With the 71st Annual 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 661 in the exhibit hall.
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Do you have questions for the Cutis Resident Corner columnists? If so, stop by Booth 661 to submit your questions or post them on our Facebook page. Our columnists will answer your questions via an audiocast to be posted on our Web site.
TODAY’S TOP PICKS
7:15 AM to 8:45 AM
Marc R. Avram, MD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board)
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Late Breaking Research
Richard L. Gallo, MD, PhD; Maria K. Hordinsky, MD; Sewon Kang, MD
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Dermoscopy: Learning From Easy and Difficult Cases
Palm Ballroom 3
Horacio Antonio Cabo, MD; Giuseppe Argenziano, MD; Emilia N. Cohen Sabban, MD; Virginia Mariana Gonzalez, MD, PhD; Renato Marchiori Bakos, MD, PhD; Maria Rosario Peralta, MD; Harold S. Rabinovitz, MD; Wilhelm Stolz, MD
2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Technology Working for You: Smart Innovations to Modernize Dermatology Practices and Improve Patient Access
Carrie L. Kovarik, MD (Cutis Editorial Board); April W. Armstrong, MD, MPH; Craig N. Burkhart, MD; David J. Wong, MD, PhD
3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Tumescent Liposuction, Lasers, and New Devices: A State of the Art Liposuction Practice
Kimberly J. Butterwick, MD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board)
Meeting room locations are subject to change.
Enjoy open access during the AAD meeting to these recently published Cutis and Cosmetic Dermatology articles.
Hair transplantation is a purely dermatologic surgical procedure that dermatologists should be able to perform in appropriate candidates with hair loss. Over the last 15 years, hair transplantation has been performed using follicular units to create consistently natural-looking transplanted hair in both men and women. This article provides an overview of candidate selection and state-of-the-art techniques for performing hair transplantation.
Medical Mobile Apps and Dermatology [editorial]
Mobile medical applications, or apps, are rapidly integrating into the health care system. In response to physicians’ rapid adoption of mobile technology, the mobile medical app market has exploded. Unique opportunities and challenges are just beginning to be discovered and addressed at the patient, provider, and federal levels.
Resident Corner: Basic Dermoscopy for the Resident
Dermoscopy is a valuable and highly diagnostic tool for evaluating skin lesions. Most dermatology residency programs teach dermoscopy and have expert clinicians available. If you find yourself in a program where dermoscopy is not taught, there are easy-to-attend conferences and Web sites as well as books that teach dermoscopy. The focus of this article is to review the most common dermoscopic findings of melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma.
Update on Liposuction: Clinical Pearls
Tumescent liposuction (TL) is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic surgeries in the United States. Although liposuction is not a therapy for obesity, it can be used to create a more aesthetic silhouette for a given body shape. Tumescent liposuction allows for the removal of large volumes of fat with minimal blood loss, low postoperative morbidity and mortality, and excellent cosmesis. This article reviews preoperative and postoperative considerations as well as techniques to optimize treatment outcomes in various body areas.