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Mushtaq Ahmad Khan, M.D.

Board Certified Dermatologist
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dermatology@ibnsinafoundation.org


From Home Phone 281-302-5756
*67 Anonymous
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Dr. Naeem-Liaquat Ali

Dental Clinic

291-977-7467

Dental Manager

Dr. Mohammad Umair Ali

713-402-9812



Services offered

Telederm Consultation from any place, any time
Office based Dermatology Practice
Office removal of Moles, Growths & Tumors
Prevention, Early Detection & Prompt Treatment 
of all skin problems
Acne, Rashes, Blemishes, Moles. Warts, Lumps, Bumps & Cancers
Dr. Khan is a Board Certified Dermatologist & Dermatopathologist

By Appointment Only

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You can "Pre-Register" by submitting the forms to expedite your visit.



Telederm Consultation from any place, any time 
Call Mr. Liaquat Khowaja - Ibn Sina Clinic for Assistance

Accutane Telederm Follow Up Appointments
Review Accutane Flow Sheets + H&P + Photos for each visit before Telederm Visit + Zung Accutane Questionnaire + Prescriber Isotretinoin Educational Kit

Single Spot-Check Skin Cancer Screening Form

Multiple Spot-Check Skin Cancer Screening Form

Spot-Check Recommendations

Self Skin Exam & Common Skin Spots

Sexual Harassment, Abuse or Misconduct

Introduction to our Dermatology Practice & Registration Form


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Follow Up Visit History Forms

Follow Up Visit with New Problem History Forms

New Problem Single Page History Form

Derm Exam (E&M) Form

Multiple Spot Check - Skin Cancer Screening Form

Rash Additional History & Basic Information Forms

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Local weather & UV Index

UV Index Protection Advice

What is Ultraviolet Radiation?

UV Protection

How to choose a SunScreen


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Miscellaneous Forms & Documents

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Complete Medical Evaluation Recommendation

Molluscum Contagiosum

Staph Infection - MRSA Carrier

Skin Staph Infection - Rx

Pain & Itch Syndromes

Pityriasis Alba

Keratosis Pilaris Treatment

Generalized Pruritus Work Up

Atopic Eczema - Dermatitis

New Atopic Dermatitis Rx

Crisaborole 2% Cream Phosphodiaesterase Inhibitor (PGE-4) (Eucrisa) $600/60 Gm Tube with GoodRx.com Coupon.

FDA Approves Regeneron, Sanofi Dupilumab (Dupixent) $37,000 Per Year Eczema Drug


Acute Urticaria - Hives

Chronic Urticaria - Summary

Chronic Urticaria Rx Step-Approach

Antihistamines Sedating   Non-Sedating

Angioedema Patient Information

Flushing Disorder Evaluation

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Itching in absence of skin disease

Neuropathic Skin Disorders

Just as Prurigo Nodularis patients are digging into their lesions, dermatologists need to dig in too, ruling out important associations and searching for effective therapies to break the noxious itch-scratch cycle.

May try Doxepin & Clobetasol. Consider getting other colleagues involved in trying to find a treatable cause &/or making the patient comfortable.

Neurologic & Psychosomatic Itch Mechanism

Localized Pain &/or Itch Back or Arm



Local Anesthetics

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International Hyperhidrosis Society

Hyperhidrosis-Basics






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Skin of Color

Thinning Hair in Women

Enlarged Facial Pores Rx 2016

Pseudofolliculitis Barbae

Hidradenitis Suppurativa


Vitiligo-Basics

Jakafi ruxolitinib cream 1.5% twice daily or vehicle cream for 24 weeks.

An improvement of at least 75% in facial Vitiligo Area Scoring Index (F-VASI) from baseline was the primary endpoint of both studies.

Melasma & Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation

Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation Dx & Rx Protocol  

Blemishes, Melasma & Dark Spots

Cosmeceuticals & Botanicals

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Tinea Versicolor-Review

Tinea Versicolor-Rx




Rosacea Ivermectin (Soolantra) ® Cream 1% once daily

Camouflage for Rosacea

https://sites.google.com/site/dermatologynow/dermatology-now/Concealer.jpg?attredirects=0

Try a yellow/green Primer or Concealer, neither too light nor too dark 
Episodic Flushing  Avoid Trigger +  Rx:- Mirvaso (Bromidine) 0.33% or Rhofade (Oxymetazoline) 1% 30 Gm

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Alopecia Areata - Xeljanz Rx

2% Tofacitinib Cream or lotion is a Janus kinase (JAK) inhibitor. $220

Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)




University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Blvd. PO Box 434
Houston, TX 77030


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https://vivacare.com/MyAccount



Merck Manual



Eskata™, Aclaris Therapeutics), 40% hydrogen peroxide for raised seborrheic keratoses


Dermatology Re-Certification



Miandad Khan Sayyah

Sayyed Sadiq Hussain Shah


اللہ تعالیٰ نے کھانے پینے کی چیزوں کے علاوہ صرف پانچ چیزیں حرام کی ہیں:
ایک فواحش، دوسرے حق تلفی، تیسرے جان، مال اور آبرو کے خلاف زیادتی ، چوتھے شرک اور پانچویں بدعت

دین میں اگرچہ عبادات بھی ہیں اور تطہیر بدن اور تطہیر خور و نوش کے احکام بھی

 مگر سب سے زیادہ اہمیت تطہیر اخلاق کی ہے 

ایمان کا حسن اِس کے بغیر درجۂ کمال کو نہیں پہنچ سکتا

 قرآن مجید

تطہیر : Implementation of Akhlaq

تزکیہ : Purification of Soul

اچھی فطرت . تطہیر 

 Husn-e-Akhlaq .  حسن اخلاق

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Please do not use any information on this page as professional advice.

Proper medical advice requires a thorough clinical evaluation by qualified experts.
Scabies Rx: Topical (Elimite - Permethrin) Two overnight applications 5 days apart. Decontaminate all clothings
Oral Tab: Ivermectin/Stromectol 3 mg for the treatment of scabies†.
Oral dosage Adults  The CDC recommends 200 mcg/kg (Approx 100 mcg/lb) PO as a single dose, with a repeat dose 2 weeks later as a first line option.
Surgical Fee + Facility Fee + Misc Lab & Other ancillary Support Fee

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