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Dermatology

Society of Pediatric Dermatology and are regularly invited to speak at national and international meetings. Skin Conditions We Treat Our affiliated dermatologists specialize in the evaluation and treatment of a full range of skin conditions in both adults and children, including: acne rosacea eczema

Breast Cancer

eczema-like cancer usually appears around the nipple. Inflammatory breast cancer is a rare form of invasive breast cancer. Usually there is no lump or tumor; rather this cancer makes the skin of the breast look red and feel warm. The breast skin also looks thick and pitted, much like an orange peel

Environmental Allergies:

symptoms vary in severity from person to person. In some mild cases, a patient may just describe not feeling well. Flu-like symptoms or cold symptoms may mimic an allergic response. Other symptoms are watery or itchy eyes, post nasal drip, itching and runny nose, hives, sneezing and rashes like eczema. In

Lyme Disease

infection, or not at all Can last up to several weeks Can be very small or grow very large (up to 12 inches across), and may resemble a "bulls-eye" Can mimic such skin problems as hives, eczema, sunburn, poison ivy, and flea bites Can itch or feel hot, or may not be felt at all Can disappear and return

Otitis Externa (Swimmer's Ear)

of the ear canal Injury to the ear canal Dry skin in the ear canal Foreign object in the ear canal Too much earwax Skin conditions such as eczema and other kinds of dermatitis Children are more likely to get swimmer’s ear if they: Go swimming or get their ears wet in other ways, such as dipping their