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Journal of Dermatological Research
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  • Hyaluronidase Pearls in Fillers Complications for the Practicing Physician

    • Authors: Mohammed A. Alsufyani
      Abstract: Background: With the growing use of hyaluronic acid fillers and the concerning sequelea of these product, hyaluronidase has become a must have rescue treatment for such complications.Aims: The author aimed to present the collective knowledge existing in the medical literature in a manner that would be a practical guide to daily practicing physicians who utilize hyaluronic acid fillers in there clinic.Patients/Methods: A review of the medical literature using the Pubmed search engine for articles on hyaluronidase, hyaluronic acid filler complications, and their management.Results: There is a plethora of papers addressing fillers complications and their treatment approach. Most, if not all, address these complications and use of hyaluronidase in a specific indication, such as vascular occlusion, or addresses the topics in depth which might not be suitable as a quick and practical guide to the day-to-day practicing aesthetic physician.Conclusions: Utilizing the invaluable information existing in the medical literature to extrapolate the practical tips for using hyaluronidase to treat hyaluronic acid filler complications, the author compiled a practical guide for the practicing aesthetic physician to simplify their approach and to serve as a concise reference on the this important topic.
      PubDate: 2021-03-15
      Issue No: Vol. 6 (2021)
       
  • Incidental long term control of recalcitrant rosacea following modern
           radiotherapy – a case series

    • Authors: Gerald Blaise Fogarty
      Abstract: Rosacea is a common chronic illness with no known durable cure. We present 4 cases of incidental long-term control of recalcitrant rosacea following definitive volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT) radiotherapy for basal cell carcinoma (BCC) arising within extensive skin field cancerisation (ESFC). At last follow up at an average of 21 months post radiotherapy (RT), all cases had complete response (CR) of the BCC and ESFC. These four cases also had enduring response of recalcitrant rosacea within and also immediately outside the planning target volume that was prescribed radiotherapy to 45 Gray (Gy) (PTV45).  The durability of rosacea control was associated with target volumes at least receiving 36.5 Gy in an average of 22.5 fractions. Progression to a prospective trial and the design is discussed.
      PubDate: 2021-02-23
      Issue No: Vol. 6 (2021)
       
  • Angiofibroma of Soft Tissue Occurring in Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue and
           Appearing as Subcutaneous Nodules

    • Authors: Masanori Ban, Mariko Seishima
      Abstract: Angiofibroma of soft tissue is a new entity recently proposed. It appears often in the deep tissue in relation to joints or fibrotendinous structures. Dermatologists may encounter the cases in the slightly shallow tissue. We report three cases occurring in subcutaneous adipose tissue, and clinically appearing as subcutaneous nodules. A 71-year-old male, an eight-year-old male and a 36-year-old female had a 15-mm-diameter nodule on the left buttock, a 10×5 mm one on the lower right heel and a 15×12 mm one on the lateral right dorsum, respectively. The lesions revealed histologically a proliferation of spindle cells in the collagenous or myxoid-to-collagenous stroma, and abundant branching slit-like vascular structures.
      PubDate: 2021-01-29
      Issue No: Vol. 6 (2021)
       
 
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