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18th International Conference on Dermatology and Cosmetic Medicine, will be organized around the theme “Explore New Pathways in Dermatology and Cosmetic Medicine”
Dermatology Medicine 2023 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Dermatology Medicine 2023
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Skin Cancers are the type of cancers which arise from the skin. These cancers appear due to the development of abnormal cells that have the ability to invade or spread to other parts of the body. There are three main types of skin cancers: Basal-cell skin cancer (BCC), Squamous-cell skin cancer (SCC) and Melanoma, among them Melanomas are the most aggressive. Symbols include a mole that has changed in size, shape, color which has irregular edges, more than one color, is itchy or bleeds. Skin cancer becomes the most common form of cancer, globally accounting for at least 40% of cases.
- Track 1-1Basal-cell skin cancer
- Track 1-2 Sqamous-cell skin cancer
- Track 1-3 Melanoma
- Track 1-4 Merkel cell carcinoma
- Track 1-5Segmental vitiligo
- Track 2-1Animal Bites
- Track 2-2Augmentation Rhinoplasty
- Track 2-3 Aural Atresia
- Track 2-4 Cleft Lip
- Track 2-5 Facial Burns
- Track 2-6Skin Wound Healing
- Track 2-7Split-Thickness Skin Grafts
- Track 2-8 Scalp Reconstruction
Redness and breakouts on our face could mean that we have acne, but not always. Rosacea, an acne-like skin condition can cause breakouts and redness too. It is a skin condition that is chronic and inflammatory in nature and most often affects the face. If left untreated it worsens with time. It is often mistaken for acne, eczema, or a skin allergy. Fair skin people and who tend to blush easily might be at a higher risk for the disorder. Rosacea seems more often among women than men but men tend to have the more severe symptoms. A possible reason for this could be the delay in medical treatment until the symptoms of the disease becomes advanced. Although the causes are not fully understood and there is no cure, there are a number of ways to relieve symptoms.
- Track 3-1 Erythematotelangiectatic rosacea
- Track 3-2Papulopustular rosacea
- Track 3-3Phymatous rosacea
- Track 3-4 Ocular rosacea
Atopic dermatitis or eczema is a condition that makes the skin red and itchy. It's common in children but can eventuate at any age. Atopic dermatitis is chronic and tends to explode periodically. It may be associated with asthma or hay fever. Healthy skin helps reserve moisture and defends us from bacteria, irritants and allergens. Eczema is associated to a gene variation that affects the skin's ability to provide this protection. This allows your skin to be influenced by environmental factors, irritants and allergens.
- Track 4-1Allergic contact dermatitis
- Track 4-2 Seborrheic dermatitis
- Track 4-3 Stasis dermatitis
- Track 4-4 Irritant contact dermatitis
- Track 4-5 Neurodermatitis
- Track 4-6 Perioral dermatitis
Autoimmune diseases present with diverse and broad-ranging cutaneous indications. Skin-specific autoimmune disorders for instance autoimmune blistering dermatoses can sometimes symbolize the cutaneous symptom of a multiorgan disease due to potential common pathogenic mechanisms.
- Track 5-1Rheumatoid arthritis
- Track 5-2 Alopecia areata
- Track 5-3 Vitiligo
- Track 5-4 Psoriasis
- Track 5-5 Dermatomyositis
- Track 5-6Systemic sclerosis
- Track 5-7Dermatitis herpetiformis
- Track 5-8Epidermolysis bullosa acquisita
- Track 5-9 Bullous pemphigoid
- Track 5-10 Pemphigus vulgaris
- Track 5-11Systemic lupus erythematosus
- Track 5-12 Lichen sclerosus
Pediatric dermatology deals with the study of neonatal skin. Pediatric dermatologists deal with the diagnosis and treatment of the various skin disorders in infants and children. The skin of infants is thinner than adult skin and more susceptible to microbe infection due to less developed immune system than the adults.
- Track 6-1Transient Neonatal Pustular Melanosis
- Track 6-2Infantile hemangioma
- Track 6-3 Pediatric Contact Dermatitis
- Track 6-4Cafe Au Lait Spots
- Track 6-5 Pediatric Acropustulosis
- Track 6-6Pediatric Acrodermatitis Enteropathica
- Track 6-7Aplasia Cutis Congenita
- Track 6-8Sucking Blister
- Track 6-9 Seborrheic dermatitis
- Track 6-10 Subcutaneous Fat Necrosis of the Newborn
- Track 6-11 Sclerema Neonatorum
- Track 6-12 Neonatal Acne
- Track 6-13 Vascular Birthmarks
Papulosquamous syndromes are a group of isolated dermatologic conditions in which patients present with red, raised lesions with scale while psoriasis is the prototypical papulosquamous disorder, similar skin lesions may be seen in infections, lymphomas, and allergic conditions.
