Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

                                     Dermatopathology is a branch which combines both dermatology and pathological studies. It explains about the histology of the skin which includes, Protection, thermoregulation, metabolic functions, circulation of the dermis and epidermis. Non-neoplastic disorders which are also called as tumours are one the major disorders of skin. Some of the diseases include, sarcoma, carcinoma, brain tumour, fibroid tumour etc. Body’s own tissue can cause abnormal inflammation which may result in damage to normal tissues such as, redness, swelling, stiffness, chronic pain etc. Auto immune diseases are amongst the serious one’s which include Bullous pemphigoid, Dermatitis Herpetiformis, Pemphigus Vulgaris. A dermatopathologist is a specialist who analyses skin diseases through microscope and they work in close association with clinical dermatologists.

                                   

  • Track 1-1Histology of the skin
  • Track 1-2Non neoplastic disorders
  • Track 1-3Pathology of special sites
  • Track 1-4Blistering Skin Disorders
  • Track 1-5Tumors and pseudo tumors of subcutis

The impact of bioactive skin care ingredient technology and drug delivery systems have resulted in development and advancement of cosmeceuticals in the field of cosmetic dermatology. Most of the dermatological procedures can improve the appearance of the skin by treating scars, acne and wrinkles. Some of the non-surgical treatments of the body include Stretch mark removal, Schlerotherpathy vein removal, Laser tattoo removal and Zerona. Facial skin treatments include chemical peels, Thermage for the face and eyes, Laser skin surfacing and skin tightening. Dermal fillers and injectables reduce the appearance of the skin wrinkling. Similarly, popular injectable treatments include Sculptra, Restylane, and Perlane. To improve the overall appearance and the well being of the skin many chemical and mechanical skin resurfacing methods have been utilized by humans.

  • Track 2-1Dermabrasion
  • Track 2-2Skin hydration
  • Track 2-3Androgenic alopecia
  • Track 2-4Superficial Skin resurfacing
  • Track 2-5Photoaging and pigmentary changes in skin
  • Track 2-6Skin care ingredient technologies

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 3-1Differential diagnosis of skin diseases
  • Track 3-2Latest clinical protocols
  • Track 3-3Guidance regarding the treatment
  • Track 3-4Nutricosmetics
  • Track 3-5Critical care and treatment

Psychodermatology is the treatment of skin disorders using psychological  and psychiatric techniques. It is also called as the controversial speciality of dermatology. Frequently treated conditions are: psoriasis, eczema, hives, genital and oral herpes, acne, warts, skin allergies, pain and burning sensations, hair loss and compulsive skin picking and hair pulling. Psychological or psychiatric treatments are the primary treatments include relaxation, meditation, hypnosis and self-hypnosis, psychotropic medications, biofeedback, and focused psychotherapy.

  • Track 4-1hypothesis
  • Track 4-2Hypnosis
  • Track 4-3Conditions and treatments
  • Track 4-4Controversy

                                  A study of combination of both pediatrics and skin diseases is termed as Pediatric dermatology. A medical practitioner who is specialized in this field is called a pediatrician/ pediatric dermatologist. Children gets affected by auto immune diseases such as Juvenile Dermatomyositis which is a deliberate disorder. The clinical phenotype of myositis in children is approximately 80% and similarly, the patients with JDM often have photosensitive rashes including erythema. A very common disorder in children include anaemia which results from lack of red blood corpuscles that leads to reduced oxygen flow to body’s organs. Symptoms of anaemia are fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness etc. Splenectomy is a minimally invasive pediatric surgery in which the spleen is removed by operation. In most cases splenectomy can be performed laparoscopically by a surgeon.

