Skin & Aging 2005 Article Index

09/04/2008
Features The Future Direction of Dermatologic Therapy No. 1, p. 32 Exploring Aesthetic Interventions, Part VIII: A Minimally Invasive Thread-Assisted Lift No. 1, p. 48 Psoriasis Update No. 1, p. 52 Six Simple Steps to Sculptra Success No. 1, p. 56 Overcoming Challenges in Melanoma Surveillance No. 2, p. 28 Unusual Wound Closures After Skin Cancer Surgery, Part 1 No. 2, p. 38 The Ever Increasing Role of ALA-PDT Therapy, Part 1 No. 2, p. 44 Pharmacotherapy Update: Treating Seborrheic Dermatitis No. 2, p. 50 EMRs: Are We There Yet? No. 3, p. 34 Is Isotretinoin the New Thalidomide? No. 3, p. 40 The Ever Increasing Role of ALA-PDT Therapy, Part 2 No. 3, p. 42 Unusual Wound Closures After Skin Cancer Surgery, Part 2 No. 3, p. 52 The Top 10 Wound Care Discoveries No. 4 p. 26 What’s the Next Step for TCIs? No. 4, p. 34 Pharmacotherapy Update: The Many Roles of Topical Salicylic Acid No. 4, p. 38 Free CME: Microflora and Bacterial Infections of the Skin No. 4, p. 44 Is There Really a Shortage of Dermatologists? No. 5, p. 38 Acne and Rosacea Update No. 5, p. 44 Exploring Aesthetic Interventions, Part IX: Face Lifting in Advancing Age No. 5, p. 48 Adding a Subspecialty with Ease: Spotlight on Pigmented Lesions No. 5, p. 56 Could Your Practice Be Better? No. 6, p. 38 Can One Filler Do It All? No. 6, p. 48 Cosmetic Dermatology Update No. 6, p. 52 Pharmacotherapy Update: Managing Hyperkeratotic Eczema of Hands and Feet No. 6, p. 58 Exploring Aesthetic Interventions, Part X: Rejuvenation Options for Aging Hands No. 6, p. 66 Is Pay for Performance in Your Future? No. 7, p. 38 Psoriasis Update No. 7, p. 50 Natural Ingredients in Dermatology No. 7, p. 56 Exploring Aesthetic Interventions: Using Liposuction for Breast Reduction No. 7, p. 64 Free CME: Managing Pemphigus Vulgaris No. 7, p. 68 10 Misadventures of Treating Acne No. 8, p. 48 Acne and Rosacea Update No. 8, p. 53 Isotretinoin Prescribing Guidelines No. 8, p. 56 Overcoming the Challenges of Difficult Acne Cases No. 8, p. 58 Pharmacotherapy Update: Managing Truncal Acne Vulgaris No. 8, p. 66 Exploring the Most Effective Treatments for Acne Scars No. 8, p. 72 Building Blocks to Better Acne Treatment No. 8, p. 74 Isotretinoin Innocent of All Charges: Case Closed? No. 8, p. 78 Insight Into Treatment Advances No. 9, p. 42 Tattoo Removal Techniques, Part 1 No. 9, p. 50 Treating Ayad No. 9, p. 58 Shedding Light on the Latest Approaches to Hair Removal No. 9, p. 64 Physician Analysis: Complications from Laser Procedures Performed by Non-Physicians No. 9, p. 70 The Latest Approaches to Treating Leg Veins No. 9, p. 72 Emerging Technologies and Therapies in Dermatology No. 9, p. 78 How Would You Treat These Patients? No. 10, p. 46 Cosmetic Dermatology Update No. 10, p. 54 Treating Cellulite: What Really Works? No. 10, p. 60 Effective Tattoo Removal Treatments, Part 2 No. 10, p. 68 Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy No. 10, p. 76 Pharmacotherapy Update: A Closer Look at Topical Metronidazole 1% Gel No. 