Childhood Skin Conditions

Alopecia

Learn about the causes and management strategies for alopecia in children.

Haemangiomas

Haemangiomas are large or small skin lesions observed at birth or shortly after birth.

Nevi

Nevi are seen in about 1% of newborns and they are also seen universally in older children and…

Common warts

Warts are caused by the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). This virus causes rapid proliferation of the skin cells, resulting in…

Hypertrichosis

The management of excessive hairiness in children is possible through various management strategies…

Vitiligo

The most effective treatment for vitiligo includes phototherapy and combination therapy.

Angiomas

Spider angioma is more common among children but it may appear on adults, too.

Spots

Spots are usually benign skin lesions, but proper diagnosis by a specialised dermatologist is necessary to determine…

Papillomas

Small lesions that can be clipped off at their base using the appropriate Laser device with little or no anaesthesia.