Diagnosis and treatment of different skin conditions including dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo, hives, warts, hemangiomas, birthmarks, and congenital skin disorders of children together with new-borns and infants is defined as Pediatric dermatology.
The neonatal skin as compared to the adult skin is thinner, less hairy with weaker intercellular attachment , therefore vulnerable to external irritants and micrococcal infection.
A medical practitioner who specializes in this subject of pediatric dermatology is named as pediatric dermatologist.
The focus of this session brings along scientists with shared interests for investigator-initiated research and clinicians who collaborate with scientists to better understand pediatric skin disease and potential solutions.
- Track 1-1 Skin care practices in infants
- Track 2-2 Pediatricians
- Track 3-3 Birthmarks
- Track 4-4 Atopic dermatitis
- Track 5-5 Genetic syndrome
- Track 6-6 Melatonin
- Track 7-7 Immunodeficiency
- Track 8-8 Hereditary and congenital skin problems