|Oncodermatology is dcefined as diagnostics and medicine of kind (warts, papillomas, skin molluscs, seborrheic keratosis, xanthelasmas and others), precancerous and threatening injuries and moles by customary strategies, surgery, and lasers. Oncodermatologists manage diseases of different types and their different dermatologic needs connected with their malignancy and medication. Such issues incorporate exceptionally dry skin, tingling, skin changes as reactions from their chemotherapy incorporating rashes, nail and hair changes, skin contaminations, disease contribution of the skin, radiation dermatitis, melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma and basal unit carcinoma and different changes because of radiation. It additionally includes finding and medication of complex dermatologic ailment.
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