Professor Attila HORVÁTH MD

Professor and former Chair of the Department of Dermato-Venereology, Semmelweis University of Medicine, Budapest

Director-General of the National Institute of Dermato-Venereology, Budapest (until its closure).


Member of several international and foreign scientific socities, Professor Horváth has authored more than 300 scientific papers and edited 3 books and 17 book chapters.


Professor Horváth has also been a lecturer at 'Mindentudás Egyeteme' (University of All Knowledge). For his presentation, click on the link below:
www.mindentudas.hu


Diploma:Budapest Medical University (1963)


Specialist Training:
Dermatology-venereology, medical cosmetology (1967)
Immunology(1980)
Clinical immunology, allergology (1985)


Scientific degree:
Ph.D. in Medicine (1980)


Languages spoken:
Angol Német

Rendelési idő:

Thursday: 3.00 pm – 6.00 pm

Patients with appointments will be given priority. Walk-in patients will be seen on a first come first served basis.
Booking an appointment by phone will save you time! So do not hesitate to call one of the numbers below:

Landline: (36-1) 2018 459, Mo-Fri 14.00-19.00 pm
GSM: (06-30) 471 6073, (06-30) 631 9334, (06-70) 548 5101
Professor Horváth will consult on:

All general dermatology
Pediatric dermatology
Venereology
Allergology
Clinical immunology

His special interests include:

The more frequently occurring conditions:
psoriasis, all types of hair loss, acne, venous leg ulcer (crural ulcer) skin manifestations of internal diseases skin infection (fungal, viral, bacterial)

Allergic and immune diseases:
urticaria (hives) allergic vasculitis (inflammation of the blood vessels),
eczema,
food allergy,
drug allergy, autoimmune diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases:
human papilloma virus infection
human papilloma virus infection
HIV
Syphilis

Professorial consultation:

If you wish to seek a second medical opinion, please, indicate it upon making your appointment as this consultation requires longer time to be scheduled. You should bring along your medical files, test data and reports.