  • Track 5-1Growth factors
  • Track 5-2Genetic syndrome
  • Track 5-3Immunodeficiency
  • Track 5-4Anaemia
  • Track 5-5Pediatrician

                                  A study of combination of both pediatrics and skin diseases is termed as Pediatric dermatology. A medical practitioner who is specialized in this field is called a pediatrician/ pediatric dermatologist. Children gets affected by auto immune diseases such as Juvenile Dermatomyositis which is a deliberate disorder. The clinical phenotype of myositis in children is approximately 80% and similarly, the patients with JDM often have photosensitive rashes including erythema. A very common disorder in children include anaemia which results from lack of red blood corpuscles that leads to reduced oxygen flow to body’s organs. Symptoms of anaemia are fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness etc. Splenectomy is a minimally invasive pediatric surgery in which the spleen is removed by operation. In most cases splenectomy can be performed laparoscopically by a surgeon.

  • Track 6-1Causes and risk factors of skin writing
  • Track 6-2Severities of dermographia
  • Track 6-3Treatment access and advocacy
  • Track 6-4Skin abnormalities

          A branch of pharmacology which is concerned with the movement and excretion of drugs is known as pharmacokinetics. Some of the dermatological treatments include cleansing agents, anti-infective agents, antipruritics etc and the combination vehicles contain propylene and polyethylene glycol. Keratolytics is a technique which is commonly used for softening of epidermal cells and similarly Salicylic acid is used to treat acne, warts and psoriasis. Anti-histamine like Doxepin is used in treating itching of nummular dermatitis, atopic dermatitis etc. Some of the commonly used drugs are pramoxine, clindamycin, Clobetasol, bacitracin, erythromycin etc.

 

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  • Track 7-1Systematic drugs for skin diseases
  • Track 7-2Contraindications
  • Track 7-3Pharmacokinetics
  • Track 7-4Agents used for treatments of management
  • Track 7-5Dermatologic drugs during pregnancies

                               Melanoma is a type of cancer that is developed from pigment containing cells known as melanocytes. Skin cancer is most common with increasing age, but malignant melanoma is high in younger people. About 70% people who have cancer are still alive after being diagnosed. The most aggressive form of skin cancer is melanoma. Symptoms of this type of cancer include appearance of lumps in skin, formation of acne in bones and so on. Treatments like Immunotherapy and Chemotherapy are often recommended to treat Melanoma. Usually adjuvant therapy is offered after the removal of all detectable diseases by surgical treatments. The US food and the drug administration has approved three combinations of new medications to cure melanoma. When the cancer has spread to all parts of the body, the treatments may be complex.

  • Track 8-1Surgical management
  • Track 8-2Therapies of melanoma
  • Track 8-3Therapeutic implications
  • Track 8-4Neoadjuvant Therapy
  • Track 8-5Role of immune system in melanoma

                                 Ayurveda is one of the world’s oldest medical systems. This type of medicine employs the use of herbal compounds, oil massages and lifestyle changes. There have been a very few clinical trials on the use of ayurvedic medicine for dermatologic diseases. The common ingredients in ayurvedic medications include Curcuma longa (Ginger) and additionally Curcumin is used to down regulate kinases in patients with psoriasis. Since, ayurvedic medicine contains a variety of products containing herbs, there is a potential of interaction with conventional medications.

 

  • Track 9-1Diagnosis of pox
  • Track 9-2Psoriasis
  • Track 9-3Diagnosis of allergic skin manifestations
  • Track 9-4Ayurvedic management of keloids
  • Track 9-5Herbal Medicines for Freckles

Development of cutaneous disease with effects of chemical and lights is termed as drug photosensitivity. However, one or more cutaneous manifestations may occur when photoactivation of the chemical occurs. Some of the manifestations include pseudo porphyria, photo allergic reactions etc.  Sun burns and non melanomal skin cancers are caused by UV-B wavelengths. Usually it is difficult to differentiate between photoallergic and phototoxic reactions. 1-2% of patients are affected with acute photosensitivity disorders. Craniofacial reconstruction is a type of technique in which the abnormalities or genetic disorders in a child’s skull or face is repaired by a plastic surgeon. With the help of plastic surgery, the skin attains proper development to regain its function and gives a normal appearance. Patients who have underwent burns on traumatic injury is mostly counselled with Face transplant therapy. Radiation therapies include X-ray therapy, electron therapy and brachytherapy.

