Cutis care - Acne: new treatment strategies
Acne is one of the most common dermatological affections. It is known as a ”juvenile” or “pubertal” condition because it onsets in the period of sexual development, and this is the most widely recognised form. However, it can continue beyond puberty or appear for the first time in people aged 20 years or > read all

Dermatology Educational - Herpes simplex: cold sores
Herpes simplex is the most frequent and often continuously relapsing viral skin infection whose symptoms are commonly called cold sores. Herpes simplex is caused by herpes simplex viruses (HSVs). HSV type 1 is responsible for oral herpes or cold sores, and HSV type 2 is responsible for genital herpes. > read all

Cutis care - Seborrhoeic dermatitis
Seborrhoeic dermatitis (SD) is one of the most frequent and best known forms of dermatitis.The two variants are: SD of the scalp, SD of the body. SD of the scalp mainly manifests with dandruff, which is why it is commonly believed that SD and dandruff are the same thing. > read all

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The service "Expert says" is entrusted to Prof. Marcello Monti and his collaborators in the field of dermatology, pediatric dermatology, cosmetology, surgery, physical therapy, topical treatments. Prof. Marcello Monti is Professor of Dermatology at the University of Milan and at the 'International Medical School' of Milan, Director of the Dermatology Dept at Humanitas, Research Hospital in Milan and Scientific Advisor for Unionderma.
Prof. Marcello Monti has carried out studies in various fields of dermatology focusing on non-pharmacological treatment of major skin disorders. A list of recent scientific articles by Prof. Marcello Monti is at this URL