Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Clinical & Experimental Dermatology

Clinical Dermatology
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An Introduction to Clinical & Experimental Dermatology:
Both Clinical and Experimental Dermatology are the beginning point and core of dermatology. They form the basis for scientific advancement and act as the conduit between different scientific disciplines and applied practical dermatology.
Clinical Dermatology:
What is Clinical Dermatology?
Clinical Dermatology is one of specialized branches of medicine that is concerned with the evaluation and treatment of a whole range of diseases and conditions pertaining to the skin, hair and nails. Essentially, it stresses on the development, elevation and appearance of skin, hair and nails cosmetically, artistically and aesthetically.
The patient can choose from the following kinds of sub specialty treatments depending on his/her medical needs:
Hair Loss
Skin Infections
Skin Rashes
Skin Cancer
Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema
Pediatric Dermatology
Skin Infection
What are the procedures involved in Clinical Dermatology?
The following kinds of procedures are involved in clinical dermatology:
Botulinum toxin injections
Superficial chemical peels
What is the methodology followed in Experimental Dermatology:
Under this methodology, Dermal is a specialty filling procedures are done for rectifying rhytids, wrinkles and lipodystrophy, scars.
In effect, pigs’ feet are made use of while performing surgical corrections like ear correction, excision and suture, flaps and grafts.
Dermal procedure is perceived to be the second most established procedure in dermatology.

What are the side-effects that fall out of Experimental Dermatology?
The introduction of dermal feeling leads to different complications such hypo and hyper corrections, nodule formation in view of the injection of large quantity of product and loss of material arising out of failure to couple the needle to the syringe.