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Skin and toenail conditions include any unusual discoloration, irritation or unusual appearance. Conditions include ingrown nails, fungal nails,warts, corns and calluses, skin cancer, dry skin (cracked heels), sweaty feet, and psoriasis.

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Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common cancer. It is often caused by exposure to ultraviolet light  (sun, tanning booth), and begins with pre-cancerous lesions (dysplasia) that may look like an oddly shaped mole or a patch of scaly, rough skin. There are three main types of skin cancer: Basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and the most dangerous, melanoma. Basal cell and squamous carcinomas are the most common skin cancers and are usually treatable, while malignant melanoma is very aggressive and can spread to other organs in the body.

The following departments see patients with Skin Cancer:


Sleep Apnea

An individual with sleep apnea experiences breathing that stops and starts during the sleep cycle. The two main types of sleep apnea are central sleep apnea, when the brain isn’t sending the right signals to the muscles that control breathing, and obstructive sleep apnea, when the throat muscles relax. 

The following departments see patients with Sleep Apnea:


Sleep disorders include any disruption in the normal sleep pattern, including abnormal breathing and movement, falling and staying asleep, and other sleep issues. A sleep disorder can negatively affect health and quality of life, can affect any age group, and is usually treatable.

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Somatoform disorders are mental illnesses that cause physical symptoms like pain that cannot be connected to any physical cause. Suffers are not “faking” symptoms; the pain and other complications they experience are real. Symptoms vary depending on the type of somatoform disorder, which includes Briquet’s syndrome, with symptoms involving several different organs and body systems, and undifferentiated somatoform disorder, which includes hypochondriasis, a preoccupation with concern that the suffer has a very serious illness.

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