Dermatology

Acne

Acne is a common disease amongst teens. But it can also occur on later ages of life. Usually, clinical manifestations are pimples whiteheads and blackheads.

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Actinic keratosis

Actinic keratosis describes a skin condition of sun damaged skin, usually located on nose/face, scalp, chest or back of the hand.

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Basal Cel Carcinoma

Basal Cell Carcinoma is a superficially growing skin cancer. It grows very slowly and normally does not spread via lymphatic or blood vessels.

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Birthmark

Birthmarks/ moles are benign piled pigmentation cells in the skin. This is a normal phenomenon and can be present from birth on. Most birthmarks however, don’t arise until later in life.

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Constitutional eczema

This itchy skin condition often appears in early childhood. There is a higher chance of developing allergies and it can come along with hay fever or asthma.

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Cosmetic dermatology

We perform several cosmetic procedures at Parkwegkliniek Sommer.

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Excessive sweating

People who suffer from excessive sweating endure heavy perspiration in the armpits, hands, feet and sometimes on the forehead as well.

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Hives

Hives, also known as urticaria (urtica = nettle) is a rash, often fiercely itchy, that develops in a very short period of time and can cover the entire body.

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Leg ulcer

An ulcus cruris is also called a leg ulcer. This is a wound on the lower leg. This wound is not healing and is often present for months, sometimes even years.

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Melanoma

The melanoma often is a pigmented skin cancer and stands out because of its dark colour. This form of cancer consists of pigment cells (melanocytes).

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Nail fungus

We speak of nail fungus when a nail is infected with a fungal nail infection. Fungal nails can become thickened or discolored, brittle and can crumble.

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Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a skin disease with red, sharply edged patches and white flakes. These are often present on knees and elbows, but they can spread over the entire body.

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Skin cancer

The first step is getting a proper diagnose. Therefore it is important to get your skin checked by a dermatologist. Due to the knowledge and experience it is often a diagnose that can be taken by a close look.

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Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC)

A squamous cell carcinoma of the skin concerns the upper layers of the skin. Generally, this skin cancer grows quickly and is capable of spreading via the blood or lymphatic system.

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Vaginal laser

A revolutionary breakthrough in the non-hormonal treatment of post-menopausal  vaginal complaints. The Diva Tight laser is now available in the Netherlands. Since 2013, over 100.000 treatments were performed.

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Varicose veins

Varicose veins (varices) are abnormalities of the veins. Veins are the blood vessels responsible for the drainage of the blood.

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Warts

Warts are caused by the human papilloma virus, which enters the skin surface, causing growth and thickening of the top (epidermal) layer of the skin.

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