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.

In medicine, a case report is a detailed summary of a patient's symptoms, signs, diagnosis, therapy, and follow-up. Case reports may contain a patient's demographic description, but they generally detail a unique or original experience. Some case reports include a review of the literature on previously reported instances. A dermatologist is a doctor who specialises in the treatment of skin, hair, nail, and mucous membrane illnesses and diseases. By treating aesthetic issues, they can also assist to revitalise the look of the skin, hair, and nails. This session covers original case studies across the whole spectrum of dermatology, including prevention, diagnosis, treatment, therapeutic toxicities, supportive care, quality-of-life, and survivorship difficulties.

  • Track 1-1  Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Track 1-2  Forensic Application

Skin ageing refers to a group of common conditions and changes that occur as people become older. Changes in the skin are one of the most visible signs of ageing. The ageing process has a number of effects on the skin. The epidermis thins and turnover slows substantially. Wrinkles and sagging skin are indications of ageing. Hair whitening or greying is another visible sign of ageing. Environmental influences, genetic makeup, diet, and other factors all have an impact on skin changes. The outer skin layer (epidermis) thins with age, despite the fact that the number of cell layers stays constant. Melanocytes (pigment-containing cells) are becoming fewer in number. The surviving melanocytes grow in size.

  • Track 2-1  Anti-Ageing
  • Track 2-2  Changes in Skin Appearance
  • Track 2-3  Pathobiology of Ageing Skin
  • Track 2-4  Effect of Ageing Skin on Quality of Life
  • Track 2-5  Environmental Stressors on Skin Aging

Lasers use light energy to resurface the skin. Because this light energy is so specialised, it may target damaged skin cells while leaving healthy skin cells alone. Laser treatment is used to meet the aims of both medical and cosmetic dermatology. Although not all of the goals of laser treatment in dermatology are achieved, laser therapy piques the curiosity of both the medical and non-medical sectors. Laser treatment is now used to treat four conditions: vascular lesions, hair removal, pigmented lesions, and tissue ablation. Medical disorders such as psoriasis, vitiligo, acne, and wound healing are among the more recent laser uses.

  • Track 3-1  Laser Resurfacing
  • Track 3-2  Laser Skin Rejuvenation
  • Track 3-3  Laser in Hair Transplantation

Psycho-dermatology is a relatively recent specialisation in the realm of psychosomatic medicine. It is the product of the mind's interaction with the skin. Dermatology focuses on "external" visible disorders, whereas psychiatry focuses on "interior" nonvisible ailments. Ectoderm, which unites the two disciplines at the embryonic level, bridges the gap. Skin has a complex interaction with the neuroendocrine and immune systems. Skin reacts to both endogenous and exogenous stimuli, receiving and integrating environmental cues while also communicating internal conditions to the outer world. A psychodermatologic disorder is a condition that involves the interaction of the mind and the skin. Psychodermatologic illnesses are classified into three types: psychophysiologic disorders, primary psychiatric disorders, and secondary psychiatric disorders.

  • Track 4-1  Psychoneuroimmunology
  • Track 4-2  Psychophysiological Disorders
  • Track 4-3  Psychiatric Disorders with Dermatological Symptoms
  • Track 4-4  Dermatological Disorders with Psychiatric Symptoms

Because the bulk of production animals are raised on pastures where they come into touch with various types of vegetation, exposure to plant toxins may be the most common cause of cutaneous poisoning in animals. Some plants have substances that have an immediate effect on the skin, while others have spines that can inflict mechanical harm to the skin. Many chemicals can cause allergic dermatitis, which is analogous to poison ivy in humans. The scope of this chapter does not allow for a consideration of contact sensitization. A book on immunology or allergy medicine should be read. Many plants contain colours or chemicals that, once absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract, are toxic. Other plants, which contain poisonous alkaloids that cause irreversible liver illness, can produce secondary photosensitization.

  • Track 5-1  Skin organ cultures
  • Track 5-2  Nano materials penetration in treatment of skin disorders
  • Track 5-3  Cell culture in skin-toxico pharmacology
  • Track 5-4  In vitro skin-toxico pharmacological models
  • Track 5-5  Treatment & diagnosis of erytema toxicum

Nanotechnologies demonstrate progress in the field of testing by increasing the efficiency of the item through the delivery of inventive outcomes. The use of nanotechnology is expanding in the field of cosmetics. Nano cosmeceuticals, which have been used for skin, hair, nail, and lip care, for conditions such as wrinkles, photo ageing, hyperpigmentation, dandruff, and hair harm, have gained widespread use in the future. Liposomes, niosomes, Nano emulsions, microemulsions, stable lipid nanoparticles, nanostructured lipid transporter, and Nano spheres have superseded the use of conventional conveyance request. These smart Nano carriers benefit from improved skin penetration, organised and consistent drug discharge, increased strength, and site-specific targeting.

