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Symmetric Skin Abnormalities On Both Sides Of The Body
Describe these: The term "eruptions" can have many different meanings to different doctors. If you could describe these (flat, elevated, small, large, colored, itchy, tender, pus-filled, and so on) it would be far easier to have some idea of what they might be. The best solution, however, is to have your local doctor take a look at them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Psoriasis: Psoriasis is characterised by red, scaly patches of skin, which usually have very well defined edges. It is often symmetrical, affecting both sides of the body. The scale is typically silvery white. This typical scale may not be so obvious if the psoriasis affects a body fold such as the armpit or the patient is using emollients regularly. Then it is more likely to be smooth and shiny. ...Read more
Approximately.: Human body is never perfectly symmetric. The radiologist knows when something is amiss and when something is attributable to genetics or injury. ...Read more
Apex of lung: Those soft areas overly the top of the lungs. Should be perfectly normal. ...Read more
Yes..: Shingles can manifest on any part of the body around a specific skin region we name dermatome, which usually forms like a map like area where the virus sits and shows symptoms of pain( usually burning type), itching, and rash in a cluster distribution. You can look at the dermatome chart at http://www.apparelyzed.com/dermatome.html. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Burning sensation in the lower part of buttocks on both sides for 4 months , no redness the skin look completely normal.
This will require: combination of a medical history and physical examination in order to assess properly. ...Read more
Do they?: There no data, that I am aware of, indicating that one side is affected more than the other. Most skin cancers occur in sun exposed areas. ...Read more
What are those lump/hump feeling parts of the side/back outer upper arm. One on each upper arm in the same place?
Hard to say - lipoma: These could be lipomas. This would be my first consideration. You can discuss this with your physicians. ...Read more
Can a left ear melanoma give swollen lymph nodes on both sides of the neck, on the back of the head left side and also on the top of both shoulders?
Certainly: Melanoma can travel anywhere in the body, no matter where it originated. So, yes, a left ear melanoma can travel to lymph nodes in your neck (cervical nodes) on both sides, including the top (supraclavicular) and bottom (infraclavicular) areas of the collar bones. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is the gene which cause chin dimples the same gene what cause dimples on cheeks and dimples near corners of mouth?
Who said?: I don't think that there is a gene for dimples. ...Read more
Moisturize: There are what are referred to as therapeutic moisturizers -- those that contain aha's or urea. Examples include lachydrin (lactic acid) 5 lotion/amlactin lotion and cream , Alpha glycolic lotion , eucerin professional strength lotion , etc. These are very effective in treating dry and thickened skin conditions. ...Read more
The soles of my feet, palms of my hands and other parts of my body are on fire on the inside. I'm also itching. Any ideas?
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