Our new tool to help you identify a skin condition.
DermNet provides Google Translate, a free machine translation service. Note that this may not provide an exact translation in all languages
This page was printed on9/4/2020
Dermatology patients on systemic medicines — stay safe from COVID-19. In NZ? Unite against COVID-19.
What is a dermatologist? What is dermatology?Training in dermatology in NZ Dermatology practice guidelinesDermatology conferencesTeledermatologyImage libraryDonationsVolunteer: Guidelines for authors
Bacterial infectionsFungal infectionsArthropods, helminths and other bugsViral infections
ArmsBody folds or flexuresEarEyelidFaceFeetGenitalsHandsHair and scalpLower legMouth, lipsNailsNippleTongueTrunk
ChildhoodSkin ageingLactationMenopauseNewborn babiesPregnancy
DermatopathologyAcne and other follicular disordersBlistering diseasesDeep skin disordersDifferential diagnosis of very itchy skinDisorders of sweatingEczema, dermatitis and allergiesErosions and ulcersImmunological disordersItch and itchy conditionsLesions, tumours and cancersPigmentation problemsPustular rashesReactions to external agentsScaly skin diseasesSkin of colourSystemic diseasesThe mind and the skinTropical skin diseasesVascular skin problems
General treatments and proceduresFillersInjectionsInvestigations/testsLasers, electrical and radiofrequency devicesOral medications for skin diseasesPhototherapySkin surgeryTopical therapy (creams)Wound care
Climate changePharmacogenomics in dermatology
Australasian medical associationsDermatology journalsUseful resources for a dermatologistDermatology societies and organisationsWorldwide dermatology links
© 2020 DermNet New Zealand Trust.
DermNet NZ does not provide an online consultation service. If you have any concerns with your skin or its treatment, see a dermatologist for advice.