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Medical Dermatology

Skin Tags in the Arizona Sun: Unraveling the Mystery with Phoenix Surgical Dermatology Group

Hello, dear residents of Phoenix and Scottsdale! Let’s chat about a skin concern that might seem minor but can be a significant source of annoyance: skin tags. These benign growths are ubiquitous, and while they’re typically harmless, many seek...read more

Medical Dermatology

Alopecia in the Arizonian Sun: Types, Education, and Advanced Treatment Options

Hello to our lovely Phoenix and Scottsdale community! One of the challenges that many individuals face, sometimes subtly and sometimes more overtly, is hair loss or alopecia. It’s a word that might sound unfamiliar, but its implications are profound...read more

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Rhinophyma Explained

Rhinophyma Explained Rhinophyma is a condition that affects the nose, causing it to become swollen and bulbous in appearance. This condition can be caused by a number of factors, including genetics, excessive alcohol consumption, and untreated rosacea. While it...read more

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Understanding Merkel Cell Carcinoma: A Guide for Phoenix and Scottsdale Residents

Recent headlines about the passing of the iconic musician Jimmy Buffett have sparked conversations about a rare but noteworthy skin cancer called Merkel Cell Carcinoma (MCC). While we mourn the loss of a musical legend, we also want to...read more

Skin Cancer

Dr. Ramin Fathi was recently featured on Arizona’s Family TV segment ‘What’s in your sunscreen and is it actually helping you?’

Phoenix Mohs surgeon Dr. Ramin Fathi was recently featured on Arizona’s Family TV segment ‘ ‘. Here is an excerpt from the article, ‘Sunscreen is our first line of defense against harmful UV rays. But do you know what’s...read more

Skin Cancer

What is perineural invasion in skin cancer?

Perineural invasion, also known as neural invasion, is a term used to describe the spread of cancer cells along the nerves in the skin. It is a significant finding in the treatment of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma, a type...read more