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Melvin Gelfarb, M.D.

Clinical Associate Professor;
Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology

Contact Info

Address
142-30 Sanford Avenue
Flushing, NY 11355

718-358-3344

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Medical Specialties

Dermatology

Medical Expertise

Warts, Rosacea, Psoriasis, General Dermatology, Urticaria/Hives, Vitiligo, Nail Disease, Dermatologic Surgery, Hair Diseases, Skin Cancer

Languages

French, German, Yiddish

Insurance

Cigna PPO, Group Health Insurance (GHI), Local 1199, Medicare

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Board Certification

1963 — Ab Dermatology - Dermatology

Education

1951-1957 — Bern University Medical Facility, Medical Education
1957-1958 — Maimonides Medical Center (Rotating Internship), Internship
1958-1959 — NYU Medical Center (Dermatology), Residency Training
1959-1960 — Bellevue Hospital Center (Dermatology), Residency Training
1960-1961 — Manhattan VA Hospital (Dermatology), Residency Training

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All data from NYU Health Sciences Library Faculty Bibliography — -

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Keratosis follicularis of sudden onset. Report of three cases
WITTEN VH; GELFARB M
1963 Jun;87(6):732-734, Archives of dermatology
— id: 38702, year: 1963, vol: 87, page: 732, stat: Journal Article,

Multiple noduli cutanei. An unusual case of multiple noduli cutanei in a patient with hydronephrosis
GELFARB M; HYMAN AB
1962 Jan;85(6):89-94, Archives of dermatology
— id: 38704, year: 1962, vol: 85, page: 89, stat: Journal Article,

Plantar fibromatosis
GELFARB M; MICHAELIDES P
1962 Feb;85(6):278-281, Archives of dermatology
— id: 38703, year: 1962, vol: 85, page: 278, stat: Journal Article,

SCLERODERMA - GUTTATE MORPHEA VS - LICHEN SCLEROSUS ET ATROPHICANS
WITTEN, VH; GELFARB, M
1962 ;85(4):546-&, Archives of dermatology
— id: 674102, year: 1962, vol: 85, page: 546, stat: Journal Article,

Allergic eczematous contact dermatitis. Report of a case caused by sensitization to undecylenic acid and its zinc salt
GELFARB M; LEIDER M
1960 Oct;82(6):642-643, Archives of dermatology
— id: 38705, year: 1960, vol: 82, page: 642, stat: Journal Article,