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Dr. Maria Antonia Gonzalez Ensenat Child Dermatology is a leading company specializing in medical and surgical dermatology and venereology. Graduated from the University of Barcelona, as part of medical associations and is very active when performing publications for both national and international journals.
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• More than 30 years of experience• Head of the Dermatology Hospital of Sant Joan de Deu (present)
• Medical resident of Dermatology via MIR at the Hospital Clínic• Medical resident of Internal Medicine at the Residence General Alvarez de Castro de Girona ...
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Barcelona• Dermatology Specialist
Publications and conferences
• Communications to national and international conferences• Assistance postgraduate courses
• Participation in research projects and clinical trials• Publications in international and national journals ...
• Member of Ibero Americano Latino College of Dermatology• Member of the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology
• Member of Spanish Pediatric Dermatology Group of AEDV• Member of the European Society of Pediatric Dermatology ...
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Nevi or moles are common pigmented lesions in children. They usually appear during childhood or adolescence with no known cause, grow with your patienNevi or moles are common pigmented lesions in children. They usually appear during childhood or adolescence with no known cause, grow with your patient tend to darken. No complications often lead but it is important to check a dermatologist to rule out a possible melanoma. Types of common nevi in childhood: Melanocytic nevi, the common mole Congenital nevus, moles or birthmarks Dysplastic nevi, those large size moles that are irregular in shape and have more than one color Spitz nevus, moles that look like bumps, usually pink
Skin infections are skin diseases produced by the attack of various types of germs that cause a local reaction in which different cells and microorganSkin infections are skin diseases produced by the attack of various types of germs that cause a local reaction in which different cells and microorganisms in the skin are destroyed. Initially, the affected area becomes inflamed and has a reddish appearance, with itching and burning, which usually ends up causing an abscess and skin ulcer, or fistula. The most common infections can be classified according to their origin: bacteria, such as Staphylococcus or impetigo; viral, such as warts, molluscum or herpes simplex; those caused by fungi, such as candida infections; or those caused by skin parasites such as scabies or lice. The treatment of skin infections depends on the cause that originates, although most of the cases it will be necessary to clean the wound with hydrogen peroxide or alcohol, and prescription topical antibiotics or oral, as determined by the specialist.
Stains on the skin are skin pigmentation that appear on the skin. Depending on their origin, they can be pigmented or vascular type. The pigment shownStains on the skin are skin pigmentation that appear on the skin. Depending on their origin, they can be pigmented or vascular type. The pigment shown by the excess production of a pigment called melanin generated from melanocytes (skin cells) and stimulated by sunlight, and can be dark and localized (hyperpigmentation) or pale (depigmentation). Meanwhile, vascular stains are caused by congestion of the vessels of the skin, producing red spots on the skin, such as hemangiomas and telangiectasia. In any case, you should consult a dermatologist the appearance of new spots on the skin, especially if they change color or texture, to rule that it is a skin cancer. Depending on the type of stain will opt for simple treatments, such as avoiding sun exposure and use of sunscreens, and the application of peels or laser treatments or depigmentation in the most unsightly stains.
The impetigo is a very common infection in children. It is spread very easily and gradually spread into the body through the fingers or clothing. The The impetigo is a very common infection in children. It is spread very easily and gradually spread into the body through the fingers or clothing. The impetigo is produced by a bacteria when any wound, bite or sting the skin. It usually occurs on the face, hands and arm and babies nappy area.
The angiomas are vascular lesions that often occur in some newborns or shortly after birth. There are different types of lesions: flat angiomas, which are usually present on the face or neck and are violaceo tone;hemangiomas, which are benign vascular tumors reddish;rubi points, which are small reddish spots that usually occur in middle age. Depending on the type and size of angiomas, treatment vary: for angiomas planes and points ruby laser systems or intense pulsed light are applied, while in the hemangiomas are often prescribed medications to reduce injury, although sometimes disappear spontaneously.
Atopic dermatitis is a skin disease, sometimes chronic. Atopic skin shows inflammation and redness continue, is more sensitive because it lacks certain proteins. Atopic dermatitis is more common in babies, may appear within 2 to 6 months of age. Many people overcome over the years.
Dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin, which can generally cause flaking, itching or blisters. There are various types of dermatitis, depending on the cause that originates, although the most common are atopic dermatitis and seborrheic dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis occurs mainly in people with allergies or with relatives who suffer and is associated with other allergic diseases such as conjunctivitis or rhinitis. It usually occurs during the first months of life and is often manifest in the form of redness or crusting on the baby's skin, and itching in specific areas. Instead, seborrheic dermatitis can occur in both adults and children and is characterized by the presence of reddish lesions and peeling of the face or chest.
Molluscum contagiosum is a skin disease caused by a virus that is in the form of papules or small bumps on the skin. It is a very common infection in children, is spread by contact with contaminated objects (clothes, toys,.. ) and usually appear on the face, neck, armpits, arms or hands.
The ránula is a benign cyst that can appear in the mouth, containing mucosa and proceeds benign salivary gland located under the tongue. Usually presents discomfort but no pain on swallowing.
Treatment involves removing the top of the ránula. They can recur if not disposed of properly
Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin disease. This has white or yellowish scales in areas more body fat as the face, scalp or inside the ear. If seborrheic dermatitis affects infants is called cradle cap.
Currently, not the cause of seborrheic dermatitis is known. It seems to be hereditary but can also be caused by hormone levels, weak immune system, lack of nutrients or that the origin of the scales is a fungus called Malassezia.
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