10, p. 82 Free CME: Recognizing Body Dysmorphic Disorder No. 10, p. 88 Treating AKs: What Are Your Best Options? No. 11, p. 36 Exploring Aesthetic Interventions: A Combination Approach to Treating Acne Scarring No. 11, p. 44 Using the Biologics Off-Label No. 11, p. 48 Evaluating Options for Phototherapy No. 11, p. 54 Free CME: What Did We Learn in 2005? No. 12, p. 34 Pharmacotherapy Update: Maximizing Therapy with Mid-Potency Topical Corticosteroids No. 12, p. 46 Adding a Subspecialty with Ease: Spotlight on Pediatric Dermatology No. 12, p. 57 Columns Allergen Focus T.R.U.E. Test Allergen #2: Lanolin-Wool Wax No. 1, p. 25 T.R.U.E. Test Allergen #10: Balsam of Peru No. 3, p. 23 T.R.U.E. Test Allergen #12: Cobalt No. 4, p. 17 T.R.U.E. Test Allergen #1: Nickel No. 5, p. 21 T.R.U.E. Test Allergen #20: Paraphenylenediamine No. 6, p. 31 T.R.U.E. Test Allergen #5: Caine Anesthetics No. 7, p. 22 T.R.U.E. Test Allergen #3: Neomycin No. 8, p. 26 T.R.U.E. Test Allergen #7: Colophony No. 9, p. 25 T.R.U.E. Test Allergen #15: Carbamates No. 10, p. 26 T.R.U.E. Test Allergen #4: Chromates No. 11, p. 21 T.R.U.E. Test Allergens #21, 13 and18: Formaldehyde and Formaldehyde-Releasing Resins No. 12, p. 22 Chief Medical Editor’s Message Women Dermatologists — Then and Now No. 1, p. 8 Feeling the Spirit of Medicine No. 2, p. 8 Safe Enough No. 3, p. 8 A Trip to the Dentist No. 4, p. 6 Trading Tips No. 5, p. 6 Ouch! No. 6, p. 6 Notes of a Heretic Dermatologist No. 7, p. 9 A Matter of Perspective No. 8, p. 8 Advanced Course in Referral Bias, Part II No. 9, p. 6 Will Pay for Performance Work in Medicine? No. 10, p. 5 Is Phototherapy Destined to the Fate of Slide Rules? No. 11, p. 6 Motivating Staff: Beyond Financial Rewards No. 12, p. 6 Coding Corner Deciphering Confusing Codes No. 1, p. 21 Medicare and Unique Billing Scenarios No. 3, p. 19 When is “Incident-To” Billing Appropriate? No. 4, p. 15 Pathology Reports, Codes and Billing No. 6, p. 17 Can I Bill This? No. 8, p. 23 Coding for Repairs and Excisions No. 10, p. 22 How You Can Avoid These Mistakes No. 12, p. 18 Cosmetic Clinic Fauxtox? No. 1, p. 29 Purchasing New Equipment No. 4, p. 22 Mesotherapy: Will It Prove Effective? No. 5, p. 29 Back to Basics: Peeling No. 6, p. 21 Isolagen: A New Horizon? No. 7, p. 35 Targeting Teens? No. 8, p. 35 Brow Lifts with Botulinum Toxin Type A No. 11, p. 27 Motivating Your Staff No. 12, p. 28 Derm DX What Caused This Pruritic Eruption? No. 1, p. 70 What Is This Nodule? No. 2, p. 60 What Caused This Rash? No. 3, p. 60 What Caused These Yellow Papules? No. 4, p. 58 What Caused This Patient’s Severe Pruritus? No. 5, p. 66 What Type of Lesions Are These? No. 6, p. 82 What Caused This Eruption? No. 7, p. 82 What Caused This Crusted Plaque? No. 8, p. 86 What Caused This Pruritic Eruption? No. 9, p. 92 What Are These Growths? No. 10, p. 104 What Caused These Skin Changes? No. 11, p. 68 What Caused These Cutaneous Lesions and Altered Mental Status? No. 12, p. 64 Editor’s Message Practice Building Tips and Common Allergens Demystified No. 