Your dermatologist: specialist in dermatology
Your dermatologist is the specialist for all skin and sexually transmitted diseases. Through several years of additional training, he has the extensive specialist knowledge required for this. By participating in advanced training courses, he is always up to date with the latest dermatological research. Your dermatologist will give you reliable advice when it comes to questions about the skin, the largest human organ. All questions regarding the detection, treatment and prevention of diseases of the skin and its appendages such as hair and nails, questions about career choice, the influences of environmental substances can be answered.
The dermatologist is also the right contact for the subject of skin rehabilitation or skin protection. Due to his special knowledge, he is very well suited to explain and carry out the options for correcting cosmetically disturbing skin changes. Your dermatologist can reliably differentiate between the often similar looking skin diseases and initiate the right therapy.
Additional training guarantees that you will receive a differentiated clarification if you have any questions about allergic symptoms.
Additional knowledge is also required for venous disorders (phlebology) or rectal disease (proctology), which is secured with the acquisition of qualifications (additional designations).
In the field of laser medicine, the abbreviation DALM (Diploma Aesthetic Laser Medicine) is a quality criterion.
The spectrum of diseases in detail for treatment by a dermatologist:
- Inflammatory and allergic skin diseases such as psoriasis, neurodermatitis, hives, occupational eczema, environmental damage, hay fever.
- Diseases of the mouth, rectum and genital mucosa (including mucosal warts, hemorrhoids)
- Congenital malformations of the skin like all types of birthmarks, blood sponge in babies
- Benign and malignant skin tumors (skin cancer)
- Cornification disorders and other malfunctions of the skin and skin glands such as acne, increased sweat secretion, very dry skin
- Hair and nail disorders
- Diseases of the veins (including varicose veins, open legs)
- Infections of the skin and mucous membranes caused by fungi, bacteria and viruses (athlete’s foot, pustules, warts, herpes, shingles)
- Diseases caused by skin parasites (lice, scabies, ticks)
- Age changes of the skin such as wrinkling, age warts, pigment disorders, itching) – disorders of sexuality and fertility in men
- Sexually transmitted diseases (syphilis, gonorrhea, AIDS)
- Skin changes in internal diseases (circulatory disorders, diabetes)
- Drug side effects on the skin
Explanation of terms
- Allergology = allergic diseases of the skin and mucous membranes
- Andrology = men’s medicine
- Dermatology = skin diseases
- Histology = microscopic examination of tissue / skin samples
- Phlebology = diseases of the veins
- Proctology = diseases of the rectum
- Venereology = sexually transmitted diseases
Inflammatory skin diseases: psoriasis, eczema, lichen planus
Psoriasis (psoriasis) is a chronic inflammatory skin disease based on genetic predisposition. There is an extremely persistent appearance of red scaly patches, for example in the area of the hairy head, knees, elbows or the perianal area. In severe cases, the entire skin can be affected. The therapy for psoriasis vulgaris has changed in recent years. In the best skin doctor in south delhi, both the classic procedures such as ointment therapy, UV light therapy, but also drug therapy forms including the so-called biologicals are established. Prof. Dr. med. von den Driesch is listed in the FOCUS TOP-Mediziner 2019 doctor list for this area.
is an intolerance reaction of the skin, which can have a very different cause. Basically, one can distinguish so-called endogenous eczema (“neurodermatitis”) from contact eczema and eczema from other causes. Since the different forms of eczema always look very similar on the skin and under the microscope, a precise evaluation of the causes of eczema is necessary. This applies in particular to neurodermatitis, an increasingly common disease from which one in four children now suffers. We pay particular attention to these patients. In addition to classic ointment and UV therapies, we also offer drug therapies and extensive allergological investigations.
We are also happy to arrange certified neurodermatitis training for parents of affected children. In the case of eczema caused by work, we are able to pinpoint the cause and, if possible, remedy it. If this is not possible, we support the patient in processing the requirements for compensation from the employers’ liability insurance association.
The lichen planus is the third most common inflammatory skin disease. Still very little is known about the cause of this condition, which some authors attribute to stress. Our clinic has extensive experience in the treatment of all forms of lichen planus.
Dermatology in Practice
The skin serves as a protective barrier against environmental influences, regulates the heat and water balance and senses touch, pressure, cold, warmth and pain through sensory cells.
Dermatology (from Greek: δέρμα – derma “skin” and -logie, from λόγος – teaching) is an important branch of medicine and includes special focuses: detection, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of diseases of the skin and mucous membrane, including the genital organs as well the skin appendages (including hair, nails, sweat glands).
Our core competencies include the treatment of acne, rosacea, neurodermatitis, psoriasis, urticaria, collagenoses, bacterial, viral and fungal skin diseases. Likewise the treatment of benign and malignant skin tumors and the large area of allergology as well as, last but not least, the psychosomatics of skin diseases.