Effects of Aging on Skin

The accumulation of structural and functional changes in an organism as a result of time is known as ageing. The alterations appear as a loss in fertility and physiological functions from the height of the organism's fertility through death. Damage accumulation could lead to biological systems failing, or to the concept of planned ageing, in which difficulties with internal mechanisms cause ageing. It's important to distinguish between programmed cell death and programmed ageing. There are also other factors that can accelerate the process of ageing in creatures, including humans, such as obesity and a weakened immune system.

Tracks:

  • Gerontology and Non-genetic theories
  • Wear-and-tear theory and Psycho-sociological theory
  • Cross-linking theory and Autoimmune theory
  • Glycation theory and Oxidative damage theory
  • Skin Changes and Diseases in Pregnancy
  • Neonatal Dermatology
  • Pediatric and Adolescent Dermatology

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