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the branch of medicine dealing with the skin and its diseases

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About the Dermatologist from the Heart Program Committed to working alongside dermatologists, La Roche-Posay created its namesake foundation in 1995 to encourage dermatological research in the fields of clinical medicine, biology and pharmacology.
Krakowski, pediatric dermatologist from La Jolla, CA, was presented with a $10,000 grant in support of "MissionSkin.
Patients having only benign lesions may be given a clean bill of health, patients with a suspicious lesion are referred to a trained dermatologist or oncologist.
Acne affects 5% of the adult population and for most patients who visit the dermatologists in Denver they have tried every over-the-counter remedy and are ready for a more professional approach to cure blemishes and breakouts.
Initially, it will only be sold to a handful of dermatologists in Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York.
Stuart Kaplan, a dermatologist in Beverly Hills, has not calculated the potential tax burden of Botox on his practice.
Harris, 38, is a facial plastic surgeon, and Battle is a dermatologist.
However, a new generation of sunless tanners (creams that leave you with that coveted golden glow) have emerged and she and other dermatologists recommend them to people who simply must have that bronzed look.
The dermatologists tended to "strongly underestimate" the impact on quality of life in patients who had bacterial infections or in patients who complained of skin symptoms but lacked objective clinical signs of skin disease.
If these data are supported and confirmed by other researchers, it certainly is promising that [pTT] could function to prevent the development of skin cancer," says dermatologist David Leffell of Yale University.
Tanning devices emit almost three times the intensity of outdoor sunlight, says the American Academy of Dermatologists, meaning a 20-minute tanning session can equal an entire day in direct sunlight.
To help clear up your confusion--as well as your skin--we asked a group of dermatologists to review all the treatment options out there and help you sort out the good, the bad and the totally useless rip-offs.
Lichen sclerosus is treated by dermatologists (skin doctors) and by gynecologists if the female genitalia are involved.
The balance of northeastern Ontario is also serviced by fly-in dermatologists.