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SELECT * FROM wp_post_doctors WHERE main_specility = 'Dermatology' AND countries_name = 'India' AND cms_doctor_id='26975'
Experience - 33 Years
Languages - English, Hindi and Telugu

Consultation Fees
   
₹ 399.00/-

Profile Description

With a remarkable 33-year career in dermatology, Dr. RVSG Murali Krishna Rao is a highly experienced Dermatologist practicing in Visakhapatnam. He holds an MBBS qualification and a Diploma in Dermatology. Dr. Krishna Rao is proficient in both English and Telugu.

Qualifications

  • MBBS, Diploma in Dermatology

Registrations

    Dr. RVSG Murali Krishna Rao's extensive expertise ensures that patients receive specialized care for a comprehensive spectrum of dermatological concerns. He is a member of Indian Medical Association (IMA).

Awards and Recognitions

    Dr. RVSG Murali Krishna Rao's extensive expertise ensures that patients receive specialized care for a comprehensive spectrum of dermatological concerns. He is a member of Indian Medical Association (IMA).

Research & Publications

    Dr. RVSG Murali Krishna Rao's extensive expertise ensures that patients receive specialized care for a comprehensive spectrum of dermatological concerns. He is a member of Indian Medical Association (IMA).

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FAQ’s

Medicas allows you to consult a dermatologist for a variety of skin, hair, and nail-related concerns. These may include acne, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, skin infections, hair loss, skin allergies, mole evaluation, cosmetic procedures, and general skin care advice.
To schedule an online consultation with a dermatologist through Medicas, log in to your account and browse through the available dermatologists. Select a convenient date and time for your consultation and follow the prompts to confirm your appointment. Detailed instructions on how to connect for your virtual consultation will be provided.
Absolutely! It is encouraged to discuss your skin condition in detail during the online consultation. You can provide a thorough description of your symptoms, duration of the condition, any triggering factors, and share images of the affected area if necessary. This helps the dermatologist in assessing and diagnosing your condition more accurately.
Yes, dermatologists can prescribe medications and recommend skincare products through Medicas based on your condition. They can provide prescriptions for topical treatments, oral medications, or recommend over-the-counter skincare products to address your specific skin concerns. The dermatologist may also suggest lifestyle modifications or home remedies, if appropriate.
Certainly! Medicas allows you to consult with dermatologists for cosmetic concerns and procedures. Whether you have questions about skincare routines, anti-aging treatments, dermal fillers, Botox, chemical peels, or other cosmetic procedures, a dermatologist can provide guidance and recommendations based on your goals and needs.
Absolutely! Medicas supports follow-up care and guidance from dermatologists for ongoing skin conditions or treatments. Dermatologists can monitor your progress, provide additional recommendations or adjustments to your treatment plan, and ensure that you are achieving the desired results through virtual consultations.
The best treatment typically involves moisturizers, and avoiding irritants or allergens. In some cases, oral medications may be needed.
Individuals with a family history of allergies or asthma, those exposed to irritants, and people with certain skin conditions are at higher risk.
Dermatitis itself is not contagious, but it can spread to other areas of the body through scratching or contact with irritants.
Yes, dermatitis is typically very itchy, which can lead to scratching and further skin damage.
Visit Medicas, look for dermatologists and check credentials, patient reviews and consultation fees.
Visit the Medicas website, find a dermatologist, select an appointment time and confirm the booking.
The main types of eczema are Atopic, Contact, Dyshidrotic, Nummular, Seborrheic and Stasis eczema.
Eczema is diagnosed through Physical examination, Medical history, Patch testing and Skin biopsy.
Avoid scratching, Wear soft, breathable clothing, and moisturize regularly to stop eczema from spreading.
Medicas connect you with the best eczema doctors virtually who have immense experience in treating various eczema conditions.
See a doctor for your eczema if Itchiness disrupts sleep or daily activities, Symptoms worsen despite over-the-counter treatments, You suspect an infection and Eczema spreads to new areas.
