Definition of Hyperkeratosis:

Thickening of the skin.

Topics Related to Hyperkeratosis

Heavy Metal Toxicity

...the condition
“...Signs include mottled brown skin, hyperkeratosis (increased pigmentation) of palms and soles, cutis edema, transverse striate Leukonychia, perforation of nasal septum, eyelid edema, coryza, limb paralysis and reduced deep tendon...”


...recommendation Glycolic Acid
“Glycolic acid can be used to treat both seborrheic keratosis, actinic keratosis and hyperkeratosis.”
Diagnose your symptoms now!
  • understand what's happening to your body
  • see your health summarized and in detail
  • have a doctor review your case (optional)

More topics Related to Hyperkeratosis

Nutritional Deficiency

...the condition
“...Symptoms include ... follicular hyperkeratosis – 'goose bumps' that don't disappear when you warm up...”


...the condition
“...Penis: Pink macules or plaques on penis; Large joints: Hyperkeratosis over elbows, knees, and ankles; Tongue: Geographic tongue (rare); Pruritus may be present...”
Report by The Analyst™
Click to see sample report
Health problems rarely occur in isolation or for obvious reasons

Your body is a highly complex, interconnected system.  Instead of guessing at what might be wrong, let us help you discover what is really going on inside your body based on the many clues it is giving.

Our multiple symptom checker provides in-depth health analysis by The Analyst™ with full explanations, recommendations and (optionally) doctors available for case review and answering your specific questions.

We use cookies for traffic analysis, advertising, and to provide the best user experience