PSP's December 2015 "Hot Stuff" shines the spotlight on the four hottest launches in 2015.
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The December 2015 PSP's "10 Things" profiles John A. Kotis, MD, who specializes in hand reconstruction and rejuvenation.
Wendy Lewis explains 11 steps to build a better blog, in the December 2015 PSP "Smart Practices" column.
Nebraska State Sen. Robert Hilkemann, who sponsored the truth in advertising bill, was recognized as the State Legislative Patient Safety Hero.
The ASDSA Patient Safety Hero Awards recognize leaders who have taken an active role in the promotion and protection of patient safety in dermatologic procedures.
The global atopic dermatitis treatment market will more than double in value from $3.6 billion in 2014 to an estimated $7.3 billion by 2024.
Jay A. Shorr, BA, MBM-C, CAC I-VIII answers four questions he was most frequently asked in 2015, in the December 2015 PSP.
The elastic fiber network in the dermis gets disrupted in a stretch mark, but no currently available topical treatments target the disruption.
David Evans, PhD, MBA, shares four lessons we learned in 2015, and what they can or should mean for your search engine marketing plan, in the December 2015 "The Edge."
DERMAFLASH is a noninvasive exfoliation device specifically for women that's based on the principles of dermaplaning.
New ASDS grants fund research on such topics as the effectiveness of specific lasers on surgical/traumatic scars and whether certain preoperative methods improve the functional status of Mohs surgery patients for non-melanoma skin cancer.
In the December 2015 PSP Editor's Note, Denise Mann shares an update on the pursuit of Allergan--which she notes was the biggest story of 2015.
Photographs demonstrate Patrick Hardison’s recovery, beginning August 15, 2015 through November 11, 2015. PHOTO CREDIT: NYU Langone
Doctors at NYU Langone Medical Center have completed the most extensive face transplant to date.
A new systematic review finds inconclusive evidence about any association between silicone gel breast implants and long-term health outcomes.
A UK sociologist reports that fake-looking, obviously augmented breasts are back in style in the US, and that we can thank big-breasted celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Sofia Vergara, Jessica Simpson, and Victoria Beckham for it.
ASPS Members Landing Page V2
New Look Now users can apply for the CareCredit credit card while reviewing their simulations online, during their practice visit, at an in-practice patient event, or when requesting an appointment with a provider.
The FDA-approved Cotellic (cobimetinib) to be used in combination with vemurafenib for the treatment of advanced melanoma.
PHS is defined as the transient period of health vulnerability following an acute illness and is characterized by the risk of early re-hospitalization due to physiologic stressors from the initial admission.
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A 41-year-old patient presented with an accessory breast on her left-hand side which increased in size in the 10 years following her first pregnancy. A mastectomy was performed to remove the accessory breast, and the patient was happy with cosmetic surgery.
At the recent ASDS Annual Meeting, Stephen H. Mandy, MD, was recognized as the 2015 winner of the Stegman Award.
Stephen H. Mandy, MD, of Miami Beach, Fla, took home the Samuel J. Stegman Award, MD, for Distinguished Service, the highest honor bestowed by the ASDS.
A new microneedle device—the Given Needle—may help eradicate spider veins with one treatment, a new study shows.