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Dr L.H. Hiranandani Hospital

Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, Dermatopathologist, Dermatosurgeon, Hair Transplant Surgeon, Trichologist
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Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.

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Dr L.H. Hiranandani Hospital is known for housing experienced s. Dr. Rameshwar Madhukar Rao Gutte, a well-reputed Dermatosurgeon, Dermatopathologist, Hair Transplant Surgeon, Trichologist, Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist , practices in mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for s recommended by 70 patients.

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Clinic Address
Hill Side Avenue, Hiranandani Gardens Powai,
mumbai, Maharashtra - 400076
Details for Dr. Rameshwar Madhukar Rao Gutte
Government Medical College Nanded, Maharashtra University of Health sciences, Nashik
Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai, MUHS Nashik
MD (Skin & VD)
College of physicians and Surgeons of Bombay
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College of physicians and Surgeons of Bombay
Professional Memberships
Indian Association of Dermatologists Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL)
Cosmetic Dermatology Society of India (CDSI)
International Society of Dermatology
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European Academy of Dermatology & Venereology
  • MBBS, MD (Skin & VD), DDV (SKIN &VD), FCPS (SKIN & VD)
    Dermatosurgeon, Dermatopathologist, Hair Transplant Surgeon, Trichologist, Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist
    Consultation Charges: Rs 700
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  • FCPS (SKIN & VD), MD (Skin & VD), DDV (SKIN &VD), MBBS
    Cold sores alternatively known as fever blisters is a viral infection, which usually occurs around the mouth.They occur in patches and heal within 2 to 4 weeks usually without leaving behind any scars. Cold sores are contagious and can be spread from person to person via close contact. Read on more to find all about them.

    Usually cold sores passes through multiple stages
    1. Tingling and itching: People usually experience a tingling, burning sensation around the lips prior to blisters, which may appear within a day or two after such a sensation.
    2. Blisters: These blisters are small, filled with fluids and usually break out along the border of the skin and the lips. They can also occur around the nose or cheeks.
    3. Oozing and crusting: The blisters have a tendency to burst which leaves shallow open sores which then usually crust over.

    Some other symptoms, which accompany cold sores are fever, headache, sore throat, muscle aches and swollen lymph nodes.

    Strands of the herpes simplex virus (HSV-1) typically cause cold sores. In some instances, HSV-2 can also cause cold sores. Cold sores are most contagious when they are in the form of oozing blisters. It can spread by sharing the same utensils, kissing, sharing towels and razors and also oral sex. Cold sores can be triggered due to several factors such as stress, fatigue, fever, hormonal changes and changes in the immune system.

    Risk Factors
    About 90% of adults worldwide test positive for this virus. People who have a weakened immune system are more prone to be infected by the virus. For example people suffering from eczema, AIDS and severe burns have a higher chance of contracting cold sores.

    In certain cases,cold sores affect other parts of the body. Fingertips, hands, and some other parts of the body are affected by both HSV-1 and HSV-2 in some instances. It can also cause eye infections, which can lead to blindness or may even spread to the spinal cord and the brain in people who have a very weak immune system.

    Cold sores have no treatment and they usually clear up without any medication within 2 to 4 weeks. However certain antiviral medications are present which speed up the healing process.
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  • FCPS (SKIN & VD), MD (Skin & VD), DDV (SKIN &VD), MBBS
    A dermatologist is a medical professional who is trained to treat disorders pertaining to skin, hair and nails and genital diseases. Reddened skin, irritation, abnormal patches, blemishes on the skin etc. are the conditions affecting most people at some point of their lives. Hair loss, irritation on the scalp, dandruff, brittle nails are common as well and it is important to see a dermatologist if such conditions persist to prevent any major issue and for the overall well-being of an individual. Here are some very common reasons that drive people to visit their dermatologist.

    1. Acne

    Acne is the most common skin woe among teenagers and it affects adults as well. Although people tend to self- medicate or use home remedies for treating acne, it is important to recognize its cause. If acne is one's constant reason of embarrassment, it's time to see a professional and get some customized medication.

    2. Sun spots or mole

    Overexposure to the sun can cause varied skin conditions among which sunspots and sunburns are most commonly seen. If the exposed area develops irritation and red patches, one should seek professional help. An early examination can detect adverse issues like skin cancer. Moles are also very common, some people have moles since birth, and some develop new ones later in life. It is a cause of concern if the mole changes size, color or if it bleeds scabs or pains.

    3. Eczema

    Eczema is a broad term used to describe certain chronic conditions of the skin. Eczema causes the skin to become red, itchy, dry and swollen. It leads to great discomfort and distress often ruining one's sleep and mental peace. Atopic Dermatitis is a most common form of Eczema usually seen in children. Proper treatment can cause it to subside. If you observe any symptoms of eczema, a visit to the dermatologist is a must.

    4. Patches of skin lighter or darker than the normal skin tone

    Often some areas of the skin change color and they are not always the result of sun exposure because sometimes the skin can also become lighter. These may be symptoms serious diseases like leprosy or even cutaneous lymphoma, a kind of cancer or a disorder in the connective tissue. A thorough examination will reveal its cause and treatment can be opted for, which will require a visit to a dermatologist.

    5. Hair loss

    Hair loss may be due to various reasons and a dermatologist is best to treat it.

    6. Psoriasis

    It is an autoimmune skin disease which causes red scaly rashes on the body. It is important to diagnose and treat it effectively and one should visit a dermatologist for the same.

    7. Nail problems

    Apart from fungal infection, there are many other conditions which affect nails and the only dermatologist can identify it. So if you have any issues related to nail, consult a dermatologist.

    8. Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    Unprotected sexual intercourse can predispose one to many sexually transmitted diseases apart from HIV, for example, genital herpes, molluscum, genital warts etc and a dermatologist is well trained for diagnosis and treatment of the same.
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