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Pénfigo

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¿Qué es el pénfigo? El pénfigo es una enfermedad poco frecuente que causa ampollas en muchas partes del cuerpo, incluida la piel y el interior de la boca, la nariz, la garganta, los ojos y los genitales. En el pénfigo, el sistema inmunitario ataca por error las células de la capa superior de la piel.

Esclerodermia

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¿Qué es la esclerodermia? La esclerodermia es una enfermedad reumática autoinmunitaria del tejido conectivo que causa inflamación en la piel y otras áreas del cuerpo. Esta inflamación origina parches de piel dura y gruesa. La esclerodermia afecta muchos sistemas del cuerpo. Una enfermedad del tejido conectivo es aquella que afecta tejidos como la piel, los tendones y los cartílagos. Hay dos tipos de esclerodermia: esclerodermia localizada, que solo afecta la piel y las estructuras directamente debajo de la piel; esclerodermia sistémica, también llamada esclerosis sistémica, que afecta muchos de los sistemas del cuerpo. Este es el tipo más grave de

Lesiones en las placas de crecimiento

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¿Qué son las lesiones en las placas de crecimiento? Las placas de crecimiento son las áreas de tejidos cerca de los extremos de los huesos largos en los niños y los adolescentes que determinan qué longitud y forma tendrá el hueso una vez que ha terminado de crecer. Cada uno de los huesos largos (los huesos de los muslos, los antebrazos, las manos y los dedos) tiene al menos dos placas de crecimiento, una en cada extremo. Una vez que su hijo haya terminado de crecer, las placas de crecimiento se cierran y son reemplazadas por hueso sólido. Debido a

Growth Plate Injuries

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What are growth plate injuries? The growth plate is the area of tissue near the ends of long bones in children and teens that determines what length and shape the bone will be once it is done growing. Each long bone— the thigh bone, the bones in the forearm, and the bones in the hands and fingers—has at least two growth plates, one at each end. Once your child has finished growing, the growth plates close and are replaced by solid bone. The growth plates are weak areas of your child’s growing skeleton, making it easier to injure them. Injuries

Atopic Dermatitis

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What is atopic dermatitis? Atopic dermatitis, often called eczema, is a chronic (long-lasting) disease that causes the skin to become inflamed and irritated, making it extremely itchy. Scratching leads to: Redness. Swelling. Cracking. “Weeping” clear fluid. Crusting. Scaling. In most cases, there are times when the disease is worse, called flares, followed by times when the skin improves or clears up entirely, called remissions. Atopic dermatitis is a common condition, and anyone can get the disease. However, it usually begins in childhood. Atopic dermatitis cannot be spread from person to person. No one knows what causes atopic dermatitis. Depending on

Pemphigus

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What is pemphigus? Pemphigus is a rare disease that causes blistering on many parts of the body, including the skin and the inside of the mouth, nose, throat, eyes, and genitals. In pemphigus, the immune system mistakenly attacks cells in the top layer of the skin.

Scleroderma

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What is scleroderma? Scleroderma is an autoimmune connective tissue and rheumatic disease that causes inflammation in the skin and other areas of the body. This inflammation leads to patches of tight, hard skin. Scleroderma involves many systems in your body. A connective tissue disease is one that affects tissues such as skin, tendons, and cartilage. There are two major types of scleroderma: Localized scleroderma only affects the skin and the structures directly under the skin. Systemic scleroderma, also called systemic sclerosis, affects many systems in the body. This is the more serious type of scleroderma and can damage your blood