  • Track 10-1Plastic and reconstructive Surgery
  • Track 10-2Surgical Dressings and wound healing
  • Track 10-3Effect of Nano particles
  • Track 10-4Wound treatment
  • Track 10-5Dynamic Properties of stratum corneum

                                                Rashes are extremely common in new-born’s and can be a significant source of parental concern. Immaturity of skin disease structures results in Milia and Miliaria. During the first four weeks of life a variety of changes exhibit in a new-born’s skin. Physicians of the infants can identify common skin lesions and counsel parents appropriately. The most popular eruption in new-born’s is erythema Toxicum Neonatorum which is present at the time of birth but more often appears during the second or third day of life. Lesions usually occur on trunk, face and proximal extremities. 20% of the new-borns are affected by acne neonatorum which are diagnosed by lotions. Temperature regulation is fundamental immediately after the birth.      

 

  • Track 11-1Skin care and Toxicology
  • Track 11-2Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures
  • Track 11-3Premature infants
  • Track 11-4Fetal skin Development
  • Track 11-5Integumentary System

The principle purpose of aesthetical surgery is to improve the appearance of skin. Some of the major types of aesthetical surgery on radiation therapy include rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty etc. Cosmetic surgery is growing in popularity across the world with 15.1million cosmetic procedures. Mammoplasty is one of the most prevailed techniques under aesthetical surgery in which the breast augmentation is performed using silicone gel or saline. Surgical management of morbid obesity is termed as Bariatric surgery. Operative procedures of bariatric surgery include vertical banded gastroplasty, biliopancreatic diversion/ duodenal switch and so on. Patients with hypertension and diabetes mellitus are usually treated with this type of surgery. Some of the complications are deep vein thrombosis, incisional hernia, wound dehiscence, pneumonia etc. Panniculectomy is a type of reconstructive surgery in which the patient’s excess abdominal wall fat is removed after the weight loss.

 

  • Track 12-1Weight loss therapy
  • Track 12-2Sleeve Gastrectomy/ Biliopancreatic Diversion
  • Track 12-3Advances in weight loss management and devices
  • Track 12-4Clinical techniques in aesthetic surgery
  • Track 12-5Radiology and Oncology

                                       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 13-1Clinical epidemiologic principles
  • Track 13-2Protective and risk factors
  • Track 13-3Observational and interventional studies
  • Track 13-4Prognosis of diseases

                                             Geno dermatoses are genetic diseases with cutaneous expression. The estimation of genetic risks requires accuracy and thus genetic counselling is important in dermatological practice. Some are characterized particularly by alterations in the normal keratinization process referred as Geno keratoses. Permanent defect in dermal epidermal adhesion causes epidermolysis bullosa. The diagnostic methods include Electron microscope examination and so on. Xeroderma Pigmentosum is a genetic disorder of DNA repair in which the ability to repair damage caused by ultraviolent is deficient. The treatment for this disorder includes cryotherapy and avoiding exposure to sunlight etc. Only 40% of the individuals with this disease survive beyond the age of 20. Some of the congenital malformations and deformations of skin diseases ichthyosis vulgaris, X linked ichthyosis etc.

  • Track 14-1Keratinization
  • Track 14-2Disorders with malignant potential
  • Track 14-3Genetic Blistering Disorders
  • Track 14-4Pigmentation Disorders
  • Track 14-5Focal Dermal hypoplasia

A group of diseases that results in inflammation of the skin is known as dermatitis.  Symptoms of this disorder include blisters, itchy skin, redness, swelling and rashes. Common types of dermatitis are Atopic, Seborrheic, dyshidrotic dermatitis. Risk factors are like environment, allergy, health conditions and asthma. A dermatologist may perform a skin biopsy under a microscope to help to diagnose the cause. Treatments for this type of disorders include phototherapy, creams or lotions for dry skin, oatmeal baths to relieve itching, medications to reduce allergies and itching. There are some of the alternative therapies like acupuncture, massage and yoga to reduce stress. Dietary supplements such as vitamin D and probiotics helps to manage those symptoms of the disease.