- Track 7-1 Psoriasis
- Track 7-2Lichen planus
- Track 7-3 Pityriasis rosea
- Track 7-4Pityriasis lichenoides chronica
Cosmetic dermatology is the comprehensive term that deals with the specialties of improving and treating the appearance and condition of the skin cosmetically. The treating conditions include scars, skin laxity, wrinkles, moles, excess fat, cellulite, unwanted hair, skin discoloration, and spider veins. These techniques include both surgical and non-surgical procedures.
- Track 8-1 Cosmetic Injectable Treatments like Lip augmentation, Non-surgical rhinoplasty, Double chin reduction etc.
- Track 8-2Laser and Light-Based Procedures as Skin resurfacing, Laser hair removal, Photodynamic therapy, Intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments, Red marks (spider veins, stretch marks, vascular birthmarks, red scars, rosacea) treatments, Scar revision, Tattoo remov
- Track 8-3Non-surgical Body Contouring and Skin-tightening Treatments and Other Cosmetic Procedures like Chemical peels, Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty), Face-lift, Fat Transfer, Liposuction, Micro-needling, Vaginal rejuvenation (labiaplasty) etc.
Aesthetic medicine and Cosmetic dermatology is the comprehensive term that deals with the specialties of improving and treating the appearance and condition of the skin cosmetically. The treating conditions include scars, skin laxity, wrinkles, moles, excess fat, cellulite, unwanted hair, skin discoloration, and spider veins. These techniques include both surgical and non-surgical procedures.
- Track 9-1Chemical peels
- Track 9-2Skin Rejuvenation: optical device Resurfacing, Botox, Filler Treatments
- Track 9-3Body Contouring: plastic surgery, Liposuction, Microlipoinjections, abnormalcy Treatment
- Track 9-4 Facial Rejuvenation: Face lift, palpebra elevate, Neck Lift, Brow Lift
- Track 9-5 Breast Enhancement: Augmentation, Lift, Reduction
- Track 9-6Facial Contouring: lift, Chin, or Cheek sweetening
- Track 9-7 Incision and Drainage of Skin Abscess
- Track 9-8 Botox and Face Lift
- Track 9-9 Efficacy and Safety of Botulinum Toxin A
- Track 9-10 Surgical management for Hair loss
- Track 9-11 Laser skin tightening
- Track 9-12 Laser skin resurfacing
- Track 9-13Cosmetic dentistry: prosthodontics & orthodontics
Cosmeceuticals come from the combination of beauty care products and pharmaceuticals. A cosmeceutical is basically a skincare product that consists of a naturally vital compound with helpful ramification for the skin. Nutricosmetics are nourishing additives which boost the appearance and structure of the skin. Wholesome supplements likewise have a fundamental capacity in the creation of collagen in the dermis. Dietary micronutrients protect the skin from the harmful effects of the bright light, which may initiate skin tan, skin maturing and wrinkle developments.
- Track 10-1Omega fatty acids
- Track 10-2 Anti-wrinkle creams
- Track 10-3 Carotenes
- Track 10-4Flavonoids
- Track 10-5 Probiotics
Dermatology deals with the study of skin, but dermatologists also diagnose and treat diseases involved with hair and nails. A dermatologist can diagnose and treat skin conditions present on the scalp, like psoriasis or eczema. Hair Loss nowadays is a common concern that has many causes and can be treated by a dermatologist. People experiencing hair loss are wondering if the amount of hair loss is normal or excessive and whether it is temporary or going to be a continuous concern until we take an appropriate treatment for the abnormalcy. Sometimes hair loss stop on its own but a dermatologist can help explain possible causes and treatment options.
- Track 11-1Surgical management for hair loss
- Track 11-2Management and treatment for facial hirsutism
- Track 11-3The evaluation and management of hirsutism ,hyperandrogenism
- Track 11-4Diagnosis and Management of Nail disorder
Alternative medicine is now becoming one of the emerging fields in medical practices. It is also referred as integrative or complementary medicine. Though alternative medical practices are not recognized by the medical community as standard or conventional medical solutions still its popularity is increasing among the patients. Traditional alternative medicine includes forms of therapy, such as acupuncture, homeopathy, herbal preparations, special teas, dietary supplements, magnet therapy and spiritual healing which is more mainstream and accepted.
- Track 12-1 Natural acne treatments
- Track 12-2 Ayurveda in dermatology
- Track 12-3Herbal medicine in dermatology
- Track 12-4 Holistic dermatology and integrative medication
- Track 12-5 Alternative medicine in dermatological oncology
- Track 12-6Acupuncture for eczema and skin disorder
- Track 12-7Balneotherapy
- Track 12-8Aromatherapy
The process of treatment of skin disorders by using psychological and psychiatric techniques is termed as Psychodermatology. Most of the skin disorders as eczema, psoriasis, hives, hair loss and compulsive skin picking and hair pulling disorders have the necessity to treat with this process. Psychological or psychiatric treatments have adopted as the primary treatments for some dermatological disorders. Techniques include used relaxation, meditation, hypnosis and self-hypnosis, psychotropic medications, biofeedback, and focused psychotherapy. This proves to be a support for the patients experiencing diseases so that they can recover easily and speedily.