2, p. 10 TCIs and the Black Box: Is the Warning Necessary? No. 3, p. 10 I Can See Clearly Now: Optical Clearing is Star of ASLMS No. 4, p. 8 Primary Care Practice — Now There’s a Shortage No. 5, p. 8 Medicare Reimbursement: Time for a Raise? No. 6, p. 8 Pay for Performance: An Idea Whose Time Has Come? No. 7, p. 14 Can You Find These Acne and Rosacea Treatment Pearls? No. 8, p. 13 Welcome to Our 7th Annual Laser Surgery Issue No. 9, p. 13 Insights into our 8th Annual Cosmetic Dermatology Issue No. 10, p. 11 Where the Need Is Great No. 11, p. 8 A Year to Remember No. 12, p. 8 Financial Matters Medical Malpractice Insurance Options No. 6, p. 35 Why You May Not Be Getting the Advice You Need No. 7, p. 30 Legal Ease Combating Fraud and Abuse No. 3, p. 26 Applying the Anti-Kickback Statute No. 5, p. 25 Understanding Stark Law No. 6, p. 26 When Does the Continuing Treatment Rule Apply? No. 8, p. 30 Legal and Health Issues Surrounding Laser Plumes No. 9, p. 31 An Update on Taxing Cosmetic Services No. 10, p. 41 Pediatric Patient Care Congenital Melanocytic Nevi No. 2, p. 22 Dermatologic Effects of Parvovirus B19 Infection No. 5, p. 16 Diaper Dermatitis No. 8, p. 39 Hemangiomas of Infancy: When Treatment is Essential No. 11, p. 30 Practice Pearls Monitoring the Financial Health of Your Practice No. 2, p. 18 Should You Use a Cost-Sharing Agreement? No. 3, p. 31 Avoid Employee Theft No. 5, p. 33 What You Need to Know Before You Sign that Lease No. 7, p. 26 Choosing the Right Paid-Leave Policy No. 9, p. 37 Should You Start Your Own Practice or Join an Existing One? No. 10, p. 33 Authors Ai, M.D., J.D., Julia No. 3, p. 25 Amado, M.D., Antoine No. 3, p. 23 No. 5, p. 21 No. 11, p. 21 Atassi, M.D., M. Bassel No. 11, p. 68 Aufiero, Ph.D., Barbara M. No. 4, p. 44 Baumann, M.D., Leslie No. 6, p. 48 Beer, M.D., Kenneth No. 1, p. 29 No. 4, p. 22 No. 5, p. 29 No. 6, p. 21 No. 7, p. 35 No. 8, p. 35 No. 11, p. 27 No. 12, p. 28 Berson, M.D., Diane S. No. 8, p. 58 Bikowski, M.D., Joseph No. 8, p. 66 Bisaccia, M.D., Emil No. 1, p. 48 No. 5, p. 48 No. 6, p. 66 No. 7, p. 64 No. 11, p. 44 Bondar, D.O., LL.B., M.B.A., George L. No. 1, p. 56 Buescher, M.D., Lucinda S. No. 10, p. 88 Chimento, B.S., Stacy No. 9, p. 35 Cohen, M.D., M.P.H., David E. No. 6, p. 58 Cronin, Jr., M.D., Terrence A. No. 2, p. 38 No. 3, p. 52 Darves, Bonnie No. 3, p. 34 Davidian, M.D., Michael H. No. 6, p. 82 Del Rosso, D.O., F.A.O.C.D., James Q. No. 2, p. 50 No. 4, p. 38 No. 6, p. 58 No. 8, p. 66 No. 10, p. 82 No. 12, p. 46 Desai, D.O., Tejas No. 9, p. 50 No. 10, p. 68 Ehrsam, M.D., Eric No. 5, p. 66 No. 11, p. 68 Ellzey, M.P.A., R.H.I.A., C.D.C., Inga No. 1, p. 21 No. 3, p. 19 No. 4, p. 15 No. 6, p. 17 No. 8, p. 23 No. 10, p. 22 No. 12, p. 18 Esch, R.N., Ph.D., Pamela J. No. 1, p. 56 Feldman, M.D., Ph.D., Steven R. No. 2, p. 8 No. 3, p. 8 No. 4, p. 6 No. 5, p. 6 No. 6, p. 6 No. 7, p. 9 No. 8, p. 8 No. 9, p. 6 No. 10, p. 5 No. 11, p. 6 No. 12, p. 6 Fried, M.D., Ph.D., Richard No. 8, p. 78 Ghali, M.D., Fred E. No. 12, p. 57 Gold, M.D., Michael H. No. 