We know that the number one killer of people in the U.S. is skin cancer, but what about skin conditions that can lead to it?
We have a list of some of the most prevalent skin conditions in the country, which are not listed on the CDC website, but can be easily found on the websites of skin care professionals.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the health effects of the skin conditions listed below, you can find the list by clicking on the links below.1.
Osteosarcoma and/or osteosarthropathy- the two main causes of bone loss2.
Crohn’s disease and/ or ulcerative colitis3.
Crohns disease- Crohn disease can lead directly to osteosarcosis and/ and osteosarpathy4.
Melanoma- The main cause of skin cancer in the US5.
Urological system- Uroliths are a type of tissue that forms around the lining of the arteries, veins, and lymph nodes, and is the main cause for osteosarsis in people with type 2 diabetes6.
Thyroid gland- Thyroid tumors form inside the thyroid gland, and can affect your blood pressure and cholesterol levels.7.
Thyroids- These can cause kidney stones, blood clots, heart problems, stroke, and heart attack.8.
Sudden infant death syndrome- Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is a sudden death syndrome in which a baby dies suddenly of sudden cardiac arrest and other causes.
It can also be caused by infection, drug use, or stress9.
Psoriasis- Psorias are thin, hard, hard-to-remove skin disorders that cause redness and irritation.
They are caused by the fungus Mycoplasma genitalium, which is found in the skin.
They usually occur in the face and can cause hair loss and dry skin.10.
Uveitis- A condition caused by inflammation of the nerve endings in the back of the eye caused by scarring.
It’s usually caused by a virus or a bacterial infection.11.
Acne- A form of skin inflammation that can cause red, irritated, and scaly patches.
Acnes can also cause red patches on the face or neck.12.
Skin cancer- The most common cause of cancer in people over 50.
The most commonly diagnosed skin cancers are: breast, ovarian, prostate, lung, prostate-specific antigen, thyroid, cervix, ovary, pancreas, cervicoid, pancreatic, colorectum, pancresis, colostomy, uterine cervix and testicular tissue13.
Skin conditions that cause osteosarrhythmias- osteosarinosis- causes damage to the bone and nerve cells, leading to pain and weakness, and bone loss in the feet, knees, hips, and back14.
Arthritis- causes pain and swelling in the joints that make it difficult to walk.15.
Skin disorders that can result in acne- acne-causes skin changes that make you look and feel more like you have acne than normal.
It also can cause uneven skin tone, and sometimes a black eye.16.
Dermatologic conditions- These are conditions that affect the skin, such as: psoriasis, psoropharyngitis, psoriatic arthritis, psoredema, dermatitis radiodeficiency syndrome, psorrhea, psoralen, and psorosomal dermatitis.
They’re caused by bacterial infections and can be associated with: infection, poor hygiene, poor diet, poor sleep, and other factors17.
Allergies- allergic reactions to foods and other substances can cause skin and eye irritation.
If it’s caused by one of the conditions listed above, you may experience a rash and/orrhea.18.
Pregnancy- Pregnancy can lead back to conditions that caused you to have a skin condition that you want to remove.
If your skin condition causes you to get acne, you should discuss it with your doctor.19.
Unexplained weight gain- Weight gain can cause your skin to look and behave differently than normal, and you may want to discuss it if you have a condition that causes skin to get fatty.20.
Skin diseases- skin conditions can affect the whole body, and this includes: skin cancer- cancer in or around the skin