- Track 13-1 Clinical Dermatology
- Track 13-2 Delusions of parasitosis
- Track 13-3Psychogenic excoriations
- Track 13-4 Factitial dermatitis
- Track 13-5Trichotillomania
The study, diagnosis and treatment of the Immune-Mediated Skin Diseases such as psoriasis are termed as Immunodermatology. Autoimmune diseases are those diseases in which our body immune system erroneously acts against our own healthy cells or tissues or parts of the body. Some of the diseases like Systemic Lupus Erythematous (SLE), Bullous Pemphigoid (BP) and Pemphigus Vulgaris (PV) fall under this category. In case of Systemic Lupus Erythematous (SLE) or commonly known as lupus, most commonly facial tissues are targeted. Though the root cause is not entirely clear, it is believed that some hormones, environmental and genetic factors are responsible for the occurrence of the disease. There is no medication wbut corticosteroids, immunosuppressants, hydroxychloroquine and methotrexate will help to diminish the effects. Bullous Pemphigoid and Pemphigus Vulgaris are rare chronic blistering skin diseases which come under Type II Hypersensitivity and are autoimmune disorders. Immunofluorescence study will help to diagnose these diseases.
- Track 14-1 Photo-immunology
- Track 14-2Immunosuppressive agents
- Track 14-3 Immunosuppressive drugs
- Track 14-4Pemphigus
- Track 14-5 Leprosy
- Track 14-6 Retrovirus infection
- Track 14-7Psoriasis
- Track 14-8 Atopic eczema
- Track 14-9Allergic contact dermatitis
- Track 14-10 Hidradenitis suppurativa
- Track 14-11Antirejection medications
- Track 15-1 Treatment of Benign Cutaneous Lesions
- Track 15-2 Sun-damaged skin
- Track 15-3 Seborrheic keratosis
- Track 15-4Viral skin infections
The Laser Center sees an ever-increasing number of patients who seek treatment of their port-wine stains, angiomas, superficial hemangiomas, hypertrophic scars, and warts with the vascular dye laser. Using the ultra-pulsed CO2 laser for the treatment of epidermal nevi, angiofibromas, nevus sebacei which are extensive can be accomplished with minimal scars. Patients with Nevus of Ito and Ota, as well as tattoo patients are treated with the Q-switched yag laser with the expected excellent results.
- Track 16-1Vascular dye laser for port wine stains, ulcerated cavernous hemangiomas, pyogenic granulomas, telangiectasias, cherry angiomas, capillary hemangiomas, keloids, hypertrophic scars, and warts.
- Track 16-2 Laser hair removal
- Track 16-3 Laser Tattoo removal
- Track 16-4Ultrapulse CO2 Laser for removal of epidermal nevi
- Track 16-5 Topical PUVA for treatment of vitiligo
Dermatopathology is a subspecialty that deals with the study of dermatology and pathology and targets on the analysis of cutaneous illness at a minuscule and atomic level. It additionally includes observations of the probable reasons for skin illnesses at a significant level. Dermatopathologists and clinical dermatologists work in cooperation with each other, which brings the causative element of the disease to the knowledge of the dermatopathologist and results in a specific interpretation of treatment process.
- Track 17-1Immunofluorescence
- Track 17-2 Electron microscopy
- Track 17-3Molecular-pathologic analysis
- Track 17-4Flow cytometry
Dermato-venerology is a branch of dermatology which deals with the study of sexually transmitted diseases whose consequences give birth to skin diseases. Venereology and dermatology can be studied together as in most of the sexually transmitted diseases the foremost symptom appears on the skin. Bacteria, virus and parasites are the major causative agents for veneral diseases.
- Track 18-1HIV infection, syphilis, gonorrhea, candidiasis, herpes simplex, human papillomavirus
- Track 18-2Sexually transmitted infections: chancroid, lymphogranuloma venereum, granuloma inguinale, hepatitis B, and cytomegalovirus infection.
- Track 18-3Recent Advances in Venereology
Normally, the color of hair and skin is determined by melanin. Vitiligo occurs when the cells that produce melanin die or stop functioning. Vitiligo affects people of all skin types, but it may be more noticeable in people with darker skin. The condition is not life-threatening or contagious. It can be stressful or make you feel bad about yourself. Treatment for vitiligo may restore color to the affected skin. But it does not prevent continued loss of skin color or a recurrence.
- Track 20-1Focal vitiligo
- Track 20-2Segmental vitiligo
- Track 20-3Acrofacial vitiligo
- Track 20-4Vitiligo vulgaris
- Track 20-5 Vitiligo universalis