Dermatology

Dermatological examination is a crucial step to exclude, diagnose or monitor a dermatological disorder.

In addition to those with known skin diseases who, in agreement with the specialist, will be subject to periodic checks, they may be sent by their own dermatologist to ascertain the nature of the symptoms as anomalies found at the neo level such as: presence of cutaneous eruptions of various types; presence of pomegranates and / or angioedema with or without pain; persistent itching; change of color or texture of the skin.



 Special dermatological visits are made to the following conditions:

  • Prevention, early diagnosis and skin cancer therapy treatment of skin diseases with immunological pathogenesis (psoriasis, eczema, urticaria, bullous diseases, vitiligo and alopecia areata)
  •  skin disorders (acne, androgenetic alopecia and hyperhidrosis)
  • skin infections
  •  sexually transmitted diseases
  •  alopecia areata

 Dermatological examination is useful for diagnosing and treating skin diseases (dermatitis, eczema, urticaria, erythema, acne, psoriasis, vitiligo, skin disorders) or to monitor the possible evolution of a skin disease already diagnosed.

 In the first part of the visit, dermatologist will perform the patient’s history, collecting all the information about the patient’s history and lifestyle (feeding, smoking, alcohol consumption, physical activity and sedentary nature, possible presence of pathologies,  other cases in family of dermatological diseases, possible drug intake) and the pathology (appearance and duration of the event, characteristics of the symptoms). In the second part of the visit, the specialist will exam skin manifestations that have pushed the patient to undergo the visit. In case of doubt when formulating the diagnosis, the dermatologist may require the patient to be subjected to instrumental examinations, such as allergic tests, skin swabs and skin biopsy and / or blood tests.

 There are no rules of preparation for this type of visit. The patient is encouraged to take any examinations made at his / her doctor’s request and other relevant examinations, including: any recent blood tests, even if performed for other reasons and a note of the name of any medication taken daily.

 It is a non-invasive and painless examination that consists of epiluminescence of atypical suspect moles by means of a microscope connected to a digital camera and to a personal computer.

This technique allows to obtain digital images of the many features that make up the intimate structure of the nails, which are not otherwise detectable with the naked eye.

  •  Dermatological surgery
  •  Removal of moles
  •  Removal of cutaneous melanoma
  •  Removing basal cellular epitelials and cell spine
  •  Laser surgery for ablation of non-snow skin malformations (warts, chondilomatosis), cutaneous and precancerous tumors
  •  Cryosurgery for removal of viral warts, seborrheic keratoses, precancerous cutaneous