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The melanocortin system: medical management of congenital melanotic naevi

Introduction Congenital melanocytic naevi (CMN) are proliferations of benign melanocytes that are present at birth or develop shortly after birth [1].   Other melanocytic naevi, but were not present at birth, are termed: congenital naevus-like naevi congenital type naevi tardive naevi.   Naevi may also form from other skin cells eg vascular naevi. Some of […]

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Post Marketing Study of Safety and Efficacy of Crystalys, a Calcium Hydroxyapatite Based Filler for Facial Soft Tissue Augmentation

In this post marketing study our primary objective was to assess the safety of Crystalys, a new calcium hydroxyapatite based filler, in subjects who received sub-dermal or deep-dermal injections for facial soft tissue augmentation. The secondary objective was to evaluate the performance of Crystalys within six months of injection.

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What are potential factors for successful post-graduate medical education courses?

Sebastian Cotofana1, Luke Reid1, Marco Birke2, Arjun Maini1, Laura Welke1, Sheila Nunn1   1 Department of Anatomy, Ross University School of Medicine, Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica 2 Institute of Anatomy, Paracelsus Medical University Salzburg & Nuremberg, Salzburg,  Austria     Practical training for health care professionals has a long lasting tradition [6] and is the […]

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Contouring of lower face with injection of botulinum toxin into the masseter muscle

Introduction The ideal female face is perceived as delicate, smoothly contoured & oval shaped. A square jawline seen more commonly in Asians, widens the lower face and is considered masculine [1]. In most patients, the square lower jawline is created by masseteric muscle hypertrophy. This is more common in Koreans, Chinese & other south east […]

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Trends and developments in the area of material sciences and manufacturing technologies for medical supportive structures

Introduction The application range of scaffolding structures in the field of medicine and medical technology is manifold. The spectrum of the materials varies from organic materials such as collagen, hyaluronic acid, lactic acid, xenogenic and autologous tissues to inorganic materials such as metals, metal alloys and ceramics up to organic-inorganic composite materials for hybrid implants. […]

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