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Sudha Skin Clinic

Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, Facelift, Hair Transplant Surgeon, Sexologist, Trichologist
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Practice Statement
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Dermatologist/Cosmetologist . Our goal is to offer our patients, and all our community the most affordable, trustworthy and professional service to ensure your best health.

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Clinic Address
Shop No 1 - Jindal Market, Opposite Radha Krishna Mandir, Badshah Pur (Near Vatika City), Main Sohna Road
Gurgaon, Haryana - 122101
Details for Dr. (Col.)Anil Goyal
A.F.M.C College, Pune
MD - Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy
MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy
Professional Memberships
Indian Association of Dermatologists Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL)
  • MBBS, MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy
    Facelift, Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, Trichologist, Hair Transplant Surgeon, Sexologist
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  • MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
    Mentioned throughout history as a curse, leprosy was considered as a punishment of sins by many cultures as it was widespread and common. However, modern science demystified it and de-stigmatized it to the point where the occurrence of leprosy within the population has gone down to very low levels, although it is still prevalent among certain populations.

    Prevention of leprosy
    Leprosy is caused by the bacterial infection of mycobacterium leprae and it is classified into multiple types. Leprosy is communicable through contact with common objects or a person by infected droplets within their nose. It primarily affects mucous membranes and the skin and the nerves on the hands, feet, and in extreme cases may cause disfigurement as well. There are no specific ways to prevent leprosy as no specific correlation between transmission and development has been found so far. Leprosy can happen through one time contact or through contact over extended period of time within the same household. Thus preventive measures will primarily include the following:

    Regular checkups by going to the doctor
    Ensuring that surfaces are kept clean if you share a household with a leprosy patient
    Skin biopsies at regular intervals just to check if you may have contracted the bacteria
    If a rash has developed, then it is urgent that you visit the doctor. Earlier the leprosy is detected, quickly it can treated and resolved

    Incidences of leprosy have reduced over the last few decades due to improvements in medicine and early detection. This has allowed people to nip the problem in the bud and does not allow it to spread within their bodies or to other people.

    Treatment of leprosy
    The primary weapon that modern medicine has against leprosy is known as mdt or multidrug therapy. Multidrug therapy is the combination of multiple drugs, which attack the various aspects of leprosy, such as skin problems, nerve damage, loss of sensation, deterioration of skin conditions etc. This is the proven way to not only reduce symptoms, but also cure the problems in the long run.

    Some of the drugs in the mdt used are as follows:

    Rifampicin and dapsone
    Rifampicin and clofazimine and dapsone
    Rifampicin, minocycline and ofloxacin

    However, the combination will depend on the type of leprosy the person is affected with, such as paucibacillary leprosy or multibacillary leprosy and thus can only be prescribed by the doctor after thorough and detailed examination.
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  • MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
    Here are some tips of Fungal Infection.
  • MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
    Colored marks, which are present on the skin since birth or develop soon after birth are called birthmarks. They can be of many sizes, colors and shapes. Some of them are present on the surface, while a few of them are raised over the skin surface.

    Here are some common types of birthmarks:
    1. Salmon patches: These birthmarks are most commonly found. They are flat and thin and are mostly present on the back of the neck, the upper lips, eyelids and in some cases, between the eyebrows. They are usually pale pink or reddish in colour and fade within a year. However, those which are on the nape of the neck might stay and become permanent marks.
    2. Congenital moles: Congenital moles appear at birth. They are usually brown in colour and can be of different sizes. While some moles appear as a single mark, others can appear clustered in groups. The moles which become larger, however, need close observation because there remains a possibility of them becoming cancerous later on in life.
    3. Cafe-au-lait spots: They are smoother than other types of patches. They are present from birth and may develop more during childhood. Usually, these spots are not found in the neck or shoulders, but rather at the legs or torso. It is generally not a health scare. However, if these spots appear in clusters and occur in the armpits accompanied with freckles, they might be suggestive of neurofibromatosis later in life.
    4. Mongolian Spots: They are usually present in babies who are born with darker skins. Mongolian spots usually fade by the time the baby has reached school-going age.
    5. Venous Malformations: These are very rare birthmarks which are formed because of the abnormalities in the veins. These are usually bigger than other birthmarks and need to be treated by a process which is known as 'embolization'. This involves treating the malformation with a solution, thus putting a clog in the blood vessels and shrinking the mark.
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  • MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
    Some women may wear cotton and some satin. What is obvious here is which one of the two women are more comfortable. Even if the woman who is dressed in satin has a much shorter dress than the woman wearing cotton, the skin of the woman wearing cotton will still breathe a lot better. Therefore, it can be said that it is not the length of the clothing you wear as compared to the material you are wearing, which dictates how well you breathe. This is because certain fabrics allow sweat to evaporate while others block skin pores. Here are the fabrics, which allow sweat to evaporate and do not block skin pores.

    1.Cotton: There are a number of natural varieties of cotton. Cotton blends are one of those, which might not be very helpful, but 100% cotton fabric is. Seersucker and madras cotton are also easy to breathe in. Dry summers and humid conditions make cotton clothes ideal.

    2. Linen: Linen is another natural fiber, which absorbs moisture well. Since linen is lightweight, it is also a fabric which helps your skin breathe.

    3. Light variants of silk: The light variants of silk allow your skin to breathe since it dries quickly and is highly absorbent. Silk is also a fabric, which is least likely to cause an allergic reaction.

    4. Chambray: Chambray is an alternative to denim and is a breathable one as well.

    There are also fabrics which you should avoid in summer when your skin needs to breathe. They are.
    a. Satin: Satin as mentioned earlier is thick and heavy and does not allow someone to breathe well.
    b. Nylon: Nylon does not absorb sweat well and is also water repellant. This means that it will trap sweat within your clothes and will make you feel uncomfortable.
    c. Polyester: Polyester is very similar to nylon in that it makes sweat stick in between your body and your garment.
    d. Rayon or viscose: Rayon or viscose is often passed off as cotton. However, it's not as good as cotton, even though it is not as bad as polyester or nylon.
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  • MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
    Summers can be the worst time of the year for your hair. Often we find people complaining about their hair getting sticky, tangled and unmanageable when the temperature rises. This can be due to the fact that the hair loses its moisture in the heat and often gets dry and lifeless. With the onset of summers, your hair care routine should also change according to the climate so that it is healthy and moisturized. Here are a few tips which you can follow in the summers to keep your hair healthy-

    1. Cover your head - Cover your head with a hat or a scarf and protect it from direct sunlight. You can also wrap your head with a scarf before putting on the hat which will also protect your hair from getting tangled with the course material. Wearing a hat will keep your hair from getting dry and lifeless. Heat can damage your hair and give you split ends hence it is necessary to employ some level of protection.

    2. Wash Often - Make sure your hair is getting the moisture it needs. Drink plenty of water as apart from keeping your body hydrated, your hair will also benefit from it. Shampooing every day can make your hair dry and frizzy so make sure that you oil and condition it regularly. Rinse your hair properly after a swim because the chlorine in the pool water can damage your hair. Clean your scalp while washing so that it stays healthy.

    3. Opt for deep Conditioning - With the temperature rising, you must deep condition your hair at least once a month or once in two weeks depending on your hair type. Deep conditioning helps keep the moisture locked, strengthens your hair and prevents breakage and hair fall. Deep conditioning requires a plastic wrap which helps the conditioner to penetrate.

    4. Wear Protective Styles - You can style your hair in a way which will keep it away from your face and neck and at the same time make you look presentable. You can try braids, topknots, buns, high ponytails, etc. These hairdos also help prevent unwanted breakage and tangling.
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