Hyperkeratotic Keratosis

April 8, 2012

Hyperkeratotic keratosis is a rather common skin condition. It is due to the continual production and accumulation of skin cells on the sin surface. The skin should normally digest the accumulated cells. But the skin condition prevents this possibility. It is also caused when keratin accumulates on the skin. Keratin is the protein responsible for […]

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Hyperkeratosis On Hands

March 21, 2012

Hyperkeratosis is characterized by localized thickening of the dermis and is caused by many things. Some common causes are excessive friction to the skin, constant pressure, harmful radiation, and infection. It occurs as a result of accumulation of excess keratin on certain parts of the skin. Hyperkeratosis is quite common on the hands since most […]

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Treating Hyperkeratosis

February 8, 2012

The outer layer of the skin can become excessively thickened due to the accumulation of keratin on the surface, this leads to what is referred to as hyperkeratosis. There are various methods by which you can get the hyperkeratosis treated. It is possible to treat the thing medically and you can also treat it naturally […]

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Hyperkeratosis Causes

November 9, 2011

Hyperkeratosis Causes It is congealing of the external layer of the skin. This external layer holds a hard, protective protein which is known as keratin. This skin congealing is frequently part of the skin’s normal defense against rubbing, pressure and other types of local nuisance. It brings calluses and corns on hands and feet. It […]

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Hyperkeratosis On The Face

October 20, 2011

Hyperkeratosis is a skin disorder that can is noticed on the upper parts of the body including the face.  Hyperkeratosis can present itself in different forms like acne and Chronic Eczema, seborrheic and actinic keratoses etc.  Acne is caused by irregular outline of keratinization in the body.  This happens when keratin cells present in the […]

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Epidermolytic Hyperkeratosis

October 12, 2011

Epidermolytic hyperkeratosis is a hereditary malady noticeable on the skin. Babies born with skin disorder look red with a frail skin susceptible to wounds and blisters. As the child grows, the blisters and wounds reduce and start forming scales. The scales are noticed mostly on the joints. The formation of scale is linked to hyperkeratosis. […]

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What Is Hyperkeratosis?

October 5, 2011

Hyperkeratosis is a painless brown patch and thick skin noticed on people’s arms, legs, knees, elbows and faces. It is caused by extreme collection of keratin in the epidermis surface of the skin.  When the skin becomes thickened, it guards it against resistance and irritation. Hyperkeratosis can be noticed on the elbows and knees joints.  […]

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Hyperkeratosis Ethnic Skin Treatment

September 28, 2011

Hyperkeratosis can be a problem for all people of all skin tones. Hyperkeratosis is thickening of the skin and can appear in many forms on various areas on the body in many forms. Often, however, people with darker skin tones will experience hyperkeratosis differently to those with fair skin and they can even have more […]

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Hyperkeratosis Beauty Secrets

September 21, 2011

Hyperkeratosis is the thickening of the skin on your body. This can be the skin’s defense mechanism against irritation, friction and pressure. Hyperkeratosis is not usually painful and the condition is most likely to affect parts of the body that experience friction, such as the soles of the feet, the elbows and the knees. There […]

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Hyperkeratosis Diagnosis

September 8, 2011

Hyperkeratosis is the thickening of the skin caused by excess production of the protein keratin. There are a number of types of hyperkeratosis. The most common places for hyperkeratosis to occur are the knees, the elbows, the soles of the feet and the palms. Hyperkeratosis may emerge in the feet as corns and calluses. Warts […]

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