Ringworm in humans is a fungal infection that affects the skin of the body, nails, and scalp. Tinea (microsporidia) is the medical name for ringworm. This is not a life-threatening condition and is easily treated with medications. This disease is common in children. Ringworm in a child is quickly treated Read more…
skin disorder & treatment
The skin is our largest organ. It is a protective organ, protects our muscles, bones, nerves, blood vessels, and everything that exists within our body. Nails and hair are also part of our skin, although slightly modified. Nails protect the sensitive ends of our fingers and toes.
The skin is essential for our survival. It forms a barrier that prevents harmful substances and microorganisms from entering our body. Protects body tissues against injuries. The skin also controls the loss of fundamental fluids for life, such as blood and water, helps us regulate body temperature through perspiration and protects us from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Without the nerve cells in our skin, we could not feel heat, cold or other sensations.
There are many disorders that can affect the skin,