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Sirius Skin Disorder
Yes: Yes. Discuss treatment options with dermatologist for darier's disease. ...Read more
Agree w Dr. Bansal: Pasturella & Cat scratch disease could be transmitted that way. Other infections that people can get from cats include: Campylobacter, Ringworm, Roundworm, Hookworm, Tapeworm, Rabies, Fleas (very temporarily), Toxoplasmosis, Giardiasis, Cryptosporidiosis & Salmonellosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: Unfortunately an ailment like seborrheic dermatitis tends to be a chronic inflammatory disorder with limited data in regards to curative treatment. The Chaga mushroom has demonstrable anti-inflammatory properties and has been reported to help conditions like seborrheic dermatitis. Be aware, the data is limited. It's unlikely to harm you in topical form but may provide limited help. Good luck. ...Read more
This will: require dermatological evaluation to know.Get a more detailed answer ›
Cutis anserina: Goose bumps. Not a disorder, just the little hairs standing up. It's left over from evolution; a cat's hair stands up when it needs to look bigger or conserve heat. ...Read more
Lichen Planus: Lichen planus will wax and wane. It is a chronic rash of unknown cause with no cure, may be itchy and poorly understood by medicine. It can be managed with medication both topical and oral. It may resolve on its own. Wish i could help more; see your dermatologist to manage this disease. ...Read more
Need help identifying a skin disorder that my primary care couldn't.
It has been spreading and growing since was 10 years old.
Yes: That is really two questions. The answer to both is yes.There are a variety of different types of skin cancer. The first and foremost sign of skin cancer in kids would be a change in the shape, size or color of a skin growth, including both moles and birthmarks. Also any new changes not previously noted. It is good to check all areas of the body, including the bottom of the feet. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not using this : Format. Would encourage you to be evaluated by your physician or a dermatologist. ...Read more