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Dermatologic Clinics

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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108551/cosmetic-dermatology-for-men
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EDITORIAL
Neil S Sadick
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108550/liposuction-considerations-in-men
#2
REVIEW
Cheryl Karcher
Liposuction is the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure performed in men. Aside from traditional liposuction using the tumescent technique, several energy-assisted liposuction technologies have emerged and been proven safe and particularly beneficial for the male patient demographic. The differences in fat distribution and unique goals and emotional perspective in men need to be taken into account when performing liposuction, to ensure meeting the patient's needs and expectations for satisfactory results...
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108549/combination-therapy-for-male-cosmetic-patients
#3
REVIEW
Michael H Gold
This article reviews the most common male cosmetic procedures that are performed in combination with more than one procedure. Evidence-based medicine for many of these combination therapies is not rampant in the medical literature, but the author uses his current experience to share how combining therapies can be useful for our male population seeking cosmetic improvements in our offices.
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108548/new-generation-therapies-for-the-treatment-of-hair-loss-in-men
#4
REVIEW
Neil S Sadick
Hair loss affects millions of people worldwide and can have devastating effects on an individual's psychoemotional well-being. Today hair restoration technologies through hair transplantation have advanced with the use of robots and follicular unit extraction/grafting that can offer patients excellent clinical results. Adjuvant modalities, such as platelet-rich plasma injections, lasers, and stem cells, can further enhance durability, health, and appearance of hair transplants.
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108547/advances-in-hair-restoration
#5
REVIEW
Paul T Rose
Hair loss affects millions of people worldwide and can have devastating effects on an individual's psychological and emotional well-being. Hair restoration technologies have advanced with the use of robotics and manual and motorized follicular unit extraction to provide patients excellent clinical results. Adjuvant modalities such as platelet-rich plasma injections, lasers and stem cells can further enhance the survivability and appearance of hair transplants.
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108546/cosmetic-concerns-among-men
#6
REVIEW
Marc Zachary Handler, David J Goldberg
Men are interested in reducing signs of aging, while maintaining a masculine appearance. A chief concern among men is maintenance of scalp hair. Men are also concerned with reducing under eye bags and dark circles. The concern of feminization is of significant importance. Neuromodulators remain the most common cosmetic procedure performed in men. Men often prefer a reduction in facial rhytids, as opposed to elimination of the lines. Softening facial lines in men is meant to maintain an appearance of wisdom, without appearing fragile...
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108545/noninvasive-body-contouring-a-male-perspective
#7
REVIEW
Heidi Wat, Douglas C Wu, Mitchel P Goldman
Noninvasive body contouring is an attractive therapeutic modality to enhance the ideal male physique. Men place higher value on enhancing a well-defined, strong, masculine jawline and developing a V-shaped taper through the upper body. An understanding of the body contour men strive for allows the treating physician to focus on areas that are of most concern to men, thus enhancing patient experience and satisfaction. This article discusses noninvasive body contouring techniques, taking into account the unique aesthetic concerns of the male patient by combining an analysis of the existing literature with our own clinical experience...
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108544/volumetric-structural-rejuvenation-for-the-male-face
#8
REVIEW
Neil S Sadick
Fillers and toxins are safe, quick, and require no downtime; the immediately visible results can boost a man's self-esteem, confidence, youthfulness, and sense of competitiveness in the personal and professional realms of the world. The approach to using these agents has changed from ironing out the skin to remove wrinkles and lines to a restructuring of the 3-dimensional face. This new strategy, volumetric structural rejuvenation (VSR), relies on intimate knowledge of facial anatomy and the pathophysiology of aging...
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108543/the-use-of-neurotoxins-in-the-male-face
#9
REVIEW
Isabela T Jones, Sabrina G Fabi
Injection of neurotoxin is the most commonly performed cosmetic procedure in the United States, and the total number of male patients seeking botulinum has steadily increased over the years. Because of their unique aesthetic goals, expectations, and anatomy, men require differing botulinum toxin doses and techniques. This article provides an evidence-based approach to botulinum toxin in men. Each area of the face is discussed separately, focusing on gender differences in anatomy, treatment goals, and injection method...
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108542/energy-based-devices-in-male-skin-rejuvenation
#10
REVIEW
Margit Juhász, Ellen Marmur
Men seek cosmetic procedures for vastly different reasons than women. Men often seek discrete cosmetic services with little downtime. Male skin structure generally differs from female skin structure. Dermatologists should consider subtle differences in the psyche of the male cosmetic patient.
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108541/cosmeceuticals-for-male-skin
#11
REVIEW
Zoe Diana Draelos
The male cosmeceutical market is still underdeveloped. Although women embrace skin care as a part of general health, this concept has not gained wide male acceptance. Shaving is probably the most beneficial daily grooming event men commonly undertake for skin appearance and may account for the failure of antiaging cosmeceuticals to attract attention in this segment. In addition, there are many physiologic differences between male and female skin, with less of a need for moisturization and photoprotection in men...
