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“There are all kinds of complications; there are the ones that we see commonly, there are ones that we see uncommonly, and there are ones that keep you awake at night,” explained Kenneth Beer, MD, founder of Cosmetic Bootcamp, at CBC 2020.
Patient satisfaction and great aesthetic outcomes start at the initial consultation, and physicians should carefully examine the facial anatomy to improve their approach to the treatment plan. Deborah D. Sherman, MD, described how she evaluates the face at CBC 2020.
Continuing education is critical to improving your practice and, ultimately, patient care. Preview the latest offerings in continuing medical education, from virtual meetings to currently scheduled live conferences.
To help board-certified physicians and their staff (non-physician provider or office personnel) prepare, Cosmetic Bootcamp is moving from Aspen, CO, to a virtual format over 2.5 days from Friday, July 10, to Sunday, July 12.
A recent poster abstract investigated the impact of insurance type, such as private or Medicaid, on delay in diagnosis among patients with hidradenitis suppurativa.
Findings from a recent study found hair coverage and visibility of the scalp may be factors in the detection of melanomas on the scalp.
Findings from a recent poster abstract highlight the potential association between cumulative steroid use and diabetes risk.
In a small study, researchers assessed the safety and efficacy of ustekinumab intravenous induction among patients with severe hidradenitis suppurativa.
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