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Information Systems, Telemedicine, Videoconferencing
Injectors, Pigmentation
Injectors, Subcutaneous Gas, Carbon Dioxide
Inks, Tissue Marking
Iontophoresis Units, Drug Delivery
IVD Test Reagent/Kits, Skin Test, Allergy
Knives, Surgical, Multipurpose, Scalpel, Electrothermal Cautery
Knives, Surgical, Skin Grafting
Laser Contact Probes
Laser Delivery Systems
Laser Delivery Systems, Fiberoptic
Laser Delivery Systems, Waveguide
Lasers
Lasers, Alexandrite
Lasers, Alexandrite, Dermatologic
Lasers, Alexandrite/Nd:YAG, Dermatologic
Lasers, Argon, Dermatologic
Lasers, Carbon Dioxide, Surgical/Dermatologic
Lasers, Copper Vapor
Lasers, Copper Vapor, Dermatologic
Lasers, Diode, Dermatologic
Lasers, Dye, Dermatologic
Lasers, Dye/Alexandrite, Dermatologic
Lasers, Dye/Nd:YAG, Dermatologic
Lasers, Er:Glass
Lasers, Er:Glass, Dermatologic
Lasers, Er:YAG, Dermatologic
Lasers, ErCr:YSGG
Lasers, ErCr:YSGG, Dermatologic
Lasers, Gold Vapor

Adding Retina to a Comprehensive Ophthalmology Practice
Over the past 25 years, several factors have increased the demand for vitreoretinal subspecialist services: the increasing population of baby-boomers, increasing development of treatment options, improvements in surgical instrumentation and outcomes, and an increasing concern about medicolegal considerations in areas that have other retinal physicians readily available to treat potentially blinding emergencies. This paper discusses the ins and outs of expanding to the posterior segment.
Laser Treatment for Scars and Keloids
Scars can be broadly classified as hypertrophic scars, keloids, atrophic scars, and acne scars. Prior reviews of laser scar revision techniques have been organized according to the type of scar. This review presents an overview of laser principles as they pertain to the treatment of scars followed by a synopsis of scar treatment organized by laser type to facilitate the busy practitioner’s utilization of available resources.
Devices for Rejuvenation of the Aging Face
In the field of cosmetic dermatology, there are a variety of options to reverse the physical signs of aging. Many of these options include treatment with devices that induce remodeling of the dermis and epidermis, resulting in a more youthful appearance. In this article, we review the ablative and nonablative devices that are currently available for photorejuvenation of the aging face.
Put Your Best Hand Forward
We have all heard the expression “Put your best foot forward.” People rarely form impressions about our age and health by looking at our feet because they usually are covered by shoes. It is time for dermatologists to elevate their promotion of cosmetic treatment of the hands so patients can put their best hand forward.
Building Future-ready Healthcare IT Platforms: Get to the Cloud
Join us for an interactive discussion on why cloud computing is a growing force in healthcare, and how to make it part of an overall long-term strategy to transform your IT and clinical environments. Leadership from Intermountain Healthcare and West Park Hospital will explain how they are leveraging the cloud to remain on the cutting-edge of innovation, while relentlessly protecting information security.
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