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Detailed Sonographic Anatomy of Dorsal Hand Augmentation With Hyaluronidase and Calcium Hydroxyapatite Fillers.

Volume restoration using filler in the dorsum of the hand is a simple and effective procedure to improve wrinkles and to hide veins and tendons. Currently, Calcium-Hydroxyapatite (CaHA)-filler is the only FDA-accepted material to use in the hand dorsum. However, it is not easy to inject due to swelling and redness. In addition, hand anatomy through sonography is wrongly described in PRS. Through incorrect anatomy, physicians will make erroneous surgeries.


An injectable and physical levan-based hydrogel as a dermal filler for soft tissue augmentation.

The use of injectable materials as a biofiller for soft tissue augmentation has been increasing worldwide. Levan is a biocompatible and inexpensive polysaccharide with great potential in biomaterial applications, but it has not been extensively studied. In this study, we evaluated the potential of levan as a new material for dermal fillers and prepared an injectable and physical levan-based hydrogel by combining levan with Pluronic and carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC). A sol state was prepared by mixing the po...

Learning curves: historical trends of FDA-reported adverse events for dermal fillers.

Dermal fillers are medical devices regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA); therefore, reported adverse events (AEs) are publicly available via OpenFDA. Evaluation of historical AE data trends may help distinguish between AEs related to expected learning curves associated with a new type of filler from AEs related to inherent characteristics of a product. In this study, the full history of AE data was evaluated to establish reproducible learning curves for FDA-approved dermal fillers. Reactio...


Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction Following Hyaluronic Acid Rejuvenation of the Tear Trough.

Although generally safe, hyaluronic acid rejuvenation of periorbital tissue has been reported to cause minor and major adverse events. The authors document a case of nasolacrimal duct obstruction due to hyaluronic acid rejuvenation of the tear trough. Nasolacrimal duct obstruction immediately resolved following irrigation of hyaluronidase into the affected lacrimal system. To the authors' knowledge, this is the first reported case of nasolacrimal duct obstruction due to filler injection.

Prevention and management of iatrogenic blindness associated with aesthetical filler injections.

Injectable fillers have become one of the most performed aesthetical treatments worldwide over the past two decades. They are frequently applied to the face, offering effective and safe alternatives to more invasive surgical procedures. Nevertheless, there are serious risks associated with filler-based treatment. Visual impairment stands as a rare yet catastrophic adverse event associated with intravascular embolization of injected material to the retina or other areas of the central nervous system; potenti...

Treatment of Atrophic Facial Acne Scars With Microneedling Followed by Polymethylmethacrylate-Collagen Gel Dermal Filler.

Microneedling and soft-tissue filler injections have been used independently to improve acne scarring. The effectiveness of a combined approach using microneedling followed by polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA)-collagen gel has not been carefully studied.

Field evaluation of sequential hand wipes for flame retardant exposure in an electronics recycling facility.

Flame retardants have been associated with endocrine disorders, thyroid disruption, reproductive toxicity, and immunological interference. Through dismantling and recycling electronics and electric products, flame retardants can be released into the air and settle on work surfaces which may lead to dermal exposure. Hand wipe sampling is commonly used to evaluate dermal exposure. This study assesses the removal efficiency of wipes on the hands of recycling employees, and to compare the efficacy of two common...

Construct validity of the Patient-Rated Wrist and Hand Evaluation questionnaire (PRWHE) for nerve repair in the hand.

Many tools have been described for outcome assessment after nerve repair. The Patient-Rated Wrist and Hand Evaluation (PRWHE) have been shown to be valid for several hand conditions.

Evaluation of remineralization potential and mechanical properties of pit and fissure sealants fortified with nano-hydroxyapatite and nano-amorphous calcium phosphate fillers: An study.

The aim of this study was: (i) to formulate pit and fissure sealants (PFS) containing nano-hydroxyapatite (nHAP) filler; nHAP filler and silica co-filler; nHAP and nano-Amorphous Calcium Phosphate (nACP) co-filler, (ii) to evaluate physical properties; degree of conversion (DOC), curing depth (CD) and mechanical properties; microshear bond strength (MBS) of fortified PFS, and (iii) to assess remineralization potential and release of Ca and PO ions from newly synthesized sealants.

A review on injectable chitosan/beta glycerophosphate hydrogels for bone tissue regeneration.

Tissue engineering (TE) is a promising approach for repairing diseased and damaged bone tissue. Injectable hydrogel based strategies offer a wide range of applications in rapid recovery of bone defects by acting as filler materials and depots for delivering various bioactive molecules and averting the need for surgical intervention. Chitosan (CS), a natural polysaccharide, forms a thermosensitive injectable hydrogel through the addition of beta-glycerophosphate (β-GP). This hybrid hydrogel possesses numero...

Reversibility of irreversible aging.

Most multicellular organisms are known to age, due to accumulation of damage and other deleterious changes over time. These changes are often irreversible as organisms, humans included, evolved fully differentiated, irreplaceable cells (e.g. neurons) and structures (e.g. skeleton). Hence, deterioration or loss of at least some cells and structures should lead to inevitable aging of these organisms. Yet, some cells may escape this fate: adult somatic cells may be converted to partially reprogrammed cells or ...

