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Name: Annals of plastic surgery
Postacne scars are still a challenge in its management. Microneedling is a popular minimally invasive technique in treatment of such scars. However, the addition of topical stem cell products after mi...
Postburn pruritus is a syndrome of stressful symptoms that is pervasive and occurs in over 90% of burn patients and continues for years after the burn has healed. Postburn pruritus is experienced by b...
Keloids have high recurrence rates. Current first-line therapy is triamcinolone (TAC) injection, but it has been suggested that approximately 50% of keloids are steroid resistant. We compared the effi...
fractional carbon dioxide laser resurfacing is the gold standard treatment for atrophic acne scars but when combined with subcision to the depressed scars it provides rapid improvement. Carboxytherapy...
A novel method for delivering nanofat into the skin is presented. The principle is based on documented experience with introduction of agents into the skin by means of microneedling.
Quasi-Experimental Study: Unfiltered Nanofat Injected into Postburn Facial Scars Number of Patients: 48 Outcome Assessed on POSAS And with Imaje J Scanning Preop And Postop Statistical Com...
This study will evaluate the effectiveness and safety of intradermal injection of Nanofat on wound healing and scar formation.
Split-body/face evaluator-blind study of the safety and performance of fractional RF for the treatment of surgical scars following breast augmentation, abdominoplasty or face lift. The stu...
Large full-thickness skin defects, such as those resulting from trauma, large and giant congenital nevi, disfiguring scars, or tumor resection remain major clinical problems to patients an...
This study is an open-label, randomized, 9-week, two-sequence, two-treatment, cross-over clinical trial of 40 adult filtered cigarette smokers who switch to unfiltered cigarettes There wil...
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Counseling conducted via electronic or other non-face-to-face interactions.