Volume: February 2022, Issue 1

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Hot Topics at a Glance

 

AARS Upcoming Event: Save the Date

  • Save the Date for our 16th Annual AARS Networking Reception

New Medical Research

  • Researchers define keys to recognizing ocular rosacea.
  • Single session of combined microfat and subcision in the treatment of grade 4 atrophic acne scars.
  • Q-Switched 1064-nm Nd: YAG laser versus fractional carbon dioxide laser for post acne scarring: A split-face comparative study.
  • The comparative in vitro killing activity of tea tree oil versus permethrin on demodex folliculorum of rosacea patients.
  • Multidrug-resistant cutibacterium avidum isolated from patients with acne vulgaris and other infections.
  • Single-center, assessor-blind study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of DA-5520 topical gel in patients with acne scars: A pilot study.
  • Comparison of red light and blue light therapies for mild-to-moderate acne vulgaris: A randomized controlled clinical study.
  • Surfactin-oleogel with therapeutic potential for inflammatory acne vulgaris induced by propionibacterium acnes.
  • Evaluation of psychological well-being and social impact of atrophic acne scarring: A multinational, mixed-methods study.

Clinical Reviews

  • Treating acne in transgender persons receiving testosterone: A practical guide.
  • Low dose oral isotretinoin for the treatment of adult patients with mild-to-moderate acne vulgaris: Systematic review and meta-analysis.
  • Dapsone in hidradenitis suppurativa: A systematic review.
  • Treatment protocols and efficacy of light and laser treatments in post-acne erythema.
  • The therapeutic effects in patients with rosacea: How do we evaluate them?
  • Evaluating the effectiveness and safety of radiofrequency for face and neck rejuvenation: A systematic review.
  • The role of biofilm formation in the pathogenesis and antimicrobial susceptibility of cutibacterium acnes.

 

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