Influence of the Topographic Vascular Distribution of the Face on Dermal Filler Accidents.

Dermal fillers are an important tool in the field of aesthetic dermatology. Fillers are relatively noninvasive and easy to use but are not free of secondary complications. The main complications are vascular and are due to either the compression of an artery or the direct introduction of the product into the arterial lumen. The aim of this study is to provide an overview of the vascular territories of the face to avoid many possible complications when using facial fillings. Anatomical localization of the ma...

Rejuvenation of the Midface.

In this article, the interested reader will learn when and how to apply different techniques on their patients, with the goal of safe, effective, natural looking, and long-lasting midface rejuvenation.

Autologous Fat Transfer for Facial Augmentation: Surgery and Regeneration.

Autologous fat transfer (AFT) is a well-established and safe surgical technique in which autologous fat tissue is injected at a defective site directly after its harvesting and centrifugation. Initially used as an excellent filler for facial enhancement and rejuvenation, AFT has evolved over the years into more complex reconstructive procedures. Autologous fat transfer is now additionally used for correcting and restoring cranial and maxillofacial volume defects resulting from traumas, tumors, or congenital...

Soft-Tissue Infection Caused by Streptococcus anginosus After Intramucosal Hyaluronidase Injection: A Rare Complication Related to Dermal Filler Injection.

Post Filler Ecchymosis Resolution With Intense Pulsed Light

Bruising after dermal filler and neuromodulator injections is a common side effect and can have durations of 1 to 2 weeks. While it ultimately resolves, faster resolution can produce better outcomes for patients and also make patients more likely to return for future treatments. We report the successful reduction in bruising following injections of fillers with an intense pulsed light source. We also documented the onset of action of bruising resolution with serial photographs. Resolution started within the...

Polymer nanocomposites having a high filler content: synthesis, structures, properties, and applications.

The recent development of nanoscale fillers, such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, and nanocellulose, allows the functionality of polymer nanocomposites to be controlled and enhanced. However, conventional synthesis methods of polymer nanocomposites cannot maximise the reinforcement of these nanofillers at high filler content. Approaches for the synthesis of high content filler polymer nanocomposites are suggested to facilitate future applications. The fabrication methods address the design of the polymer nan...

Evaluation of the In Vivo Kinetics and Biostimulatory Effects of Subcutaneously Injected Hyaluronic Acid Filler.

Assessment of penconazole exposure in winegrowers using urinary biomarkers.

Penconazole (PEN) is a fungicide used in agriculture. The aim of this work was to evaluate the exposure to PEN in vineyard workers focusing on urinary biomarkers. Twenty-two agricultural workers were involved in the study; they were investigated during PEN applications and re-entry work, performed for 1-4 consecutive working days, for a total of 42 mixing and applications and 12 re-entries. Potential and actual dermal exposure, including hand exposure, were measured using pads and hand washes. Urine samples...

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Surgical and Nonsurgical Techniques in Forehead Rejuvenation.

The periorbital and forehead regions are among the most expressive parts of the face. A thorough understanding of the complex facial anatomy and aesthetic norms are essential when evaluating and treating a patient for facial brow rejuvenation. Not only will knowledge of the anatomy enhance facial injection and surgical outcomes, but will also diminish potential complications. Combining nonsurgical and surgical techniques, including laser and skin rejuvenation, can yield the most natural and effective aesthe...

Comparative evaluation of chlorpyrifos exposure estimates from whole-body dermal dosimetry and urinary trichloro-2-pyridinol (TCP) methods.

Chlorpyrifos is one of the most widely used organophosphate pesticides and has a record of adverse effects on applicators. Assessment of exposure to chlorpyrifos based on its urinary metabolite, 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol (TCP), is considered as the most accurate. However, urine sampling can be difficult, and the laboratory analytical procedures involved are complex and expensive. A simpler approach for assessing pesticide exposure among applicators is the whole-body dermal dosimetry method, but this needs...

Dermal Advanced REACH Tool (dART)-Development of a Dermal Exposure Model for Low-Volatile Liquids.

This article describes the development of a mechanistic model for underpinning the dermal Advanced REACH Tool (dART), an extension of the existing ART model and its software platform. It was developed for hand exposure to low volatile liquids (vapour pressure ≤ 10 Pa at 20°C) including solids-in-liquid products. The model is based on an existing conceptual dermal source-receptor model that has been integrated into the ART framework. A structured taxonomy of workplace activities referred to as activity cl...

Intralesional Neodymium YAG laser to Treat Complications of Polymethylmethacrylate.

Dermal fillers are widely used for facial and body contouring. Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) is a permanent biphasic filler for soft tissue augmentation. In case of unwanted side effects, drug therapy and surgical excision have been commonly used with mixed results.

Treatment of chronic osteomyelitis with antibiotic-loaded bone void filler systems: an experience with hydroxyapatites calcium-sulfate biomaterials.

This is a retrospective study that aims to quantify the problem of chronic osteomyelitis in one of the largest Italian orthopedic centers. Furthermore this study is focused on evaluation of efficacy of bone void filler systems with particular attention to a subgroup of patients treated with PerOssal®. Ninety-seven patients were included in this study between 2008 and 2013 with a minimum follow up of 24 months. A subgroup of 52 patients was treated with curettage plus PerOssal®, another group was treated w...


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