Skin of Color
A novel process utilizing autologous fibroblasts presents a new option for correction of contour defects.
Girish (Gilly) Munavalli, MD, MHS
Although a simple and usually benign procedure, filler injection can produce unwanted clinical or medical effects that may or may not be related to the experience and expertise of the injector.
Joe Niamtu, III, DMD
Laser energy applied at low levels at regular intervals can induce a consistent rate of injury and thus a consistent state of skin rejuvenation.
Bruce M. Saal, MD
Analysis of the latest data on malignant melanoma detection and biopsy, from the D2-40 marker to the latest on sentinel lymph node evaluation.
Gary Goldenberg, MD
Rethinking Biosimilars and the SGR
Succession planning should be comprehensive and contain the requisite details to fill all critical
positions in a practice, including that of practice administrator.
Doug Reid and Allan Walker
Most LCDs now cover Mohs surgery for melanoma, but coverage varies. Practices need to be familiar with the requirements of their specific Medicare payor.
Sharon Andrews, RN, CCS-P
Seeing a system in action helps a clinician assess it and its alternatives.
Kevin Crawford, MD
With limited coverage in the literature, erythrodermic psoriasis post radiation deserves further study.
Christopher Cook, DO, Khonnie Wongkittiroch, DO, Richard Miller, DO
Five new or emerging products may expand skin rejuvenation options.
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