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Controversies in aesthetic medicine The frame conditions 1: society and identity of the aesthetic doctor

DIRK BRANDL 1 AND VOLKER SCHRADER 2 Dipl.-Ing., Speaker of the Globalhealth Academy for Aesthetic Medicine Dipl.-Päd., Psychologist and Consultant Globalhealth Academy for Aesthetic Medicine   Preliminary remarks The following series of articles is intended to stimulate discourse and reflection on aesthetic activity. For this reason, some topics are also provocatively pointedly presented. The authors […]

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Therapy of patients with mild, moderate and severe onychomycosis by the munich model (ND:YAG laser and co-treatment with topical antimycotic therapy): adjuvant short.time and low-dose treatment with itraconazole can optimize the result

In the western world, about 10% of the population is affected by fungal nail changes and there is a massive accumulation in older people, especially after the age of 60, slow nail growth, orthopaedic problems and after injuries to the nail organ, as well as in athletes or miners. Other risk factors are a weakened […]

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International expert consensus on the use of AboBotulinum Toxin A (AboTA) for facial rejuvenation and primary hyperhidrosis

Redaelli A, Saromytskaya A, Rowland Payne C et al (2017) International expert consensus on the use of AboBotulinum Toxin A (AboTA) for facial rejuvenation and primary hyperhidrosis. CosMed 3(2): 70 – 80.   Redaelli A.a, Saromytskaya A b, Rowland Payne C.c., Manturova N. d, Battistella M.e, Saban Y.f, Panova O.g, Wollina U.h, Landau M. i, Atamanov […]

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Epidermal and dermal histological characteristics in response to hydroporation

The human skin, the largest organ surface wise has been attractive for topical and transdermal intervention since ever. However, evolution has designed a very efficient barrier preventing human beings from water loss, penetration of germs, allergens poisons, toxins, radiation and other influences of danger in a very sufficient manner. To overcome the barrier many concepts have been developed

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Treatment of Onychomycosis – A Clinical Evaluation of Laser Therapy

Introduction Nail fungus, also known as onychomycosis or tinea unguium is an infection of the toe- or fingernail through dermatophyte. Nail fungus is typically yeast or mould based [16]. 90 % of the cases of onychomycosis are through dermatophyte of the species Trichophyton rubrum or T. mentagrophytes [4, 9]. There are many factors that can […]

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Treatment of Onychomycosis


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