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Word: dermatologist

Definition: one who studies the skin and its diseases


Sentences Containing 'dermatologist'

After Mrs. Xuyên died, he married Ms. Nguyễn Thị Vàng who is the daughter of Dr. Nguyen Khac Niem - Former Minister in the imperial court of the Nguyễn Dynasty and Mrs. Vàng is also elder sister of the politician, medical doctor, the famous Vietnamese democracy activist Nguyễn Khắc Viện. His family has Journalist Lê Khánh Căn, Journalist Lê Khánh Chi, Prof. Literature Researcher Lê Khánh Soa, Engineer and Dermatologist in Traditional Medicine Lê Khánh Thành, Prof. Dr. Lê Khánh Châu at Bochum University Germany who married Dr. Nguyễn Thanh Hoa - To Huu's daughter.
Among his students and assistants at Strassburg were dermatologist Eduard Arning (1855-1936) and pediatrician Ferdinand Siegert (1865-1946).
He played "Dan" in the play, but was "Larry" the dermatologist in the film version.
He told a reporter for the East Valley Tribune, "A person dies from melanoma every hour in the U.S. As a dermatologist I get to save a lot of lives because people come to see me."
Henri Feulard (1858–1897) was a leading French dermatologist of the nineteenth century.
In 1975, Harvard dermatologist Thomas B. Fitzpatrick devised the Fitzpatrick scale which described the common tanning behavior of various skin types, as follows: Sunless tanning.
It was named by Professor Jan Alkiewicz, a Polish dermatologist. The constant destruction of the nail bed leads to onychodystrophy, paronychia and darkening of the nail.
Prince A. Morrow (1846–1913) was an American dermatologist, venereologist and early campaigner for sex education.
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