  • Track 6-1  Nano cosmeceuticals
  • Track 6-2  Nanostructured lipid transporters
  • Track 6-3  Carbon nanotubes
  • Track 6-4  Gold nanoparticles in Emerging applications of nanomedicine.

In recent years, cosmetic anti-aging surgery has grown in popularity. Facial rejuvenation is a cosmetic procedure used to remove discolouration and tighten sagging skin. This can be achieved using surgical and/or non-surgical methods. The decision may depend on the level of intervention and therapy that the patient and physician choose. Achieving face symmetry can be assisted by surgical techniques such particular region surgery, skin alterations, and facial shaping. Typically, many female patients choose less intrusive techniques like injections and dermal fillers.

Many people end up using various individual care items to achieve a sound life and excellent appearances, and the vast majority of them have a high concoction content. There are a few substances-based individual care items that are safe for our bodies, but you should avoid some of the harsher ones. These compounds are potent, and if used often for an extended period of time, they can have a negative impact on the skin in a variety of ways. These compounds also cause immediate reactions on extremely sensitive skin. There are several substances used in the development of beautifying agents that should be used with caution, as they can have negative effects.

  • Track 8-1  Premature aging
  • Track 8-2  Hormonal imbalance
  • Track 8-3  Cosmetics and skin care
  • Track 8-4  Hypo and Hyperpigmentation
  • Track 8-5  Various Human toxic chemicals

Cosmetics Given that it is readily visible and accessible, making samples very easy, the skin is a significant organ that lends itself to clinical inquiry. In order to apply the most recent understandings of the signs and causes of dermatological disorders and cosmetics, research should aim to acquire a new level of comprehension in this important field of health science. Medical research has recently gone to previously unheard-of levels, spanning fundamental scientific analysis, clinical analysis, and novel approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses.


Genodermatoses are hereditary illnesses that manifest as skin problems. Chromosome inheritance of genodermatoses refers to the inheritance of a skin disease caused by a chromosome defect. The same disease can be inherited in several ways.

  • Track 10-1  Monogenic
  • Track 10-2  Polygenic disorders
  • Track 10-3  Harlequin ichthyosis
  • Track 10-4  Fabry disease

Dermatological surgery, for example, assesses and manages pharmaceutical and restaurant disorders. Skin cancers, unusual moles, sores, lipomas, and other hazardous or symptomatic changes can be removed in an out-patient setting without the need for general anaesthesia. Moles, skins, and other unsightly places, for example, may be expelled purely for corrective skin enhancement.

  • Track 11-1  Age spots and birthmark correction.
  • Track 11-2  Tattoo removal
  • Track 11-3  Laser resurfacing and skin rejuvenation

Veterinary dermatology deals with the diagnosis and treatment of skin, ear, hair, nail, hoof, and mouth diseases in animals. Veterinary dermatologists, in particular, must have knowledge of how to treat allergic skin diseases. Other specialised diagnostic procedures include intradermal allergy tests and serological allergy monitoring.

  • Track 12-1  Skin cancer
  • Track 12-2  Parasitic bites
  • Track 12-3  Bacterial infections.
  • Track 12-4  Allergic skin disease
  • Track 12-5  Autoimmune skin disease
  • Track 12-6  Food allergies or sensitivities
  • Track 12-7  Environmental allergies.

Skin cancers are malignancies that develop in the skin. They develop as a result of the proliferation of abnormal cells, which can invade or spread to different parts of the body. The three main types of skin cancer are basal-cell skin cancer (BCC), squamous-cell skin cancer (SCC), and melanoma. The first two together with many less common skin malignancies are referred to as nonmelanoma skin cancer (NMSC). Basal-cell carcinoma has a slow pace of development, has the potential to damage adjacent tissue, but is not likely to spread to other organs or be deadly. It typically appears as an ulcerated patch of raised skin that is bright and painless and has a little blood vessel running over it.