2, p. 44 Guillen, B.S, Sabrina No. 10, p. 104 Goldenberg, M.D., Gary No. 12, p. 34 Guldbakke, M.D., Kjetil Kristoffer No. 5, p. 66 No. 7, p. 82 No. 8, p. 86 No. 10, p. 104 No. 11, p. 68 Graham, M.D., Gloria F. No. 1, p. 8 Grichnik, M.D., Ph.D., James M. No. 5, p. 56 Haley, M.D., Jennifer C. No. 7, p. 68 Hancox, M.D., John No. 3, p. 40 Hao, M.D., Zhonglin No. 12, p. 64 Harland, C.P.A., Brad No. 2, p. 18 No. 3, p. 31 No. 5, p. 33 No. 7, p. 26 No. 9, p. 37 No. 10, p. 33 Herricke, B.S., Dan No. 8, p. 26 Horowitz, D.O., David C. No. 10, p. 68 Hubbs, Larisa No. 2, p. 10 No. 3, p. 10 No. 4, p. 8 No. 4, p. 34 No. 5, p. 8 No. 5, p. 44 No. 6, p. 8 No. 7, p. 14 No. 7, p. 50 No. 8, p. 13 No. 8, p. 56 No. 9, p. 13 No. 9, p. 42 No. 9, p. 58 No. 10, p. 11 No. 10, p. 54 No. 11, p. 8 No. 11, p. 36 No. 12, p. 6 Hutchison, M.B.A., Randall No. 6, p. 38 Jacob, M.D., Sharon E. No. 1, p. 25 No. 3, p. 23 No. 4, p. 17 No. 5, p. 21 No. 6, p. 31 No. 7, p. 22 No. 8, p. 26 No. 9, p. 25 No. 10, p. 26 No. 11, p. 21 No. 12, p. 22 Janjua, M.D., Shahbaz, M.D. No. 1, p. 70 No. 8, p. 86 Johnson, M.D., Brad No. 1, p. 48 No. 5, p. 48 No. 6, p. 66 No. 7, p. 64 No. 11, p. 44 Kartono, B.S., Francisca No. 9, p. 50 No. 10, p. 68 Kerdel, B.Sc., M.B.B.S., Francisco A. No. 11, p. 48 Khachemoune, M.D., C.W.S., Amor No. 1, p. 70 No. 2, p. 60 No. 3, p. 60 No. 4, p. 58 No. 5, p. 66 No. 7, p. 82 No. 8, p. 86 No. 10, p. 104 No. 11, p. 68 No. 12, p. 64 Kirby, D.O., William No. 9, p. 50 No. 10, p. 68 Krivda, Michael S. No. 8, p. 72 No. 9, p. 64 No. 9, p. 72 No. 9, p. 78 No. 10, p. 60 No. 10, p. 76 No. 11, p. 54 Lam, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.P.C., Joseph No. 11, p. 30 Lane, M.D., Joshua E. No. 12, p. 64 Larson, B.B.A., Kari No. 9, p. 37 No. 10, p. 33 Lillis, B.A., Joseph Vincent No. 2, p. 60 Lugo, M.D., Alexander No. 1, p. 48 No. 5, p. 48 No. 6, p. 66 No. 7, p. 64 No. 11, p. 44 Luke, B.S., Janiene No. 7, p. 68 Mandell, J.D., M.B.A., David B. No. 6, p. 35 No. 7, p. 30 Marcus, Adam No. 4, p. 26 No. 5, p. 38 Marks, M.D., Victor J. No. 6, p. 38 Mathis, M.D., David No. 12, p. 64 McMcracken, M.D., Gary A. No. 6, p. 82 Monteiro, M.D., Erica No. 6, p. 48 Murakawa, M.D., Ph.D., George J. No. 4, p. 44 Narurkar, M.D., Vic A. No. 9, p. 70 Norman, D.O., M.P.H., Robert A. No. 1, p. 32 Patel, B.S., Asha R. No. 7, p. 22 Peterson, B.S., Aaron, No. 9, p. 92 Peterson, M.D., S. Ray No. 9, p. 92 Pope, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.P.C., Elena No. 5, p. 16 No. 11, p. 30 Rodriguez, B.S., Carlos No. 3, p. 60 No. 6, p. 82 Rodriguez, M.D., M.P.H., Georgette No. 12, p. 22 Sadikman, M.D., Caren No. 4, p. 58 Sago, M.D., Joni No. 2, p. 28 Sanchez, Dennis No. 6, p. 35 Scarborough, M.D., Dwight No. 1, p. 48 No. 5, p. 48 No. 6, p. 66 No. 7, p. 64 No. 11, p. 44 Scheinfeld, M.D., J.D., Noah No. 3, p. 26 No. 5, p. 25 No. 6, p. 26 No. 8, p. 30 No. 8, p. 48 No. 9, p. 31 No. 10, p. 41 Shelley, M.D., Dorinda E. No. 1, p. 8 Spahr, M.D., Robert No. 6, p. 38 Starosta, B.S., Dominik No. 6, p. 82 Steele, B.A., Tace No. 12, p. 22 Talakoub, M.P.H., Lily