Liposuction complications are not wholly dependent on the absolute volume of lipoaspirate, but rather include the synergistic effects of other relevant patient factors--namely, BMI, a new study suggests.
Hysterectomy and panniculectomy can be performed simultaneously without increasing risk of complications, a new study shows.
Injectable products that claim to lighten complexions, correct uneven skin tone, and clear up blemishes are potentially unsafe and ineffective, and might contain unknown harmful ingredients or contaminants, the FDA warns.
Rich Castellano, MD, writes about Periscope, a new smartphone app that can help you broadcast your skills and expertise in real time.
Incoming AAFPRS president Edwin Williams, MD, speaks to PSP Editor Denise Mann about selfies in the September PSP issue's cover story.
New Zealand honey may offer hope for teens with acne, new research suggests.
Researchers at the University of New Mexico report that when used outside, several common smartphones and tablets could increase the user’s total UV exposure.
Take a look at what's turning heads and making noise in the September 2015 "Hot Stuff."
The AAD is seeking applicants for two international travel grants. The deadline for both grants is Wednesday, September 30, 2015.
Dermatologist Vic A. Narurkar, MD, FAAD, shares "10 Things" about him and his practice in the September 2015 PSP.
One can taste about the history of Argentina in a glass of Malbec from Mendoza, according to Richard A. Baxter, MD, the author of Age Gets Better with Wine.
Picosecond lasers are shaking up the tattoo removal field. PSP contributing editor Wendy Lewis explains why and how here.
Billing and coding expert Mary Jean Sage writes in the September 2015 issue of PSP that now is the time to prepare for the ICD-10 transition.
IL-17 blockers may revolutionize the treatment of alopecia areata. August is hair loss awareness month.
"The Verdict" columnist Alex R. Thiersch, JD, shares what physicians should know before signing on as medical spa directors in PSP's September 2015 issue.
In the September 2015 "Shorr Thing," Jay A. Shorr, BA, MBM-C, CAC I-VII, warns about card not present transactions, and gives tips to protect online CNP purchases.
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In the September 2015 issue, PSP editor Denise Mann goes "Behind the Scenes" with Julie Davis, JD, MHA, executive director of Ponte Vedra Plastic Surgery & Ambulatory Surgery Center in Jacksonville, Fla.
Wendy Lewis' latest "Social Studies" column, in the September 2015 issue, explains five reasons why a marketing calendar is necessary for success.
David Evans, PhD, MBA, explains how online reviews can help increase your online search engine rankings in his latest "The Edge" column, for the September 2015 PSP.
The American Academy of Dermatology recently released new recommendations regarding dermatologic tests and treatments that are not always necessary. This marks the Academy’s second list developed as part of the Choosing Wisely® campaign, an ABIM Foundation initiative designed to help patients avoid care that may be unnecessary for them.