Dr. Lawrence Jaeger is a board certified dermatologist in New York City and Medical Director of Advanced Dermatology Associates, a state of the art medical practice with multiple locations in Manhattan and the Bronx.  Dr Larry Jaeger and his group of board certified dermatologists and medical providers are expert in the diagnosis and treatment of… Read More


Dr. Lawrence Jaeger is a board certified dermatologist who has a practice in New York.  Dr Lawrence Jaeger specializes in the treatment of all skin, hair and nail disorders including all skin growths. http://www.adv-derm.com… Read More


Dr. Lawrence Jaeger is a board certified dermatologist who has a practice in New York.  Dr. Lawrence Jaeger specializes in the treatment of all skin, hair and nail disorders including all skin growths. http://www.adv-derm.com… Read More


Sarcoidosis is characterized by granulomas (a mass of red, irritated tissue) that may affect any organ system. The disease most commonly involves granuloma formation in the lungs. Other commonly involved organ systems include the lymph nodes, skin, eyes, liver, heart, nervous, musculoskeletal, renal (kidney), and endocrine systems. Signs and symptoms of sarcoidosis are variable because… Read More


Scleroderma comes in two main forms: systemic and localized. Scleroderma is a disease of unknown origin that affects the microvasculature and loose connective tissues of the body and is characterized by fibrosis and obliteration of vessels in the skin, lungs, gut, kidneys and heart. Morphea is a localized form of scleroderma and affects primarily just… Read More


Methotrexate (MTX) is one of most potent drugs used to control severe psoriasis and other skin diseases. It has been used for skin disease since the early 1960s. It was used initially to treat cancers. By chance, it was discovered to be effective in clearing psoriasis. For skin diseases it is used in much smaller… Read More


Impetigo is a common, contagious, superficial skin infection that is produced by bacteria. The two most common bacteria that cause impetigo are streptococcus and staphylococcus. This infection is more common in children than in adults. If not appropriately treated more serious complications may arise. The most common form of impetigo is called bullous (blistering) impetigo… Read More


Granuloma annulare (GA) is a common condition of unknown cause. It appears most often over knuckles and other joints or in places that are subject to frequent, mild injury such as the back of the hands or top of the feet. It is seen most often in older children and young adults. The “rash” of… Read More


Grover’s disease (transient acantholytic dermatosis) is a condition that appears suddenly as itchy red spots on the trunk, most often in older men. Minor cases of Grover’s disease may be rather common. Sometimes the features of Grover’s are found in people who do not itch or have a conspicuous rash. Most of the people with… Read More


Hailey-Hailey disease, also known as familial benign chronic pemphigus, was first discovered by the Hailey brothers in 1939. Hailey-Hailey disease is a genetic disorder inherited among family members with a 50% chance of inheritance from an affected parent. It is most common in the late teenage years, twenties and thirties. The lesions are most commonly… Read More