Vesiculopustosis

What is Vesiculopustosis? Vesiculopustosis is a type of staphyloderma that develops in infants. Vesiculopustosis – purulent inflammatory skin diseases caused by a variety of pathogens (staphylococci, streptococci, pneumococci, Escherichia coli, Vulgar proteus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, etc.).

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Bartholinite

What is Bartholinite? Bartholinitis is an inflammatory disease, during which the large gland vestibular gland is affected. Causes of Bartholinitis Most often, the pathology is caused by such pathogens as streptococci, staphylococci, E. coli, Proteus.

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Basal Skin

What is Bazalioma Skin? Basaliomas occupy an intermediate position among skin tumors. They have predominantly localized growth, do not metastasize. Pasches, AI, 1863; Glazunov MF, 1933 believe that basal cell carcinomas arise from embryonic ectoderm

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Atheroma

What is Atheroma? Atheromas are cystic-dilated skin sebaceous glands. Congenital and secondary varieties of atheroma are distinguished by their origin. Congenital atheromas are benign skin tumors. They are located in the form of multiple formations,

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