MIMA dermatologists perform many specialized diagnostic procedures including microscopic examination of skin biopsy specimens, cytological smears, patch tests, photo tests, potassium hydroxide (KOH) preparations, fungus cultures and other microbiologic examination of skin scrapings and secretions. Treatment methods include externally applied, injected, and internal medications, selected x-ray and ultraviolet light therapy, and a range of dermatologic surgical procedures.
Larry Bishop, M.D. and Anita Saluja, M.D. are board-certified dermatologists with MIMA. To be certified as a dermatologist, a physician must have had at least four years of post-graduate residency training accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. In addition to the successful completion of the four years of required training, the certification process includes a comprehensive examination administered by the American Board of Dermatology. Dr. Bishop practices at MIMA's Viera facility, 7125 Murrell Rd and Gateway facility, 1223 Gateway Drive. Dr. Saluja practices at MIMA's Viera facility, 7125 Murrell Rd and Seaside Centre, 1220 Highway A1A.