Healthy skin
basal cell
Basal Cells are found at the base of the outermost layer of the Skin, called the epidermis. They help produce new Skin cells, which move up to the surface as they mature.
Keratinocytes are the most common type of Skin cell, making up about 90% of the cells in the epidermis. They produce keratin, a tough, protective protein that gives the Skin its strength and flexibility.
The Skin is the largest organ of your body and acts as a barrier to protect you from germs, injury, and harmful substances. It also helps regulate body temperature and allows you to feel touch, heat, and cold.
Diseased skin
second degree burn
Second-Degree Burns are injuries to the Skin that affect both the outer layer (epidermis) and the layer beneath it (dermis). They can cause pain, redness, and blisters and may take several weeks to heal.
Psoriasis is a Skin condition that causes red, scaly patches to form on the Skin. It happens when the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy Skin cells, leading to rapid cell turnover and inflammation.
Athlete's Foot
Athlete's Foot is a fungal infection that affects the Skin on the feet. It can cause itching, burning, and peeling, and is more common in people who wear tight shoes or have sweaty feet.
skin Treatment
second degree burn -> basal cell
Ibuprofen treats Second-Degree Burns by reducing pain and inflammation. It's a type of pain reliever called a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that can help make burns more manageable.
Psoriasis -> keratinocyte
Methotrexate treats Psoriasis by slowing down the rapid growth of Skin cells and reducing inflammation. It's a type of medication called a disease-modifying antirheumatic drug (DMARD) that can help improve Psoriasis symptoms.
athlete's foot -> Skin
Terbinafine treats Athlete's Foot by killing the fungus responsible for the infection. It's an antifungal medication that can be applied to the Skin as a cream or taken orally as a tablet to clear up the infection.

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