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108540/cosmetic-concerns-among-ethnic-men
#12
REVIEW
Michelle Henry
Men of all races are currently more open to requesting and undergoing treatments for a plethora of cosmetic concerns. Among the most common goals are procedures that combat the signs of aging, rejuvenate the skin, even out the color tone, address textural issues such as acne scarring, and improve hair disorders. Given the differences in cultural ideals and anatomic/physiologic differences in ethnic skin, it is important for physicians to be aware and sensitive to the nuances required when providing consultation and treating non-Caucasian men...
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108539/the-pathophysiology-of-the-male-aging-face-and-body
#13
REVIEW
Neil S Sadick
Increasing numbers of men are seeking aesthetic treatments for fat reduction, skin rejuvenation, and other antiaging goals. Compared with women, however, men have distinctly different anatomy and physiologic differences that manifest in the aging process. Given that both anatomy and the aging process affect treatment strategies and clinical outcomes, there is a need for dermatologists to be acutely aware of these male-specific nuances to provide the best clinical care and patient satisfaction.
January 2018: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28886816/the-importance-of-early-recognition-of-skin-cancer
#14
EDITORIAL
Aaron S Farberg, Darrell S Rigel
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
October 2017: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28886815/erratum
#15
(no author information available yet)
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
October 2017: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28886814/integrating-skin-cancer-related-technologies-into-clinical-practice
#16
REVIEW
Richard R Winkelmann, Aaron S Farberg, Alex M Glazer, Clay J Cockerell, Arthur J Sober, Daniel M Siegel, Sancy A Leachman, Whitney A High, Orit Markowitz, Brian Berman, David M Pariser, Gary Goldenberg, Theodore Rosen, Darrell S Rigel
Early diagnosis and treatment of melanoma improve survival. New technologies are emerging that may augment the diagnosis, assessment, and management of melanoma but penetrance into everyday practice is low. In the current health care climate, greater emphasis will be placed on the incorporation of technology for clinically suspicious pigmented lesions to facilitate better, more cost-effective management.
October 2017: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28886813/teledermatology-applications-in-skin-cancer-diagnosis
#17
REVIEW
Frances M Walocko, Trilokraj Tejasvi
Teledermatology has drawn interest in the dermatologic community, because it allows for earlier detection of skin cancer in patients with poor access to health care. Using a combination of dermoscopy and digital photography, teledermatology has demonstrated acceptable concordance with face-to-face clinical diagnoses in multiple settings for pigmented skin lesions. Additional studies on using teledermatology to assess nonpigmented skin lesions are needed. Future advances in mobile teledermatology may help make this technology more widespread and affordable...
October 2017: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28886812/smartphone-based-applications-for-skin-monitoring-and-melanoma-detection
#18
REVIEW
Elizabeth Chao, Chelsea K Meenan, Laura K Ferris
With the advancement of mobile technologies, smartphone applications (apps) have become widely available and gained increasing attention as a novel tool to deliver dermatologic care. This article presents a review of various apps for skin monitoring and melanoma detection and a discussion of current limitations in the field of dermatology. Concerns regarding quality, transparency, and reliability have emerged because there are currently no established quality standards or regulatory oversight of mobile medical apps...
October 2017: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28886811/assessing-genetic-expression-profiles-in-melanoma-prognosis
#19
REVIEW
Aaron S Farberg, Alex M Glazer, Richard R Winkelmann, Darrell S Rigel
A 31-genetic expression profile (31-GEP) test (DecisionDx-Melanoma, Castle Biosciences Inc, Friendswood, TX, USA) was developed as a diagnostic test to assist physicians in the management of cutaneous malignant melanoma. Based on a patient's primary tumor expression levels of a panel of genes (28 discriminating genes and 3 control genes), a lesion is classified as "low risk" (class 1) or "high risk" (class 2) for metastasis. Studies evaluating the clinical utility and impact of the 31-GEP test showed it positively influenced clinical management and patient care, as clinicians incorporated the additional data to modify their clinical recommendations in a risk-appropriate manner...
October 2017: Dermatologic Clinics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28886810/assessing-genetic-expression-profiles-in-melanoma-diagnosis
#20
REVIEW
Sancy A Leachman, Stephanie Mengden Koon, Veselina B Korcheva, Kevin P White
Most melanocytic tumors can be characterized as a benign nevus or a melanoma by a trained pathologist using traditional histopathological methods. However, a minority demonstrates ambiguous features and continues to be a diagnostic challenge. Genetic expression profiling (GEP) assays have been developed in an effort to resolve this dilemma. These assays measure mRNA levels of specified genes using reverse transcription quantitative polymerase chain reaction technology. The development of GEP assays, methodology, challenges associated with GEP validation and testing, and the suitability of a currently available GEP test for clinical use are reviewed...
October 2017: Dermatologic Clinics
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