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Highlights In This Issue July 2018 Volume 154, Number 7 JAMA Dermatology Pages 745-856 Opinion Hyaluronidase Used to Remove HA Filler 765 Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers are essential tools in the field of noninvasive cosmetic derma- Viewpoint tology. One attractive feature of HA fillers is their reversibility in response to hyaluronidase 755 Reevaluating Mohs Surgery injections. Most of the anecdotal literature on hyaluronidase use for the management of Appropriate Use Criteria for Primary Superficial Basal Cell Carcinoma filler complications focuses on relatively high-dose injections. In this randomized clinical trial, HK Steinman and Coauthors Alam et al demonstrate that small unit doses of hyaluronidase allowed removal of minute 757 Geriatric Dermatology— quantities of filler without removing the entire implant. Clinicians may thus fine-tune filler- A Framework for Caring for Older Patients associated contour without complete removal of HA filler from the treatment site. With Skin Disease Editorial 763 E Linos and Coauthors Continuing Medical Education jamanetwork.com/learning Clinical Review & Education Topical Rapamycin for Facial Angiofibromas 773 JAMA Dermatology Facial angiofibromas occur in approximately 75% of individuals with tuberous sclerosis com- Clinicopathological Challenge plex (TSC). Rapamycin is an mTOR inhibitor that has demonstrated positive results for TSC- related conditions, but oral mTOR http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Dermatology American Medical Association

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JAMA Dermatology , Volume 154 (7) – Jul 1, 2018

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In This Issue July 2018 Volume 154, Number 7 JAMA Dermatology Pages 745-856 Opinion Hyaluronidase Used to Remove HA Filler 765 Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers are essential tools in the field of noninvasive cosmetic derma- Viewpoint tology. One attractive feature of HA fillers is their reversibility in response to hyaluronidase 755 Reevaluating Mohs Surgery injections. Most of the anecdotal literature on hyaluronidase use for the management of Appropriate Use Criteria for Primary Superficial...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2018 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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2168-6068
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2168-6084
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10.1001/jamadermatol.2017.3843
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In This Issue July 2018 Volume 154, Number 7 JAMA Dermatology Pages 745-856 Opinion Hyaluronidase Used to Remove HA Filler 765 Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers are essential tools in the field of noninvasive cosmetic derma- Viewpoint tology. One attractive feature of HA fillers is their reversibility in response to hyaluronidase 755 Reevaluating Mohs Surgery injections. Most of the anecdotal literature on hyaluronidase use for the management of Appropriate Use Criteria for Primary Superficial Basal Cell Carcinoma filler complications focuses on relatively high-dose injections. In this randomized clinical trial, HK Steinman and Coauthors Alam et al demonstrate that small unit doses of hyaluronidase allowed removal of minute 757 Geriatric Dermatology— quantities of filler without removing the entire implant. Clinicians may thus fine-tune filler- A Framework for Caring for Older Patients associated contour without complete removal of HA filler from the treatment site. With Skin Disease Editorial 763 E Linos and Coauthors Continuing Medical Education jamanetwork.com/learning Clinical Review & Education Topical Rapamycin for Facial Angiofibromas 773 JAMA Dermatology Facial angiofibromas occur in approximately 75% of individuals with tuberous sclerosis com- Clinicopathological Challenge plex (TSC). Rapamycin is an mTOR inhibitor that has demonstrated positive results for TSC- related conditions, but oral mTOR

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JAMA DermatologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jul 1, 2018

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