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Two cases — both tremendously different in their level of complexity — illustrate the core principles of nasal reconstruction.
Recognizing the variety of manifestations of COVID-19-related skin reactions in Black, Latino and pediatric populations can help clinicians in their approaches to patient counseling.
After experiencing a scratch on the nose, a patient with limited comorbidities developed a headache along with swelling, crusting and ulceration of his nose.
Doctors and patients are seeing positive results from using low-dose oral minoxidil instead of, or alongside, topical treatments for some forms of alopecia.
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Certain rashes, welts and blisters are associated with COVID-19 infection.
Treatment advancements restore shape, feel and sensation.
A novel treatment that combines antioxidants with barrier-enhancing ingredients appears to significantly improve thinning hair.
Regenerative peripheral nerve interface is a novel approach to minimize the development of painful neuromas after limb amputations, based on the premise that the proximal cut end of a nerve will attempt to grow and reinnervate a target.
When evaluating subungual masses, all clinicians should be aware of the utility of transillumination in the diagnosis of subungual digital mucous cysts.
A new meta-analysis compares complications and patient satisfaction rates for penile inversion and intestinally based transfemale vaginoplasty.