Spots on the skin ( rashes in the form of spots ) - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment .MF .

August 12, 2017 17:52 | Leather

Spot - skin discoloration, not protruding above the color may be different, if a lot of melanin (skin pigment), the color will be brown, black, bluish, if a little melanin, on the contrary light if inflammatory changes, then red.

Eruptions in the form of spots are found in the following diseases (listed most common):

spots on the skin brown when:

  • nevus Becker
  • erythrasma (bacterial infection that affects the interdigital spaces feet, inguinal folds, armpits)
  • resistant drug rash (reaction to certain medications)
  • freckles
  • border nevi (flat and slightly raised spots. If you are located on the palms of the hands, genitals and mucous membrane, it is dangerous (the border), because they can go in melanoma)
  • lentigines (benign stains due to exposed skin)
  • malignant lentigo (a form of melanoma)
  • melasma (= chloasma) (spots on the face and neck, in genetically predisposed women, occurs during the 2 and 3 trimesterspregnancy and some women taking oral contraceptives drugs;rarely occur
    s in men)
  • photoallergic rash (occurs when an excess of sun exposure, or some medications can cause increased sensitivity to the sun)
  • stagnant dermatitis (often affects the legs, accompanied by edema, varicose and dilated veins)
  • black lichen palms(pathogen-mold fungus)

spots on the skin blue with:

  • ink (tattoo)
  • sky-blue spots (lice)
  • Mongolian spot

spot on the skin of red color at:

  • drug rash (allergic reaction to medication)
  • juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (with the inflammation of the joints)
  • rheumatic fever
  • secondary syphilis
  • viral rash (rash resulting from viral infection)

hypopigmented spot on the skinwhen:

  • anemic nevus (colorless)
  • postinflammatory psoriasis (after resolution of psoriatic plaques are bright spots)
  • pityriasis (multicolored) versicolor (a fungal disease)
  • tuberous sclerosis (a rare genetic disorder, with the defeat of the internal organs, including thecentral nervous system)
  • vitiligo (of unknown origin a disease in which broken melanocytes)
  • radiation dermatitis

For diagnosis and treatment purposes need to consult a doctor:

  • dermatologist
  • allergist (allergic diseases)
  • surgeon (purulent rotsessah.napr.carbuncle, boil, et al., especially when multiple or large items)
  • infectious diseases (infectious diseases)
  • neurologist (with herpes zoster, because the nervous system is involved)
  • oncologist (neoplasms)