Dermatology Interview Preparation Guide
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Dermatology frequently Asked Questions in various Dermatology job Interviews by interviewer. Get preparation of Dermatology job interview

8 Dermatology Questions and Answers:

1 :: What are the treatments for Acne and Rosacea?

antibiotics oral and topical
isotretinoin in sever cases

2 :: How do you treat warts?


3 :: At what age should someone go to the dermatologist to get all of her moles checked?

Even newborns should have their moles checked by the
pediatrician. As we go through life, up to about the age of
30, we form new moles. It is best to perform skin self-
exams every month or two, to be sure that no mole has
changed or that a new and unique mole has not formed on
your body.

4 :: Eczema and psoriasis seem to be very similar skin conditions. Are the treatments the same?

Eczema and psoriasis have a similar appearance. Both are
characterized by red, dry patches on their skin. Both can
have a hereditary basis, and treatment for both is
generally use of topical cortisone preparations.

Eczema patients are more likely to get itchy and dry on
their facial skin, so you should begin a procedure with
more hydrating products.

Patients with psoriasis, can tolerate products better, and
are less prone to developing allergic reactions. The major
warning for patients with psoriasis is that the psoriasis
may develop wherever the skin is traumatized. During a
facial, be gentle since an aggressive skin puncture could
possibly bring on the psoriasis in that area.

5 :: What is serboic dermatitis?

Seborrhoeic Dermatitis is a kind of eczema that affects the body. Seborrhoeic Dermatitis especially affects the scalp, face and the trunk are. Seborrhoeic Dermatitis derives the name Seborrhoeic Dermatitis because it normally occurs on areas on your body, which are rich in sebum. Scalp is one such area. If you get severe Seborrhoeic Dermatitis, your scalp skin and hair follicles are affected. The severity can cause permanent damage to the hair follicles and permanent hair loss