With the Summer Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) underway, the Editorial Boards of Cutis and Cosmetic Dermatology have identified sessions that may be of interest to you among others.
To further your education on these important topics in dermatology, select articles in our journal archives will have open access during the AAD meeting.
For studies, review articles, physician columns, and case reports that present the practical side of clinical and appearance-related dermatology to improve patient care, continue to look to original content in Cutis and Cosmetic Dermatology.
Come visit us at booth 903 in the exhibit hall.
For more news from the AAD meeting, go to www.cutis.com or www.cosderm.com.
TODAY’S TOP PICKS
8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
Update in Molecular Diagnostic Tests in Dermatology and Dermatopathology
Pedram Gerami, MD
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Update Platform: Cosmetic and Dermatologic Surgery
Mathew M. Avram, MD; David J. Goldberg, MD, JD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board); Ronald L. Moy, MD; Neil S. Sadick, MD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board); Rebecca Clare Tung, MD; Susan H. Weinkle, MD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board)
Live Demonstration: Neurotoxins and Soft Tissue Augmentation
Heidi A. Waldorf, MD (Cutis and Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board); Rebecca L. Fitzgerald, MD; Emmy M. Graber, MD; Shlomit Halachmi, MD; Brooke A. Jackson, MD; Nellie Konnikov, MD; Sandy Sharon Tsao, MD; Susan H. Weinkle, MD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board)
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Translating Evidence Into Practice: Psoriasis Guidelines
Mark Lebwohl, MD; Alice B. Gottlieb, MD, PhD; Henry W. Lim, MD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board); Bruce Elliot Strober, MD, PhD
Medical Management of Actinic Keratoses and Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer
Neal D. Bhatia, MD; James Q. Del Rosso, DO (Cutis and Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Boards); Abel Torres, MD; Maria M. Tsoukas, MD
Meeting room locations are subject to change.
Enjoy open access during the AAD meeting to these recently published Cutis and Cosmetic Dermatology articles.
Dermatopathology Diagnosis: Pancreatic Panniculitis
Pancreatic panniculitis clinically presents as tender, edematous, erythematous, or red-brown nodules that may spontaneously ulcerate and drain an oily material. This article discusses the histologic findings of pancreatic panniculitis, as well as the differential diagnoses of calciphylaxis, eosinophilic panniculitis, erythema nodosum, and lipodermatosclerosis.
Lasers and Light Devices for Psoriasis, Part 2: PDL, Nd:YAG Laser, CO2 Laser, and PDT
Psoriasis is a common inflammatory skin condition with high morbidity. Lasers are used extensively in dermatology to treat various conditions with proven efficacy and safety and have been investigated as alternatives for treating psoriasis due to side effects that can occur with long-term use of potent topical corticosteroids.
Pearls on Fillers and Combination Cosmetic Therapy
Skin aging is a multifactorial process characterized by exogenous and endogenous factors that result in volume loss, rhytide formation, pigmentary alterations, and vascular changes. To achieve more global rejuvenation, a combination of cosmetic therapies can be utilized to target different components of aging skin.
Audiocast with Dr. Jenny C. Hu
Soft Tissue Augmentation With Dermal Fillers, Part 1: Lips and Lower Face
As the development of new technologies and treatment approaches continue to expand the field of cosmetic surgery, dermal filler injections have become increasingly popular, minimally invasive means of improving aesthetic appearance. The aging lower face features characteristic changes that are particularly amenable to treatment with fillers.
What Is the Role of Field-Directed Therapy in the Treatment of Actinic Keratosis? Part 2: Commonly Used Field-Directed and Lesion-Directed Therapies
A number of treatment options are available to clear actinic keratosis (AK) lesions and thus reduce the risk for progression to squamous cell carcinoma. Field-directed therapies are primarily used to clear multiple AKs and subclinical lesions.