Steven M. Rotter, MD
Board-Certified Dermatologist
Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgeon
I want to educate patients about what treatments are available for them and work together to implement the plan that they helped create.
- Steven M. Rotter, MD

Education

Undergraduate Degree:
University of Maryland, MD

Medical Degree:
University of Maryland School of Medicine, MD

General Surgery Internship:
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, MD

General Surgery Residency:
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, MD

Dermatology Residency:
John Hopkins Hospital, MD

Mohs and Dermatologic Surgery Fellowship:
University of Pennsylvania, PA

Certificates

Board-Certified Dermatologist (American Board of Dermatology)
Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgeon (American College of Mohs Surgery)

Publications

Barbul, A., Shawe, T., Rotter, S., Efron, J., Wasserkrug, H. and Badway, S. Wound healing in nude mice. Surgery. 1989: 105: 764-769.

Schuster, R., Rotter, S., Boonn, W. and Efron, G. The use of tissue expanders in immediate breast reconstruction following mastectomy for cancer. Br J Plastic Surg. 1990; 46: 413-418.

Rotter, A. A slowly growing pigmented nodule on the nose; pigmented basal cell carcinoma. J Clin Cases. 1991; 1: 2-3.

Szych, C., Rotter, S., Gallant, J. Papules and nodules in a patient with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and recurrent cryptococcal meningitis; bacillary angiomatosis. Arch Derm. 1991; 127: 1831-1836.

Skouge, J.W., Morison, W.L., Diwan, R.V., Rotter, S. Autografting and PUVA a combination therapy for vitiligo. J Derm Surg Oncol. 1992; 18: 357-360.

Rotter, S., Weiss, R. The use of human saphenous vein as an in vitro model for studying the action of sclerosing solutions. J Derm Surg Oncol.

Rotter, S., Skouge, J.W. Treatment of premalignant lesions. Conn’s Current Therapy.