. It recurs or aggravates in winter and relieves in summer, which seriously affects the aesthetics and quality of life of patients. The exact pathogenesis is still unclear and is currently considered to be related to genetic factors, environmental factors, and immune factors. In recent years, the role of skin microcirculation changes in the pathogenesis of psoriasis has received increasing attention. The microcirculation of the skin is divided into microvessels and microlymphatic vessels, which are mainly distributed in the dermis layer and the subcutaneous fat layer. The microvessels are composed of terminal small arteries, arteriovenous capillaries, and posterior venules. Psoriasis patients with l...

Skin And Intestinal Microecology And Probiotics

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The germination of microecology at the end of the 19th century, which emerged in the 1970s, is the science of studying the interdependence and mutual constraints of human, animal and plant-dependent normal microflora. Many microbes live in the channels of the human body that communicate with the outside world. They have no harmful effects on the human body and are called normal flora. The normal flora community is in a dynamic equilibrium, which exists between different species, between the normal flora and the host, between the normal flora, the host and the environment. If there is a major change in the internal and external environment, this balance will be destroyed, and micro-ecological disorders will occur. If it cannot be adjusted in time, it will lead to various diseases in the hos...

Advances In Research On Correlation Between Epidermal Permeability Barrier And Pigment Barrier

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In recent years, a large number of studies at home and abroad have shown that there is a close relationship between the epidermal permeability barrier and the pigment barrier. The epidermal pigment barrier can affect the epidermal permeability barrier function through the acidic environment of the epidermis and the pigment precursor material; while the epidermal permeability barrier regulates the epidermal pigment barrier function through lipid components and substances secreted by keratinocytes. Under normal circumstances, these two barrier functions should be in a steady state, and in some pigmented diseases (such as chloasma, vitiligo, etc.), the function of the two is abnormally changed. This paper will study the correlation between the two. The progress is reviewed. 1.Epidermal perme...

Schnitzler Syndrome Clinical Features

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Schnitzlersyn-drome (SS) is a rare acquired spontaneous systemic inflammatory disease characterized by monoclonal immunoglobulin (M-protein)emia and chronic urticaria. First published by Schnitzler in 1972 At present, there are nearly 250 cases reported, including 2 cases reported in China. Repeated fever, myalgia, joint pain, and swollen lymph nodes are also common manifestations. The disease is often missed clinically until the common causes of autoimmune diseases, tumors and infections are excluded. This article reviews the clinical and diagnostic characteristics of Schnitzler syndrome. 1.Etiology and pathogenesis In 1991, Saurat et al found that high titers of monoclonal anti-IL-1α IgG-type antibodies were present in the serum of SS patients, suggesting that IL-1 plays a role in the

Pregnancy Management In Patients With Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

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Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is common in women of childbearing age, and pregnancy-related problems are extremely important for the mother's disease progression and fetal development. With advances in the pathogenesis of lupus and advances in clinical management of pregnancy, pregnancy is now possible for most lupus patients, and maternal and fetuses can have good outcomes. This article will focus on the main issues and management strategies for different periods of SLE pregnancy in order to achieve optimal outcomes for both mother and fetus. 1.Before pregnancy 1.1 Planned pregnancy Pre-pregnancy SLE disease activity is closely related to pregnancy outcome. SLE is safer in the control period and the pregnancy outcome is better. In the SLE active period, the fetus can have miscarri...