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
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Intermediate Cosmetic Surgery
Naomi Lawrence, MD; Joel Lee Cohen, MD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board; Cutis Editorial Board); Sue Ellen Cox, MD; Lisa M. Donofrio, MD; George J. Hruza, MD; Ian A. Maher, MD; Jason Daniel Marquart, MD; Rhoda S. Narins, MD; Shari Nemeth, MD; David M. Ozog, MD; Elizabeth Tanzi, MD
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
What You Need to Know About Coding But Were Afraid to Ask
Allan S. Wirtzer, MD; Murad Alam, MD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board); Neal D. Bhatia, MD; Mark D. Kauffmann, MD; Howard Wooding Rogers, MD
Biologic Therapy in Dermatology Beyond Psoriasis
Michael P. Heffernan, MD; Andrew Blauvelt, MD; Amy Yuntzu-Yen Chen, MD; Amit Garg, MD; Dedee F. Murrell, MD
2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Basic Botulinum Toxin
David M. Ozog, MD; Jean D.A. Carruthers, MD; Alastair Carruthers, MD; Joel Lee Cohen, MD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board; Cutis Editorial Board); Dee Anna Glaser, MD (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board); Christopher B. Harmon, MD; Derek H. Jones, MD; Seth L. Matarasso, MD (Cutis Editorial Board); Lubomira Scherschun, MD; Hema A. Sundaram, MD
3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Acne Treatment Controversies
Julie Claire Harper, MD; Whitney Bowe, MD; James Q. Del Rosso, DO (Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board; Cutis Editorial Board); Marian Elizabeth Northington, MD
Meeting room locations are subject to change.
Enjoy open access during the AAD meeting to these recently published Cutis and Cosmetic Dermatology articles.
Is it Acne or Is it Rosacea? An Important Distinction [editorial]
Acne and rosacea are 2 of the most common diagnoses in a dermatology office. Although they have features in common, diagnostic distinction rarely is a clinical challenge. However, despite the relative ease of diagnosis, some clinicians believe that achieving a definitive diagnosis is unnecessary, as they tend to treat both conditions in a similar fashion. Part of the problem seems to be the continued use of the term acne rosacea. So is making the differential an important distinction?
Neurotoxin Treatment of the Upper Face
Neurotoxin injections have continued to increase in popularity over the last decade. Although common injection techniques exist for the various muscle groups of the upper face, every patient is unique and should be individually assessed. Evaluating and understanding the muscular anatomy is crucial in mastering injection techniques and avoiding complications.
Whey Protein Precipitating Moderate to Severe Acne Flares in 5 Teenaged Athletes
Acne vulgaris has been linked to milk ingestion, both whole and skim milk. The milk fraction that promotes acne is unknown. Five case reports are presented of male patients aged 14 to 18 years who experienced onset of acne shortly after initiation of whey protein supplementation. Whey protein may be the fraction of dairy products that promote acne formation.
Audiocast with Dr. Nanette B. Silverberg