Causative agents of mycho- and ureaplasmosis are mychoplasmas, which are intermediate among bacteria, viruses and protozoa and have no permanent cellular walls.

Scabies is a contagious skin disease caused by the itch mite. Infection is transmitted through handshaking, sharing the bed, clothes and by sexual contacts. In some cases, people can be infected while taking a bath or a shower, at the hotels and hostels if the rules of hygiene are neglected. The disease can occur at any age in men, women and children.

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) present a group of infectious diseases with sexual mode of transmission. Besides syphilis and gonorrhea, there are more than 20 other diseases that can be transmitted sexually, such as urogenital chlamydial infection, trichomoniasis, genital herpes, genital warts, ureaplasmosis, mycoplasmosis, urogenital candidiasis. Such parasitic diseases as scabies and pediculosis can also be transmitted during sexual intercourse.

Photodermatoses (from Greek photos – light and derma – skin) present a large group of skin diseases caused by the exposure to the sunlight with various clinical manifestations, severity and prognosis.

The frost and the sun – a beautiful day… Unfortunately, not all citizens of our planet can enjoy such weather. Many chronic skin diseases can exacerbate in overcooling and overheating, meteorological cheilitis is among them.