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Welcome to Apollo Dermotologist

Dr. R.K. Joshi
MBBS , MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist , 44 Years Experience

Gained wide experience in U.K. by working as a Registrar, Senior Registrar and Consultant in Dermatology. He held position of a Consultant and Head of Dermatology at The Armed Forces Hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He has been a visiting Consultant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King'slynn, England.
Dr. Joshi has been affiliated to:

  • IADV&L
  • International society of hair restoration surgery
  • A founder member of Association of hair restoration surgery, India.
  • British association of Dermatology

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