Corinne Erickson, MD
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Stanford University
Medical: University of Rochester
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Internal Medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Residency: Dermatology, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Blog Posts and Articles
I come from a family of persistent poppers. I am the oldest of three sisters, and the youngest could be a board-certified bathroom surgeon. I remember sitting with her on the beach, she was 6 and I was 11, and letting her convince me that there was a tiny seed inside the mole on my left wrist. “Can I pop it out?” she asked, eyes wide with anticipation. Disgusted with the thought of a seed in my wrist, I replied, “You can try.” She pinched and squeezed...
Moles are curious little creatures. Some arrive with you right out of the womb, some appear in childhood, and some don’t appear until adulthood. They range in color from pink to black. And they range in size from a tiny little dot to larger than a quarter. Some moles look like targets and others like halos. With all of these different colors, shapes and sizes, it can be tricky to know what to look for when you look at your skin. One way to approach your moles is...
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