The Department of Dermatology offers comprehensive general dermatology and cutaneous oncology services, including diagnosis and management of: Acne and related conditions, Psoriasis, Eczematous Dermatitis, Contact Dermatitis, Warts, Skin Neoplasia, Melanoma Cancer, Cutaneous Lymphoma, Pigmented Lesions.
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