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Category: Continuing Education
Warren B. Seiler, III, MD, owner and medical director at Seiler Skin and the Seiler Skin Aesthetic Institute (SSAI), announces the launch of SSAI’s comprehensive, online CME-certified Neurotoxin and Filler injection training courses.Read More
Plastic surgery training takes a toll on childbearing and reproductive health, including negative effects on fertility, complications during pregnancy, and breastfeeding practices, reports a study in the November issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.Read More
A study published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery suggests that non-biologic simulators could prove to be a better alternative when it comes to training future surgeons.Read More
Registration is open for TME Foundation’s inaugural continuing medical education course, which will focus on a team approach to oncoplastic surgery (OPS), an advanced form of breast cancer surgery, and will take place June 28-29 in Chicago.Read More
The First International Keloid Symposium, an education and networking opportunity for scientists and physicians treating keloid disease, will be held September 8-9 at The Rockefeller University in New York.Read More
Ripped from the Headlines: Are your plastic surgery patients at risk for postanesthesia-induced psychosis?
When British socialite Sandra D’Auriol, 53, had a facelift, reportedly woke up agitated, stripped naked, and plunged to her death off of a 15-story building in Beverly Hills, Calif, many cosmetic surgeons were left wondering if their patients were at risk.Read More
New atopic dermatitis guidelines from the AAD focus on diagnosing and monitoring this common skin condition.Read More
Tampa, Fla-based plastic surgeon Raj Ambay, MD, discusses his experience with shaped implants for breast reconstruction.Read More