f. Prof. Dr. D. Tsambaos, f. Αssoc. Prof. Dr. A. Monastirli
Dermatologists-Venereologists

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Skin Diseases

The Center for Dermatologic Diseases provides a variety of state of the art services for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the skin and its appendages (hair, nails, glands), the most significant of which are summarized as follows:

    1. Keratinization disorders
      1.1    Psoriasis
      1.2    Ichthyosis
      1.3    Pityriasis rubra pilaris
      1.4    Lichen planus and lichenoid dermatoses
      1.5    Flegel’s disease
      1.6    Porokeratosis  Mibeli
    2. Eczematous disorders
      2.1   Contact dermatitis
      2.1.1   Allergic
      2.1.2   Toxic (irritant)
      2.1.3   Atopic dermatitis (in infants, children, adults)
      2.1.4   Seborrhoeic dermatitis
      2.1.5   Nummular dermatitis
      2.1.6   Dyshidrotic dermatitis
      2.2    Other forms of dermatitis
      2.2.1   Asteatotic eczema
      2.2.2   Stasis dermatitis
      2.2.3   Autosensitization dermatitis
      2.3    Occupational dermatoses
    3. UrticariaAngioedema
      3.1   Urticaria
      3.1.1   Sponaneous urticarial (acute and chronic)
      3.1.2    Urticaria due to physical agents
      3.1.2.1    Heat urticaria
      3.1.2.2   Cold urticaria
      3.1.2.3    Solar urticaria
      3.1.2.4    Aquagenic urticaria
      3.1.2.5    Pressure urticaria
      3.1.2.6    Dermographism
      3.1.2.7    Cholinergic urticarial
      3.1.3    Contact urticaria3.2   Angioedema
      3.2.1    Hereditary angioedema (types Ι, ΙΙ, ΙΙΙ)
      3.2.2    Acquired angioedema
    4. Hypersensitivity disorders
      4.1. Drug eruptions
      4.2 Erythema multiforme
      4.3 Stevens-Johnson syndrome
      4.4 Toxic epidermal necrolysis
      4.5 Vasculitis
      4.5.1 Small sized vessels
      4.5.2 Medium sized vessels
      4.5.3 Large sized vessels
      4.6 Purpura
    5. Autoimmune diseases
      5.1    Lupus erythematosus (acute, subacute and chronic cutaneous, systemic, neonatal, drug-induced)
      5.2    Scleroderma (morphea/lichen sclerosus, systemic)
      5.3    Dermatomyositis
      5.4    Mixed connective tissue disease
      5.5    Sjögren’s syndrome
      5.6    Raynaud syndrome
      5.7    Still’s disease
    6. Bullous diseases
      6.1    Pemphigus (vulgaris, foliaceusς, erythematosus, vegetans, paraneoplastic)
      6.2    Pemphigoid (bullous, mucous membrane)
      6.3    Dermatitis herpetiformis
      6.4    Linear bullous IgA dermatosis
      6.5    Epidermolysis bullosa (hereditary,acquired)
    7. Pregnancy dermatoses
      7.1    PUPP disease
      7.2    Pemphigoid gestationis
      7.3    Polymorphic eruption of pregnancy
      7.4    Prurigo and folliculitis of pregnancy
    8. Dermatoses of Neonates, Infants and Children
    9. Genodermatoses
      9.1    Ichthyoses
      9.2    Erythrokeratodermas
      9.3    Keratodermas
      9.4    Darier’s disease  (Follicular dyskeratosis)
      9.5    Hailey-Hailey disease (Familial benign pemphigus)
      9.6    Neurofibromatosis
      9.7    Tuberous sclerosis
      9.8    Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
      9.9    Pseudoxanthoma elasticum
      9.10  Cutis laxa
      9.11   Atrofodermas
    10. Cutaneous infections
      10.1    Bacterial
      10.2    Mycobacterial
      10.3    Rickettsial
      10.4    Fungal
      10.5    Viral
      10.6    Parasitic
    11. Pigmentation disorders
      11.1    Vitiligo
      11.2    Other leukodermas
      11.3    Oculocutaneous albinism
      11.4    Hyperpigmentation
      11.4.1   Melasma
      11.4.2     Drug-induced hyperpigmentation
      11.4.3     Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
      11.4.4     Other hyperpigmentary diseases
      11.5    Discolorations
      11.5.1     Genetic
      11.5.2     Due to drugs/chemical agents
      11.5.3     Due to infections
    12. Metabolic disorders
      12.1    Mucinoses
      12.2    Mucopolysaccharidoses
      12.3    Amyloidoses
      12.4    Porphyrias
      12.5    Lipoid proteinosis
      12.6    Calcinosis cutis
    13. Disorders due to physical/chemical agents
      13.1   UV-light (Photodermatoses)
      13.2   Heat, cold, electric current, Χ-rays
      13.3   Mechanical
      13.4   Chemical agents
    14. Diseases of subcutaneous fat
      14.1    Panniculitis
      14.1.1   Reactive
      14.1.2   Metabolic
      14.1.3   Traumatic
      14.1.4   In the setting of autoimmune diseases
      14.1.5   Infection-induced
      14.2    Lipodystrophies
      14.2.1  Lipoatrophies
      14.2.2  Lipohypertrophies
    15. Adnexal disorders
      15.1    Acne
      15.2    Folliculitis
      15.3    Rosacea
      15.4    Sweat gland diseases15.5    Hair disorders
      15.5.1   Alopecias
      15.5.2  Hypertrichosis
      15.5.3  Hirsutism
      15.5.4  Structural/anatomic abnormalities
      15.6  Nail disorders
      15.6.1  Structural/anatomic abnormalities
      15.6.2  Infections
      15.6.3  Neoplasms
      15.6.4  Discoloration
    16. Cutaneous neoplasms
      16.1    Benign16.2    Malignant
      16.2.1  Basal cell carcinoma
      16.2.2  Squamous cell carcinoma
      16.2.3  Melanoma
      16.2.4   Angiosarcoma and other vascular neoplasms
      16.2.5   Merkel cell carcinoma
      16.2.6   Parapsoriasis/Cutaneous lymphoma
      16.2.7   Other lympho- and myeloproliferative disorders
      16.2.8   Cutaneous metastases of internal malignancies
    17. Cutaneous manifestations of systemic diseases

 

Center for Dermatologic Diseases

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