Skin pigmentation disorder. Hemangioma –composed of many blood vessels clubbed together. - a hemangioma can also be removed with surgery. Birthmarks – develops after birth birthmarks are non-cancerous
Hemangioma–composed of many blood vessels clubbed together.
- a hemangioma can also be removed with surgery.
Birthmarks– develops after birth
birthmarks are non-cancerous
Port wine stains - Port wine stains are caused by abnormal development of blood vessels (capillaries) and last a lifetime
Laser therapy is only the way to treat this disease.
Albinism- Inherited disorder. Albinos have an abnormal gene, which restricts melanin production. There is no cure for albinism, and individuals should use a sunscreen at all times because they are much more likely to get sun damage and skin cancer
Melasma-or brown patches that may involve the forehead, cheeks, upper lip, nose, and chin. Only way to treat is apply suns cream.
Vitiligo -white skin patches, usually around the mouth and eyes, or on the back of the hands.
Treated by light sensitive radiations like laser rays.