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Jan. 20, 2012
Dermatologists find telemedicine effective for patient care
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UC Davis Health System dermatologists, using videoconferencing technology known as telemedicine, have determined that live interactive consultations can improve clinical outcomes for patients because they usually involve beneficial changes in medical diagnosis and disease management that otherwise might not occur. More

New filler options facilitate 'three-dimensional' approach to facial aesthetics
Modern Medicine    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
As filler products change, so do the aesthetics that guide their use, says Heidi A. Waldorf, M.D., director of laser and cosmetic dermatology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York. "The modern approach to soft-tissue augmentation is based on a three-dimensional approach rather than the old two-dimensional approach," Waldorf says. More

Photoacoustic device finds cancer cells before they become tumors
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Early detection of melanoma is critical because melanoma will spread rapidly throughout the body. Now, University of Missouri researchers are one step closer to melanoma cancer detection at the cellular level, long before tumors have a chance to form. More

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Beauty products linked to cancer, birth defects, hormonal issues
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Valerie Mason-Robinson originally didn't plan to open Eden Organix, her natural and organic beauty products store and spa in Highland Park, N.J. The chemical engineering graduate started her career in the mainstream cosmetic industry, working in the sales departments of some of the world's largest cosmetic companies. Her path changed when her first child's skin issues prompted her to learn more about some of the ingredients found in beauty and personal-care products. More

Study published on novel treatment for skin Lymphoma
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Promising findings on a novel combination treatment approach for a chronic type of skin lymphoma are published in JAMA's Archives of Dermatology by clinical researchers from Seidman Cancer Center at University Hospitals Case Medical Center and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. More

12 plastic surgery trends for 2012
The Orange County Register    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
"The overall theme for 2012 is going to be non-invasive cosmetic procedures — without knives, without cutting, with little downtime," says Dr. Vincent Afsahi, a dermatologist in Newport Beach and Tustin and a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at the University of Southern California. More

Video consults with dermatologists aid treatment
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After a live video consult with a dermatologist, almost every patient who'd previously been checked out by a primary care doctor had a change in their diagnosis or in their treatment, in a new study from California. More

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March 19 - 21, 2012

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