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Novel approach improves outcomes in vaginal rejuvenation

October 16, 2017

Transcutaneous temperature-controlled radiofrequency was associated with improvements in a number of parameters in female vaginal genital rejuvenation, including vulvovaginal laxity and atrophic vaginitis, according to findings presented at the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting.

Monique Wilson, MD, a dermatologist with the California Skin Institute, and colleagues suggested that histopathologic evidence of this treatment approach remains lacking. Further, the clinical community remains uncertain about how this approach improves atrophic vaginitis, orgasmic dysfunction and stress urinary incontinence.

In the Journals

Polidocanol plus HG outperforms HG alone in sclerosing reticular veins

October 3, 2017
Patients requiring sclerosing of reticular veins experienced better sclerotherapy outcomes with 0.2% polidocanol diluted in 70% hypertonic glucose than with 75%…
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AAD speaker: Accurate diagnosis of nail fungus key to treatment

July 28, 2017
Several conditions look familiar to nail fungus, so it is important to get an accurate diagnosis before beginning treatment, according to a presenter at the American…

Clinicians at Cleveland Clinic perform third face transplantation procedure

July 21, 2017
Eleven surgeons from the Cleveland Clinic performed the center’s third face transplant, and its first total face transplant, according to a recent press release…
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