Skin Rashes In Naperville, IL
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What is a Rash?
A rash is a dermatologic condition characterized by a noticeable change in the skin’s texture, color, or appearance. It manifests as a visible eruption, often presenting as redness, inflammation, or small raised bumps on the skin's surface. Rashes can result from a diverse array of causes, including but not limited to allergic reactions, infections, autoimmune disorders, or exposure to irritants.
How are Rashes Diagnosed?
Medical and Medication History: Your provider will take a detailed medical and medication history from you.
Skin Exams: A detailed skin examination will be conducted by an experienced provider
If necessary, skin biopsies are conducted for various rashes and skin conditions when a visual examination alone does not provide enough information. Common techniques of biopsies include shaving (removing a thin action of the top layers of skin, punch biopsy (removing a small cylindrical core of skin tissue), or excisional (removing the entire lesion or a significant portion of it)
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What are the Most Common Skin Rashes?
How are Rashes Treated?
The treatment of rashes depends on identifying the underlying cause of the rash. At Oak Dermatology our providers work to identify the cause of the rash, then address alleviating the rash symptoms and resolving the rash effectively.