Skin lesions

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Skin lesions are a complete spectrum that should be diagnosed by a dermatologist specialist for proper healing treatment. Generally speaking, we refer to simple, mostly benign and sometimes malignant injuries.

In order of their frequency,  the most common skin lesions are:

1 Viral Papilloma, skin rashes due to a viral infection with certain strains of HPV (the Human Papillomavirus Family) that specifically affect friction areas (cervical, axillary, submammary). During their evolution, they will multiply excessively, they can become pigmented, and when interfered with they can bleed. 

Therapeutically speaking, it is extremely easy to treat them with the help of ablative (destructive) laser treatments that do not require significant restrictions, epithelization being spontaneously with the assistance of superinfection without residual signs (scars).

2 Angiomas, small red or red-violet lesions, sometimes present in large numbers all over the skin. Most often they have a genetic component, but can be found in excess estrogen hormones, by increased intake, hormonal dysfunction or metabolic defect. These are treated by laser therapy with the vascular beam, shutting it out immediately, being a non-painful process.

3Vulgar / flat warts are brown, flat, brown, benign, superficial, hyperkeratosis lesions due to the superficial layer proliferation in viral infection with certain strains of HPV. They are completely curable by laser treatment, by epithelialization without residual signs. These lesions should be treated as close as possible to the moment of occurrence due to the risk of their spreading, considering that during their development they increase, pigment, can be traumatized with bleeding and inflammation.

4Solar lentigo / Actinic keratosis / Seborrheic warts are benign skin lesions that appear in areas overexposed to ultraviolet radiation, especially on the facial area, but also on the posterior thorax or on the back of the hands. At onset they look like brown-pale spots, which thicken in evolution, become harsh and , in time, proliferate. A dermatological diagnosis, with dermatoscopic examination, is required to clearly confirm them, these lesions being curable by ablative laser therapy (destruction), healing without residual traces.

5Dermal nevi are benign diseases due to melanocytic proliferation in the dermal layer of the skin, are clinically proliferative lesions, in relief, skin color, melanogenic, some are brown, and dermatoscopy is the one that establishes the benign character of these lesions, which can be treated with ablative laser (destruction).

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