seborrheic keratosis

Hyperkeratosis Treatment on YouTube

March 1, 2012

Hyperkeratosis is a common skin condition that affects a majority of the population. It is therefore taken to be a part of growing. When hyperkeratosis appears at an earlier age they make one uncomfortable and cause cosmetic problems. Hyperkeratosis can be treated using different treatments available. Hyperkeratosis treatment varies depending on the kind of Keratosis. […]

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Hyperkeratotic Actinic Keratosis

November 2, 2011

Actinic keratosis, a type of hyperkeratosis is a skin disorder that can be experienced when the skin is exposure to excessive sunlight.  It makes the skin look rough wherever it is located.  It is red and uneven spot with scales.  It can look terrible on people.  People with actinic keratosis should remove it to give […]

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Danger Signs Of Hyperkeratosis

August 3, 2011

If there is one thing that is certain about hyperkeratosis  it is that it a contradiction in terms. It can be easy to see in some areas, yet it is hard to see in other areas, so what are some of the warning signs? First and foremost, you must take an inventory of your body […]

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Will My Children Get Hyperkeratosis?

June 2, 2011

Hyperkeratosis is a skin disorder where the skin is thickened due to over production of keratin. This is usually the skin’s defensive mechanism against irritation and pressure. Friction also causes this defense mechanism and the skin produces more keratin to counter the effect of friction. Hyper keratosis is known to affect areas of the body […]

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How To Prevent Hyperkeratosis

May 12, 2011

Hyperkeratosis is a skin condition is where the skin is thickened at the outer layer. This occurs when the body produces a lot of keratin as a defense mechanism against irritation, infection and chronic inflammation. There are different types of hyperkeratosis. There are corns and calluses, lichen planus, warts, actinic keratosis and seborrheic keratosis. Hyperkeratosis […]

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How To Treat Hyperkeratosis

March 28, 2011

Hyperkeratosis is a condition in which the skin thickens as a result of constant friction and it is more a defensive mechanism than a condition. There is an excessive production of keratin thus causing the thickening of the skin. There are a few different forms of hyperkeratosis, some worse than others from small bumps on […]

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Hyper Keratosis

March 21, 2011

What Is Hyper Keratosis? The outer layer of human skin contains a tough protein called keratin. This keratin serves to protect the skin against irritation, rubbing, or pressure.  The excess thickening of the outer layer of the skin that contains keratin is what we call hyper keratosis. There are different types of hyper keratosis. These […]

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Hyperkeratosis And Warts

January 12, 2011

Hyperkeratosis is a condition that causes your skin to thicken in one area because of constant friction, applied pressure and rubbing together which leads to hardening of the skin. This is actually a defensive mechanism that prevents further wearing down of the skin tissues. Sometimes this condition may occur on its own and this usually […]

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December 28, 2010

HYPERKERATOSIS Hyperkeratosis is a condition whereby the skin forms a thick layer due to the excessive deposition of keratin. It is more common in women with dark skin. The thickening of the skin is actually a way of protecting is from constant irritation, rubbing and pressure. A large percentage of the hyperkeratosis formed are painless […]

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Side Effects of Treating Seborrheic Keratosis with Isotretinoin

December 14, 2010

Isotretinoin is a fairly common treatment for seborrheic keratosis but it causes some unwanted side effects. One of the likely reasons why many people abstain from Isotretinoin treatments is the fact that it can lead to some forms of serious birth defects. Birth defects such as damages to the central nervous system, cardiac problems, facial […]

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