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Skin diseases and conditions often result in social and emotional concerns, as well as physical discomfort and disfigurement. Since skin diseases occur in combination with other medical conditions, Dr. Bikowski is trained not only in diseases of the skin but also in a broad range of medical fields. His training includes; internal medicine, allergy, endocrinology, surgery, gynecology, pathology, pediatrics, infectious disease, urology, gerontology, rheumatology, and psychiatry as they relate to the skin. He is, therefore, well qualified to diagnose the possible existence of internal disease by the presence of specific skin signs.Because of this training and specialization, skin diseases and conditions can be diagnosed more quickly and less expensively by the dermatologist than by other health care providers. Here is a list of the areas of the body often requiring dermatological care:Scalp Eyelids Mouth Fingers Toenails Knees
Hair Ears Gums Fingernails Genitals Arms
Face Nose Tongue Feet Trunk Legs
Eyebrows Lips Hands Toes Elbows
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Skin diseases and conditions often result in social and emotional concerns, as well as physical discomfort and disfigurement. Since skin diseases occur in combination with other medical conditions, Dr...
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