Mapping of moles consists in acquiring on a computer both macroscopic and dermoscopic images of moles. Dermoscopic images are acquired with an appropriate camera equipped with a lens that is applied on each nevus to collect images that are not visible to the naked eye. Mapping of moles is aimed at evaluating changes in the […]
A dermatological evaluation is a specialistic evaluation which allows checking – in a non-invasive and painless manner – your skin’s state of health, diagnosing any diseases or monitoring previously diagnosed disorders for which the patient is being treated.
All skin disorders can be examined with a dermatological evaluation, and namely nevus anomalies, skin eruptions, the presence of hives, vesicles, angioedema; you can also consult a dermatologist if you have symptoms such as itchiness, red skin, changes in your skin appearance.
Some of the most common skin disorders are dermatitis, acne, psoriasis, eczema, hives.
A dermatology outpatient clinic also treats pediatric skin disorders, skin ageing, skin neoplasms, and skin allergies.
A dermatological evaluation is also indicated for the diagnosis and treatment of hair and scalp disorders.
Following skin examination, further diagnostic procedures may be necessary, such as for example nevus mapping by means of dermoscopy.
An interview with dr. Erika Briscik.
Dermatological specialist visits
Mar 15.00 - 19.00
Mer 10.00 - 13.30
Ven 16.00 - 19.00
Other availability on request.*Calendars may change
Dott. Amici Maria Paola
Dott. Haik Zarian
Dott. Montin Andreina
Dott. Rossi Giuseppe
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