Established in 1977, there are currently 11 doctors (including 3 deputy chief physicians) and 2 nurses, 8 of whom have master degrees and 2 have doctorates, in Dermatology. Annual outpatient visits are about 120,000.
(1) Allergic diseases such as eczema dermatitis, urticaria, and drug rash in children; chicken pox, hand, foot and mouth disease, scarlet fever, warts, folliculitis, impetigo, candida dermatitis, athlete's foot, ringworm, scabies;
(2) Pigmented disorders such as erythema multiforme, pityriasis rosea, allergic purpura, hair loss, acne, psoriasis, vitiligo, lupus erythematosus, staphylococcal scald skin syndrome, pigment incontinence;
(3) Hereditary skin diseases such as ichthyosis, keratosis follicularis, bullous epidermolysis;
(4) Dystrophic skin disorders such as enteric acrodermatitis;
(5) Hemangiomas, hair onset, and onychomycosis in children;
(6) Allergens, trace elements, fungal microscopy and culture tests.
The department has strong strength in the clinical diagnosis and treatment of common skin diseases in children, with rich experience in the diagnosis and treatment of children with allergic skin diseases, infectious skin diseases, bullous skin diseases, hereditary skin diseases, fungal diseases, and rare diseases, especially in children with eczema, atopic dermatitis.
Nearly 30 research papers have been published, including several SCI papers in recent years. This department has in-depth research on the effects and exacerbation factors of infant eczema, intestinal flora in the pathogenesis of eczema, and temperament and parental behavior in children with severe eczema.