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Bob Kronemyer
Pain control benefits HS patients
Adalimumab (Humira, AbbVie) enhances both health-related quality of life and work productivity in patients with moderate-to-severe hidradenitis suppurativa, according to the results of two phase 3 clinical trials.
East Asian patient concerns
There are both unique nuances and cultural considerations to rejuvenating the skin of East Asian patients, according to one dermatologist.
Bulbous nasal tip reduction: How do you measure?
Researchers explain their validated technique, which objectively measures postoperative results of bulbous tip reduction in ethnic patients.
Spironolactone safe and effective for adult female acne
Many dermatologists use spironolactone as a treatment in conjunction with traditional therapies, birth control and other hormonal modalities to help with the hormonal component of acne in adult women.
A tiered approach to managing acne
The goal of a tiered approach to acne is to improve both the patient’s acne and quality of life, while promoting responsible use of antibiotics.
Treating acne vulgaris in skin of color
The clinical presentation of acne vulgaris in darker-skinned individuals differs in many ways from the white population, including some specific exacerbating factors that are due to cultural skin and hair-care practices.
Lipo-Loop: A closed system for large-volume fat transfer
Dr. Steven Cohen, in collaboration with Millennium Medical Technologies, has created a closed system for large-volume fat transfer.
3D scaffold for soft tissue support
It’s curved. It’s shaped. And the GalaFORM 3D surgical scaffold could result in better patient outcomes.
Phase 3 trials for acne treatment show promising results
The tetracycline-derived antibiotic sarecycline from Allergan plc and Paratek Pharmaceuticals Inc. for the treatment of moderate-to-severe acne has been found effective and safe, according to the results of two phase 3 trials.
Treating eczemas in skin of color
When it comes to treating atopic dermatitis in non-white racial ethnic groups, there are variations in prevalence, genetic factors and clinical presentation.

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