Dermatoepidemiology is an emerging discipline in dermatology. Major aspect of this branch is the determination of global burden to skin diseases. Some of the therapies include Cryosurgery, Hair transplantation, Laser therapy, radiation therapy etc. Clinical epidemiology is concerned with describing the natural history and prognosis of diseases which seek to prevent or treat diseases. Absence of melanin produced by melanocytes causes many pigmentation disorders which are examined by hyper, hypo and de- pigmentation. Some of the Pigmentation disorders include Albinism, Pityriasis alba etc.
- Track 1-1 Clinical epidemiologic principles
- Track 2-2 Protective and risk factors
- Track 3-3 Observational and interventional studies
- Track 4-4 Prognosis of diseases