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Skin cancer

Skin cancer is a condition in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the skin. There are different types of cancer that begin in the skin. Skin color and exposure in sunlight can increase the risk of developing non-melanoma skin cancer and actinic keratosis.

Spots on the skin

Analysis of the different types of spots, identification and treatment if necessary.


Melanoma is the generic name for melanic or pigmented tumors and malignant melanoma is a serious variety of skin cancer, causing the majority of skin cancer-related deaths.


The main sign of melasma is hyperpigmentation of the skin, becoming darker, especially on the cheekbones, nose, lips and forehead. It tends to be itchy in some cases. These patches tend to develop gradually. No there are other symptoms than aesthetic ones.

Photodynamic therapy

Photodynamic therapy is a therapeutic procedure that is used in medicine, mainly in dermatology, for the treatment of various skin diseases, especially skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma), also in the disease Bowen's disease, acne, rosacea, lichen and for aesthetic photorejuvenation treatments.

Sun allergy

Exposure to light can be the cause of various skin diseases (dermatoses). Polymorphic light eruption, however, is the most common dermatosis of skin conditions.

Skin allergies

There are many types of allergies that manifest on the skin with different types of symptoms, which can range from simple redness to peeling skin.


Dandruff is a flaking of the skin on your scalp. It is usually a symptom of seborrheic dermatitis or seborrhea.


Cryotherapy achieves a series of chemical reactions within our organism that favor cellular nourishment, as well as an increase and improvement of blood circulation

Atopic dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis is an inflammatory skin disease characterized by redness and dryness of the skin that causes itching and scratching.

Pediatric dermatology

Pediatric dermatology offers specialized care for infants and children within a range of childhood dermatological conditions.


Dermatology is the medical specialty in charge of studying the structure and function of the skin, as well as the diseases that affect it, their diagnosis, prevention and treatment.


Skin disease characterized by the appearance of red spots accompanied by intense itching.


Technique for the treatment of skin lesions that offers excellent results and consists of the use of a high frequency current to achieve the destruction of the lesion.

Skin type studies

Skin type studies are considered essential in dermatology since each person requires personalized treatment according to their skin characteristics.

Systemic photoprotection

Systemic photoprotection is one that goes beyond the skin and acts at a general level inside our body. It is a group of immunophotoprotectors that are administered orally. The main advantage is that when being systemic, their protection is global and they act on the entire skin surface


Inflammatory skin disease, caused by a virus, characterized by the formation of small transparent vesicles or blisters that form a crust when dry.

Skin infections

Includes all skin infections that can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites.


Psoriasis is a non-contagious, chronic, inflammatory disease of the skin and occasionally of the joints, which follows a chronic course with periods of improvement and worsening.


A burn is an injury caused by heat, chemicals, electricity, the sun, or radiation.


A rash is an area on the skin that is irritated or inflamed, usually red, painful and itchy.


Rosacea is a chronic disease that affects the skin, causing redness and pimples.


Hyperhidrosis is a disease characterized by excessive sweat production in one or more areas of the body.


An angioma is a benign growth of blood vessels in the skin, in its two common forms are spider veins and capillary hemangiomas.


Hives are reddish bumps that can cause itching on the skin. It is usually caused by an allergic reaction.


Vitiligo or vitiligo is an autoimmune skin disease, in which melanocytes (the cells responsible for skin pigmentation) are destroyed by the immune system, thus ceasing to produce melanin and, therefore, leading to areas of the skin with loss of pigment.

Liquid cryosclerosis

Liquid cryosclerosis is a treatment aimed at the gradual elimination of microvarices and small capillaries of the lower extremities.


Red coloration of the face, which is produced by a dilation of the capillaries.


Lupus is an autoimmune disease, that is, the immune system itself attacks healthy cells and tissues by mistake.

Vascular malformations

Vascular malformations make up a wide and heterogeneous spectrum of lesions, which frequently present themselves as a challenge.


Cavernous hemangioma or strawberry hemangioma is an abnormal collection of blood vessels in the skin or in organs.

Molluscum contagiosum

Molluscum contagiosum is a viral infection of the skin, contagious as its name indicates, and self-inoculating. Molluscum contagiosum virus is a virus of the Poxviridae family, genus Molluscipox.


Pemphigus is a bullous dermatitis, that is, a skin disease manifested by the appearance of blisters on the skin and mucous membranes.

Herpes Zoster

Herpes zoster is a skin rash caused by a viral infection of the nerves just under the skin.

Nevi or moles

Melanocytic nevi, pigmented nevi, moles or freckles are very frequent benign skin lesions found in practically the entire population.

Seborrheic dermatitis

Seborrhea or seborrheic dermatitis is a skin disease that affects the scalp, face and torso. It is a functional disorder of the sebaceous glands.


Atopic Dermatitis is an inflammatory skin disease characterized by redness and dryness of the skin that causes itching and scratching.


Warts are a type of skin lesion that can have different forms and appear in different places on the body. In most cases they are not dangerous and can be easily removed.

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L3 (green line), Maria Cristina station L3 (green line), Palau Reial station, distant L5 (dark blue line), Hospital Clínic station, distant


TRAM Ferrocarrils L1 L2 L3, L'Illa Diagonal station. FCC Ferrocarrils ES S5 S6 S7 L5 L6, La Bonanova station.
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