Eczema can be classified into 3 stages, though it doesn't always follow a strict order: Acute, Subacute and Chronic.
Eczema can vary in severity, but for most people, it's not considered life-threatening.
The exact cause of rosacea is not fully known yet.
Rosacea primarily affects the skin, particularly the blood vessels in the face.
Dermatologists treat rosacea either with antibiotics or laser therapies.
Medicas, a telehealth platform connects you with the best doctors for rosacea treatment.
The biggest trigger for rosacea is sun exposure. Other common triggers include spicy foods, alcohol etc.
Laser therapy treatments are considered among the most effective long-term options for reducing redness and visible blood vessels.
While some research suggests a link between rosacea and deficiencies in vitamin B, C, or D, particularly vitamin B12, there's no definitive evidence that a specific deficiency causes rosacea.
People with fair skin(not limited), middle and older adults. It is more common in women but tends to be more severe in men.
No specific diseases cause rosacea, but it is associated with several conditions, including gastrointestinal diseases, autoimmune diseases and metabolic conditions. However, these associations do not imply direct causation.
It is very simple. The process to book an appointment with rosacea doctor in medicas is as follows: Login/Register ? Select from the list of rosacea doctors with your preferred location, experience and ratings ? Select your available time slots ? Complete the payment.
Scalp psoriasis is often considered difficult to treat due to the challenges in applying topical treatments effectively and the potential for hair interference.
The exact cause of psoriasis is not fully understood, but it is believed to involve a combination of genetic, immune system, and environmental factors.
To stop psoriasis from spreading, manage stress, eat a balanced diet, avoid smoking, protect skin etc.
While psoriasis severity isn't predetermined by age, few age-related changes can make managing it more complex.
Psoriasis does not necessarily mean a weak immune system, but it involves immune system dysfunction, where it mistakenly attacks healthy skin cells.
Psoriasis can be treated with light therapy, topical treatments, medications and lifestyle changes.
Psoriasis is usually diagnosed through Physical Examination but in some cases, additional tests(skin biopsy) might be needed to confirm diagnosis or rule out other conditions.
The symptoms of psoriasis include Thickened or pitted nails, Silvery scales on the skin surface, Dry, cracked skin that may bleed, Red, raised, inflamed patches of skin etc.
Some doctors offer online consultations through telehealth platforms like Medicas. Consider a consultation to discuss psoriasis treatment and see if it aligns with your preferences.
Visit medicasapp.com, sign up with them, choose from the list of psoriasis doctors, schedule your slot and finally make the payment.
Types of pimples include whiteheads, blackheads, papules, pustules, nodules, and cysts.
Blackheads are open clogged pores filled with oil and dead skin cells. Unlike whiteheads, the opening of the pore is exposed to air, causing the plug to oxidize and turn black.
Hormonal changes, stress, and poor hygiene can cause chin pimples.
Excess oil production, dead skin cells, and bacteria can contribute to pimples on the face. Hormonal changes and genetics also play a role.
Similar factors as facial acne can cause them. Tight-fitting clothing, sweating, and friction can also contribute.
Poor digestion and gut issues can lead to inflammation and nose acne.
Be concerned about scalp bumps if they are large, painful, or persistent, they are accompanied by hair loss, redness, or pus, you suspect they might be caused by an infection or underlying condition.
Keep the area clean, avoid tight clothing, and use gentle skincare products. If severe, see a doctor.
Use Medicas for booking an appointment with a top pimples doctor by simply registering, selecting a slot and confirming the payment.
Look for the doctor with expertise in pimples treatment, their experience and reviews in Medicas and select the best according to you amongst them.

Note: These FAQs are intended to provide general information for consulting a dermatologist online through the Medicas platform. For specific inquiries or concerns, it is recommended to refer contact our customer support number 90534 90543 (India) | +1 868 365 2800 (Caribbean) for further assistance.

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