Comprehensive care in dermatology
The Division of Dermatology is committed to excellence in clinical care, medical education and to new discoveries improving the care of patients. We offer a categorical residency program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. The division conducts basic science research and clinical research in Dermatology.
Conditions and Treatments
The Division of Dermatology is dedicated to the latest in accurate diagnostic care. The services offered include general dermatologic evaluation, patch testing for contact dermatitis, phototherapy, laser therapy for psoriasis, dermatologic surgery, Mohs micrographic surgery and a complex medical dermatology clinic for complicated or high risk patients. We also perform chemical peels, resurfacing, vascular laser treatments and sclerotherapy procedures.
Conditions and Treatments
Acne Acne is a common, treatable skin condition also known as pimples.
Birthmarks Learn about the various forms, potential skin cancer risks and treatment options for birthmarks.
Burns Burns can result from chemical, heat or fire-related injuries.
Cellulitis Cellulitis is an often painful, potentially severe skin infection.
Cold Sores A contagious virus causes cold sores.
Corns and Calluses Pressure or friction can cause rough or thickened skin called corns and calluses.
Eczema and Atopic Dermatitis Eczema is an allergic reaction that causes skin to be red, swollen, dry and itchy.
Fungal Infections Fungal infections may start in the lungs or on the skin.
Hair Loss Many factors cause thinning or loss of hair, and treatment depends on the cause.
Lice Lice are parasitic insects that live on human heads and bodies.
Moles Pigment cells can cause common but potentially cancerous skin growths called moles.
Pressure Sores Staying in one position for a long time can cause pressure sores.
Psoriasis Psoriasis is an immune-related skin disease that causes itching, sore and scaling skin.
Rashes A rash is irritated skin characterized by itching, redness or pain.
Rosacea Rosacea is a facial skin disease characterized by redness and acne.
Scabies Caused by microscopic mites, scabies involves itching, irritated skin.
Scars Permanent skin patches grow over wounds when injuries heal, leaving scars.
Shingles Shingles is a common, painful disease caused by the chickenpox virus.
Skin Aging Learn about wrinkles, age spots, dryness and other problems of skin aging.
Skin Cancer Learn how to identify, prevent and treat skin cancer.
Skin Infections Learn about causes and treatments for bacterial, viral, fungal and other skin infections.
Sun Exposure Learn about wrinkles, skin spots and other sun exposure effects, including skin cancer.
Warts Warts are skin growths caused by viral infection.