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Small White Circle On Skin
Get checked: Without a proper exam of the rash it would be difficult to give the best answer. Consider sending us a picture ...Read more
Growth: Most growth is usually done by 18 if you're a female. Males will still grow a little more; however the majority of growth is done. A simple test to see if any growth is left is to take a hand wrist x-ray. This can then be coorelated to the head and face all based in growth research studies. Consult with an orthodontist and ask for a hand wrist x-ray. ...Read more
I have microcephaley but my head CM 52cm what is the age range. Ie how small/ big to child please?
Don't understand???: Not sure how you were diagnosed with "microcephaly" at 33 yrs of age. 52 cm is smaller than "average", but still falls within 2 standard deviations of average (which means it's essentially normal). You also have to correlate it with your adult height to figure out where you fall on the percentile curves. If this doesn't help please try and rephrase your question a little more clearly. ...Read more
Round patches of skin that starts out small then spreads. After a few weeks the patch is dry and flaky.
Is it one big patch of skin or many small patches of skin distributed over the body with Bowen's Disease?
Peculiar question: Bowen's disease is another term for squamous cell carcinoma in situ. It is seen almost entirely on people over 60 and on areas of chronic sun damage. It is also applied sometimes to superficial squamous cell cancer of the nipple. They may be large or small. They may be solitary or multiple. They are readily cured with a variety of easy treatments. In situ means superficial, not invasive, so not a ...Read more
My skin on head, also has some small sores, which come and go very frequently. Lasted for more tan 3 months?
Then absolutely: Make appointment to see dermatologist for culture, diagnosis and treatment ...Read more
My son has a big head. 50% and is small for height and weight 3% he eats like crazy but isn't growing. He is 29 months old, weighs 27 lbs.
Small black dots have started to appear on my skin. I work in a greenhouse and I am in the sun all day. Could this be an allegic reaction?
I've got a small splinter stuck on back of my head and can't get it out, does the body remove it by itself, and what could happen if it does not?
You may get an infxn: While your body can remove a splinter, we typically like to remove them as they may contain foreign material or contamination that could also cause an infection. I would recommend that you see a health care provider in person to assess. ...Read more
When I do any small activity, I feel like thorns are pricking my skin especially in the winter. I have this for some years now but it's getting worse!
May be miliaria: May be a form of miliara (heat rash). A primary care doctor or dermatologist may help prevent and treat the symptoms. Keeping the skin surface smooth, soft, intact and healthy is important, so try to avoid over-scratching. What happens during exercise (when you start to sweat) is that the sweat glands are blocked at first (causing symptoms), but once sweat is able to flow freely, it feels better. ...Read more
I just fall from a small lader while im working, sat and I hit my back and head now it feels like some small pintch in may back that is not going away?
See a doctor: As a trauma surgeon, I can speak first-hand about the dangers of ladders--even a relatively "minor" fall can cause quite a bit of internal injuries. The persistence of your back pain warrants a formal evaluation to be certain that there is no significant back injury. I would make an appointment with your doctor asap or go to an er for evaluation. ...Read more
I have a brown rough scaley place on my skin it started out small after 2 years it's the size of a dime could it be skin c?
See below: Round, rough, uniformly brown, scaly/waxy spots on the skin increase with age; they're called seborrheic keratoses & are benign. If your lesion has mixed colors, irregular shape, indistinct margins, bleeds, or is elevated, by all means it should be examined by pcp or dermatologist. If any doubt about lesion, see doc. ...Read more
I wouldn't want to: Guess about what these are with so little information. These lesions would need to be examined, a history obtained & other tests may be necessary in order to diagnose them. Usually the lesions needs to be identified to determine the solution. ...Read more
Depends on DX: Depending on the diagnosis, the bump may be benign or need investigating (biopsy/removal). Relatively impossible to tell you over the computer. Best you get it looked at by a dr. Best wishes. ...Read more
Angiomas: "cherry angiomas are made up of clusters of tiny capillaries at the surface of the skin, forming a small round dome ("papule"), which may be flat topped. They range in colour from bright red to purple. When they first develop, they may be only a tenth of a millimeter in diameter and almost flat, appearing as small red dots. However, they then usually grow to about one or two millimeters across, an. ...Read more
See dermatologist: No one can tell you without seeing the rash. See your doc or a dermatologist. ...Read more
Sorry, to get a diagnosis of this, it is a sad condition made at birth.
Abnormally small skull that confines brain. Extremely low functioning. Sound like you? I didn't think so. ...Read more
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