  • Track 15-1Eczema in babies
  • Track 15-2Lichenoids dermatitis treatments
  • Track 15-3Natural remedies
  • Track 15-4Advanced lotions and creams for cure
  • Track 15-5Epiluminescence light microscopy
  • Track 15-6Advanced instruments used in dermatoscopy
  • Track 15-7Dermoscopic patterns in childrens and adolescents

Accurate examination of skin lesions with the help of dermatoscope is termed as Dermatoscopy. This instrument is very useful in diagnosing Melanoma disorders. The main modes of dermatoscopy includes Non- polarized light and polarized light. Digital dermatoscopy is used in storage of images and some of the common systems of this instrument include Fotofinder, Easy scan and Molemax. Hair and scalp diseases such as Alopecia areata, wooly hair syndrome are diagnosed by trichoscopy. One of the typical application of dermatoscopy is early detection of melanoma.

  • Track 16-1Epiluminescence light microscopy
  • Track 16-2Advanced instruments used in dermatoscopy
  • Track 16-3Dermoscopic patterns in childrens and adolescents
  • Track 16-4Recent advances in dermatoscopy

The approach to the clinically uninvolved regional Lymph nodes for melanoma patients has been the ongoing controversary in the field of dermatology. Cryosurgery has been used as a treatment for a variety of cutaneous lesions. Different techniques are available in cryosurgery, but the clinician must be very careful in assessment of each patient with the appropriate use of cryotherapy. Lots of effects and complications are involved in handling cryosurgery so proper management should be instituted by the clinicians. Tattoos are considered as single dose exposure and controlling the safety of tattoo inks by banning potential chemicals is unsuccessful due to lack of documentation of clinical and epidemiological relevance. Tattoo complications are very complicated with many entities and disease mechanisms and thus they are a new sub speciality in medicine and dermatology.

  • Track 17-1Stress related problems
  • Track 17-2Facial Skin flaws
  • Track 17-3A breakout that acne treatments can’t fix
  • Track 17-4Clinical issues

The development of new targets for psoriasis treatment has instituted many new therapies on the field of dermatology. Firstly, the patient should be addressed with educational and psychological needs. A resource named National Psoriasis foundation is offering patients about the social implications and a host of materials on how to manage the disease. Some patients are treated with topical treatments and some of them can be treated directly on phototherapy or systemic treatments. Steroids pulse therapies in dermatology are most commonly used for auto immune conditions and inflammatory disorders as they are less toxic. The administration of supra therapeutic steroids in intermittent manner to enhance the therapeutic effects is termed as pulse therapy.   

  • Track 18-1 List of Surgeries
  • Track 18-2Essential procedures for emergency and primary care
  • Track 18-3Ayurvedic therapies
  • Track 18-4Current reports on derm therapies
  • Track 18-5Opinions about etiology and dermo therapies

Exchange of medical information over a distance using audio, visual and data communication with the help of telecommunication technologies is termed as tele dermatology. Tele medicine and e-health are the most commonly used applications. Tele dermatology helps to reduce time and costs. Mobile Telemedicine is a system in which at least one participant uses handheld devices in contrast to conventional stationary telemedicine platforms. Tele dermatopathology is the transmission of dermatopathologic images either in real-time with the aid of a robotic microscope or using a store-and-forward system.

 

  • Track 19-1Global dermatology drugs in market
  • Track 19-2Tele dermatology market analysis
  • Track 19-3Cosmeceuticals
  • Track 19-4Market overview
  • Track 19-5Share, growth, size and demand of dermatology in market