No. 4, p. 17 Tanghetti, M.D., Emil A. No. 8, p. 74 Taylor, M.D, Susan C. No. 7, p. 56 Trent, M.D, Jennifer No. 11, p. 48 Tuleya, Stefanie No. 1, p. 52 No. 6, p. 52 No. 8, p. 53 No. 10, p. 54 No. 11, p. 36 Venkat, M.D., M.B.A., Arun P. No. 5, p. 56 No. 12, p. 57 Villafradez-Diaz, M.D., L. Magaly No. 10, p. 26 Weber, M.B.A., Gil No. 7, p. 38 Weibell, D.O., Nick No. 9, p. 92 Weinstein, M.D., Miriam No. 2, p. 22 No. 8, p. 39 Werschler, M.D., Philip No. 1, p. 56 No. 2, p. 18 No. 3, p. 31 No. 5, p. 33 No. 7, p. 26 No. 9, p. 37 No. 10, p. 33 Wu, M.D., Jessica No. 7, p. 56 Young, Robert M. No. 7, p. 30 Zapolanski, B.S., Tamar No. 6, p. 31 Supplements Current Therapies in Rosacea January 2005 (Joseph Bikowski, M.D., and Zoe Draelos, M.D.) » Diagnosis and Management of Rosacea » Pharmacologic Therapy for Rosacea » Maintaining the Barrier While Altering the Biofilm » Using Color Cosmetics » Questions & Answers » CME Quiz & Evaluation Women in Dermatology: Coming into Their Own January 2005 (Wilma F. Bergfeld, M.D., and Sandra I. Read, M.D.) » Reflections » President’s Message: The WDS Today » The History of Women in Dermatology: Exploring a Rich Legacy that Continues to Evolve » Mentors Make a Difference » Closing Pearls 23rd Anniversary Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference February 2005 (James Q. Del Rosso, D.O., F.A.O.C.D.; Diane M. Thiboutot, M.D.; Diane S. Berson, M.D.; Joseph B. Bikowski, M.D.; Mark Lebwohl, M.D., and Lawrence F. Eichenfield, M.D.) » What’s New in the Medicine Cabinet? » Hormonal Therapy and Acne » Acne Update: Treating Female Patients » New Approaches to Rosacea Therapy » Management of Problem Psoriasis » New Developments in Pediatric Dermatology » Advances in Topical Immunomodulators Successfully Treating Excessive Facial Hair May 2005 (Mark Lebwohl, M.D., Ulrike Blume-Peytavi, M.D., Valerie Callender, M.D., Richard E. Fitzpatrick, M.D., Marta Rendon, M.D., Janet Roberts, M.D., Francesco Mazzarella, M.D., Elia Roo, M.D., and Ron Trancik, Ph.D.) » How Eflornithine Works » Reviewing Study Data » Maximizing Treatment with Eflornithine and Laser Hair Removal » How Do Your Raise the Issue of Unwanted Hair? » Optimizing Treatment Outcomes » Take-Home Pearls Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference Hawaii June 2005 (James Q. Del Rosso, D.O., F.A.O.C.D., Mark Lebwohl, M.D., Eva Ritvo, M.D., Pearl E. Grimes, M.D., Guy Webster, M.D.) » Another Look at What’s New in the Medicine Cabinet » Avoiding Pitfalls in the Treatment of Psoriasis » Managing Difficult Patients » A Review of Current Therapies for Pigmentary Disorders » New Approaches and Issues in Acne Treatment » Strategies for Managing Rosacea Evaluating the Risks and Benefits of Treatment Modalities for Hyperpigmentation September 2005 (Pearl E. Grimes, M.D., Deborah H. Atkin, M.D., Fran E. Cook-Bolden, M.D., Mark G. Rubin, M.D., Howard K. Steinman, M.D.) » About Hyperpigmentation and Hydroquinone » Topical Lightening Products » Choosing and Agent » Patient Concerns » Roundtable Summary