Dr. Tor A Shwayder
Address: 1 Ford Pace, Detroit, Michigan, 48202, United States, Wayne State University
About the Doctor
Dr. Shwayder has practice Pediatric Dermatology at HFH since 1987. He is board certified in Pediatrics, Dermatology and Pediatric Dermatology. He specializes in all skin related disorders that affect children and adolescents. His particular interests are in: Eczemas, Ichthyoses (scaly skin disorders), Hemangiomas, Vascular malformations, Blistering disorders, Genetic disorders, Birthmarks, Baby rashes, Moles, Acne, etc. He really does not mind screaming kids and worried mothers in small rooms for long periods of time.
He also has a degree in violin instruction from the Royal Academy of Music (London England) and is a licensed pilot with IFR, advanced engine and retractable gear ratings.View Contact Details
Degree: University of Michigan MI 1980
Residency: University of Michigan, Pediatrics, MI, 1983
- Dr. Shwayder has practice Pediatric Dermatology at HFH since 1987.
- Hour Magazine Top Doc for over 20 years in a row
- President Michigan Dermatological Society 2010
- PHACE Syndrome: Consensus-Derived Diagnosis and Care Recommendations.
- Perioral dermatitis: a review of the condition with special attention to treatment options.
- A pediatric case of pigmented epithelioid melanocytoma with chromosomal copy number alterations in 15q and 17q and a novel NTRK3-SCAPER gene fusion.
- ABCA12 homozygous mutation in harlequin ichthyosis: Survival without systemic retinoids.
- Poikiloderma with neutropenia and associated squamous cell carcinoma: A case report.
- Update in adolescent dermatology.
- Photodermatoses: Kids are not just little people.
- Clotrimazole/betamethasone diproprionate: a review of costs and complications in the treatment of common cutaneous fungal infections.
- Photosensitivity disorders in children: part I.
- Teenage boy with thickened dorsal hands and feet.
- Photosensitivity disorders in children: part II.
- Lymphoplasmacytic Plaque in Children: A Demonstrative Case of an Emerging Clinicopathologic Entity.
- Medical mystery--the answer.
- Congenital Ichthyosiform Erythroderma Superimposed with Chronic Dermatophytosis: A Report of Three Siblings.
- Aplasia cutis congenita with fetus papyraceus: report and review of the literature.
- Identification of a novel C16orf57 mutation in Athabaskan patients with Poikiloderma with Neutropenia.
- Halo congenital nevocellular nevi associated with extralesional vitiligo: a case series with review of the literature.
- Malignant melanoma arising in the setting of epidermolysis bullosa simplex: an important distinction from epidermolysis bullosa nevus.
- Skin-of-color epidemiology: a report of the most common skin conditions by race.
- Elephantiasis nostras verrucosa on the buttocks and sacrum of two immobile men.
- A young boy with bullae.
- Management of complicated facial hemangiomas with beta-blocker (propranolol) therapy.
- Proliferative nodule resembling angiomatoid Spitz tumor with degenerative atypia arising within a giant congenital nevus.
- A girl with loose anagen hair syndrome and concurrent uncombable hair syndrome.
- Fibromatosis colli with hypertrichosis: a rare case of cutaneous manifestation of a muscular disorder.
- Images in clinical medicine. A medical mystery--hyperpigmentation of the skin.
- Nijmegen breakage syndrome associated with porokeratosis.
- Familial Sweet's syndrome in 2 brothers, both seen in the first 2 weeks of life.