One has to remember, that in some countries, especially French speaking countries, and also in Holland, for example, leprosy and leprosy control were always part of the domain of the dermatologist
To be certain, though, he paged a dermatologist
working in the cancer center who quickly determined that the rash was treatment-related psoriasis and not life-threatening.
Dr Steve Xu, the lead researcher and dermatologist
at Northwestern's Feinberg School of Medicine, recommends that most people who have easily irritated skin pick "bland" moisturisers without a fragrance and with few ingredients.
Dr Victoria Sharon, a dermatologist
at Northwell Health in Manhasset, New York, agreed that patients need to be on the lookout for any new moles, since most melanomas don't spring from existing ones.
The line is formulated and tested by his sister Dr Teo Wan Lin, an accredited dermatologist
The photos, along with a description of the problem and a medical history, are uploaded to the network, where they are reviewed by a dermatologist
One can prevent these scars by getting it treated by a dermatologist
But most skin clinics in the country that advertise their services do not have any dermatologist
, he noted.
The advertiser contended that its "Dermatologist
Recommended" claim was supported by the recommendation of a Board Certified dermatologist
who, after utilizing the advertiser's product, observed an increase in eyelash length.
Patients having only benign lesions may be given a clean bill of health, patients with a suspicious lesion are referred to a trained dermatologist
The image is then compared against a database of more than 10,000 biopsied lesions and 600 confirmed melanomas to provide the dermatologist
with an immediate reading.
MUSCAT: Above 50 per cent of children in the Sultanate are affected by atopic dermatitis, an inflammatory, chronically relapsing, non-contagious and pruritic skin disorder, due to the climatic condition of the region, said Shibu Mohammed, consultant dermatologist
at Badr Al Sama hospital