The functional and cosmetic treatment of the maxillofacial area has advanced exponentially in dentistry and its allied disciplines. Historically, oral and maxillofacial surgeons have been involved in both functional and aesthetic face rejuvenation, and emerging technology have improved their capacity to improve patients' appearance and well-being. Cosmetic dentistry may be improved and the work of the restorative dentist can be framed by a comprehensive diagnostic and treatment plan that takes face aesthetics into account. With safe and efficient operations, the oral and maxillofacial surgeon can assist the dentist and patient in pursuing both functional and aesthetic improvement.

  • Track 14-1  Cleft lip and palate repair
  • Track 14-2  Cleft lip and palate repair
  • Track 14-3  Tooth extraction
  • Track 14-4  Dental Bone grafts & implants
  • Track 14-5  Periodontal Surgery

A skilled physician may frequently diagnose a skin problem without the need for further investigation skin swabs scrapings and nail clippings biopsies and blood samples are occasionally submitted to the laboratory allergy testing or imaging are scheduled investigations can also be done to track the outcomes of systemic therapy

  • Track 15-1  Dermatopathology
  • Track 15-2  Dermatoepidemiology
  • Track 15-3  Immunodermatology
  • Track 15-4  Histopathology

The process of reconstructing something after it has been damaged or destroyed is referred to as "reconstructive." Birth defects, accidents, illnesses, and ageing can all result in facial and physical deformities requiring restorative plastic surgery. Examples of reconstructive surgery include cleft lip and palate repaqir and breast reconstruction. Reconstructive plastic surgery is commonly used to enhance bodily function, but it may also be used to resemble or improve a natural appearance. Because reconstructive surgery is considered medically necessary, most health insurance companies pay for it.

  • Track 16-1  Cryosurgery
  • Track 16-2  Facial Molding
  • Track 16-3  Rhinoplasty
  • Track 16-4  Lip augmentation
  • Track 16-5  Abdominoplasty
  • Track 16-6  Liposuction

During this minimally invasive treatment, grafts containing hair follicles that are genetically resistant to balding (such as those located on the back of the head) are placed to the bare scalp. Hair transplantation can be used to restore eyelashes, eyebrows, beard hair, chest hair, pubic hair, and pubic hair in addition to healing scars from earlier hair transplants. Recent growth in demand has made trichology a thriving field of study. a region of dermatology where there is a lot of research and cutting-edge medicine.

  • Track 17-1  Endocrine system and hair growth
  • Track 17-2  Hair root organization
  • Track 17-3  Genetics in hair

Dermatology is a medical speciality concerned with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of skin, hair, nail, oral cavity, and genital diseases. Sometimes cosmetic augmentation and maintenance are included. Skin disorders can have an impact on people's self-esteem, produce discomfort that makes everyday tasks difficult, and, in extreme situations, endanger their lives.

Aesthetic dermatology aims to improve the appearance of healthy people's skin by treating or preventing skin ageing, minimising physical imperfections, or simply improving their appearance. It's natural to believe that specific tools, tactics, or procedures will help reach these goals.

  • Track 18-1  Skin Grafting
  • Track 18-2  Wrinkle Relaxers
  • Track 18-3  Soft Tissue Fillers
  • Track 18-4  Chemical Peels
  • Track 18-5  Treatment of Skin Discoloration

The neonatal phase is the first four weeks of life it is an adaptation period in which a wide range of skin abnormalities can emerge ranging from temporary lesions caused by physiological responses to transitory illnesses and certain signs of serious pathologies the bulk of these features such as lanugo erythema of the skin and vernix caseosa are common in newborn skin some of our understanding of the anatomical and physiological characteristics of neonatal skin has evolved through time dermatologists for children see patients from infancy through adolescence pediatric dermatologists employ cutting-edge therapy methods to treat a wide spectrum of skin diseases in children psoriasis for example manifests differently in children.

  • Track 19-1  Erythema Infectiosum
  • Track 19-2  Atopic Eczema
  • Track 19-3  Infantile Dermatitis

Skin is the most exposed organ to the outside world and it acts as the first line of protection against chemical and microbial threats it has an individual microbiological environment that varies widely over conserving and enhancing skin health and integrity are important goals in both acute and long-term care skin integrity is recognized as a quality indicator and it is widely accepted that maintaining skin integrity is vital personal care products for the skin are frequently used but their effects on the skins molecular and microbiological diversity are unknown are unclear skin health is an important aspect of beauty dermatologists and scientists are working to create new procedures and materials to attain this objective.

  • Track 20-1  Phototherapy
  • Track 20-2  Topical Skin Care Regimen
  • Track 20-3  Skin Regeneration
  • Track 20-4  Skin grafting
  • Track 20-5  Chemical Peels
  • Track 20-6  Dermabrasion