Dr. Patrick M Hatfield MD
Dermatologist | Procedural Dermatology299 Eagle Mountain Blvd Batesville AR, 72503
Dr. Patrick Hatfield is a dermatologist practicing in Batesville, AR. Dr. Hatfield specializes in skin care. Dermatologists evaluate and manage both common and uncommon skin conditions. These conditions include acne, psoriasis, warts, skin infections, atopic dermatitis, herpes simplex and more. Dermatologists are also experts in more complex skin diseases like impetigo, hidradenitis and milaria. Dr. Hatfield diagnoses skin problems and develops unique treatments plans for each individual patient.
Education and Training
Univ of Nv Sch of Med, Reno Nv 1993
University Of Nevada School Of Medicine 1993
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD
- Role of liver scanning in the diagnosis of hepatic metastases.
- Ectopic pelvic spleen.
- Multiple forms of ubiquitin-activating enzyme E1 from wheat. Identification of an essential cysteine by in vitro mutagenesis.
- Use of the modified Delphi technique to identify and rate home injury hazard risks and prevention methods for young children.
- Cloning of ubiquitin activating enzyme from wheat and expression of a functional protein in Escherichia coli.
- Comparison of the three-dimensional structures of human, yeast, and oat ubiquitin.
- Adult polycystic disease of the kidneys (Potter type 3).
- Splenic and hepatic evaluation during infusion nephrotomography. A potential source of considerable diagnostic information.
- Cavitating pulmonary nodules complicating Hodgkin's disease.
- Palpable neck mass and multiple bone lesions.
- Phytochrome A overexpression in transgenic tobacco. Correlation of dwarf phenotype with high concentrations of phytochrome in vascular tissue and attenuated gibberellin levels.
- The ubiquitin-activating enzyme (E1) gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana.
- Dermatologic phenomenon: clinically useful para-diagnostic pearls for everyday practice.
- Anatomic variation in the gallbladder and bile ducts.
- Actinic Keratosis
- Skin Cancer
- Seborrheic Keratosis
- Sebaceous Cyst
- Univ Of Ar Coll Of Med, Dermatology; Univ Of Ar Coll Of Med, Internal Medicine
- University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Program
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- How Is Hives (Urticaria) Diagnosed?
Hives are normally diagnosed by performing a detailed physical examination of the idiosyncratic reddish rash. If a patient is suffering from long-term hives, several tests may be done to establish the underlying cause.Acute Hives DiagnosisA general medical practitioner can simply diagnose mild...
- Ringworm in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, and Prevention
What is Ringworm? Ringworm is a fungal skin disease. The fungi live on the skin surface and skin follicle. They feed on dead skin tissue and hair. The most predominant fungus that can cause ringworm is Microsporum canis, which can affect the superficial layer of hair, nails, and skin. Medically,...
- What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Acne?
Acne-related symptoms differ from one person to another. There may be painful, pus-filled lumps appearing underneath the surface of the skin, which are referred to as cystic lesions. Pimples occur as papules filled with pus at the tips. If you notice some open plugged pores in your skin, those are...
- Top 10 Common Acne Myths Debunked
Junk Food Causes Acne: Eating junk food like pizza, french fries, burgers, and chocolate doesn’t cause acne to develop. However, studies have shown that the sugary foods can aggravate the existing acne. This means if you want to have your favorite chocolate ice cream, don’t hold back. But if...
- Is Scabies a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD)?
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)These are infections that can be passed from one person to another through anal sex, oral sex, and vaginal sex. Many people might have an STD, but they may not show symptoms. STDs are common in people. They can be dangerous, but most of them can be...
- Treatments for Ingrown Hairs
Ingrown hairs hide in raised mounds of inflamed follicles appearing externally as acne, like reddish protrusions or sacs with transparent tips filled with pus and blood. They are painful to touch and create a burning sensation on the affected skin. You see them on your face, neck, pubic area, legs...