Clinical Dermatology precise practical information on diagnosis and management of clinical disorders. Diagnosis is mainly based on the distribution of lesions and on their configuration and morphology. Depending on the diseases suggested by the morphology, skin diseases are examined and analysed. Many drugs are used as clinical protocols in treating clinical diseases. Botulinum toxin is used in clinical dermatology to treat some of the auto immune disorders such as primary hyperhidrosis and many skin diseases. The appealing of nutricosmetics lies in the increasing pursuit of wellness. The market for nutricosmetics is set to hit $7.2 billion by 2020 in which the sales of vitamins have overtook the painkillers for the first time. These drugs boost an individual’s collagen and human growth hormone production which protects the skin against radial damage.
- Track 1-1 Differential diagnosis of skin diseases
- Track 2-2 Latest clinical protocols
- Track 3-3 Guidance regarding the treatment
- Track 4-4 Nutricosmetics
- Track 5-5 Critical care and treatment