Commissies

Onderwijscommissie

De Onderwijscommissie is één van de belangrijkste commissies van de NVCG. Vanuit de  onderwijscommissie wordt gewerkt aan het theoretisch-wetenschapelijk gedeelte van het onderwijs voor de profielopleiding Cosmetische geneeskunde. Het theoretisch onderwijs is verdeeld in diverse modules en wordt ingevuld door diverse nationale en internationale specialisten op het terrein van de verschillende deelgebieden die in de modules aan bod komen.
 

De leden van de Onderwijscommissie zijn:

drs. Annemarie van Rosmalen (voorzitter)
drs. Maartje de Bie
drs. Tom Dectes
drs. Maarten Façee Schaeffer
drs. Hayri Hortoglu
drs.Jani van Loghem
drs. Sindy Plinsinga
drs. Marguerite van Randwijck-Jacobze
dr. Thanya Tha-In

Product- en Complicatie Registratie Commissie (PCR)

De Product- en Complicatie Registratie Commissie (PCR) houdt zich bezig met het registreren van complicaties die zich voordoen in het werkgebied van de cosmetisch arts. Door het landelijk registreren van de complicaties die zich voordoen in “het veld” zal lering kunnen worden getrokken zodat onveilige producten of behandeltechnieken tijdig ontdekt kunnen worden en de nodige acties in gang kunnen worden gezet. Zo heeft de PCR in het verleden een onveilig middel ontdekt via de registraties die werden gedaan. In samenwerking met de Inspectie Gezondheidszorg en Jeugd (IGJ) heeft de PCR ervoor gezorgd dat het middel van de markt is gehaald en heeft zo een hoop leed onder de bevolking voorkomen. De PCR houdt voorafgaand aan elke Algemene Ledenvergaderingen van de NVCG een uur een complicatiebespreking. Hier worden recente complicaties gepresenteerd en besproken door de leden en toehoorders. De PCR heeft het initiatief genomen een database voor complicaties te creëren die via een online registratieformulier door de leden en toehoorders kunnen worden aangevuld. 

De leden van de Product- en Complicatie Registratie Commissie zijn:

drs. Tom Decates (voorzitter)
drs. Jani van Loghem
drs. Leonie Schelke

Commissie Wetenschap

In het licht van de huidige maatschappelijke onrust rondom ons prachtige vak, is het heel erg belangrijk dat we onze behandelingen kunnen stoelen op gedegen wetenschappelijk onderzoek. In dat kader zijn deze lijsten met artikelen verzameld, opdat onze patiënten nog beter voorgelicht kunnen worden.
 

De leden van de Commissie Wetenschap zijn:

dr. Dimitri Mihaylov (voorzitter)
dr. Thanya Tha-In
drs. Leanne Wong

 

Databases

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Botulinum toxin
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Hyaluronic acid fillers
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  110. Coleman, K.M.M.D. and J.M.D. Pozner, Combination Therapy for Rejuvenation of the Outer Thigh and Buttock: A Review and Our Experience. Dermatologic Surgery, 2016. 42 Supplement(2): p. S124-S130.
  111. Chiang, C., S. Zhou, and K. Liu, Intravenous Hyaluronidase with Urokinase as Treatment for Arterial Hyaluronic Acid Embolism. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2016. 137(1): p. 114-21.
  112. Chiang, C., S. Zhou, and K. Liu, Reply to letter: Intravenous Hyaluronidase with Urokinase as Treatment for Rabbit Retinal Artery Hyaluronic Acid Embolism. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2016.
  113. Chen, W., et al., Retinal Branch Artery Embolization Following Hyaluronic Acid Injection: A Case Report. Aesthet Surg J, 2016.
  114. Chen, Q., Y. Liu, and D. Fan, Serious Vascular Complications after Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty: A Case Report. Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open, 2016. 4(4): p. e683.
  115. Chang, S.H., et al., External Compression Versus Intravascular Injection: A Mechanistic Animal Model of Filler-Induced Tissue Ischemia. Ophthal Plast Reconstr Surg, 2016. 32(4): p. 261-6.
  116. Carruthers, J.M.D.F. and A.M.D.F. Carruthers, A Multimodal Approach to Rejuvenation of the Lower Face. Dermatologic Surgery, 2016. 42 Supplement(2): p. S89-S93.
  117. Carruthers, J., et al., Consensus Recommendations for Combined Aesthetic Interventions in the Face Using Botulinum Toxin, Fillers, and Energy-Based Devices. Dermatol Surg, 2016. 42(5): p. 586-97.
  118. Butterwick, K.M.D. and N.M.D. Sadick, Hand Rejuvenation Using a Combination Approach. Dermatologic Surgery, 2016. 42 Supplement(2): p. S108-S118.
  119. Buhren, B.A., et al., Hyaluronidase: from clinical applications to molecular and cellular mechanisms. Eur J Med Res, 2016. 21(1): p. 5.
  120. Black, J.M.M.D., T.M.D. Pavicic, and D.H.M.D. Jones, Tempering Patient Expectations and Working With Budgetary Constraints When It Comes to a Single Versus a Multimodal Approach. Dermatologic Surgery, 2016. 42 Supplement(2): p. S161-S164.
  121. Bertossi, D., et al., The facial grid analysis for filler injection: a cohort study of 300 patients. G Ital Dermatol Venereol, 2016. 151(5): p. 467-72.
  122. Beer, K., Commentary on Skin Remodeling Using Hyaluronic Acid Filler Injections in Photo-Aged Faces. Dermatol Surg, 2016. 42(3): p. 360.
  123. Artzi, O., et al., Resistant and Recurrent Late Reaction to Hyaluronic Acid-Based Gel. Dermatol Surg, 2016. 42(1): p. 31-7.
  124. Andre, P. and E. Haneke, Nicolau syndrome due to hyaluronic acid injections. J Cosmet Laser Ther, 2016: p. 1-19.
  125. Notice of Retraction: Pak CS, et al. A Phase III, Randomized, Double-Blind, Matched-Pairs, Active-Controlled Clinical Trial and Preclinical Animal Study to Compare the Durability, Efficacy and Safety between Polynucleotide Filler and Hyaluronic Acid Filler in the Correction of Crow’s Feet: A New Concept of Regenerative Filler. J Korean Med Sci 2014; 29(Suppl 3): S201-S209. J Korean Med Sci, 2016. 31(2): p. 330.
  126. Yoo, K.H., et al., Efficacy of combination light-emitting diode (635 and 830 nm) therapy in treating local injection-site reactions after filler. Clin Exp Dermatol, 2015. 40(3): p. 333-5.
  127. Xi, W., Y. Zhang, and W. Su, The Hyaluronic Acid Injection in the Lower Eyelid Based on the Hooke’s Law. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2015. 136(4 Suppl): p. 101.
  128. Woodward, J., T. Khan, and J. Martin, Facial Filler Complications. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am, 2015. 23(4): p. 447-58.
  129. Wong, C.H. and B. Mendelson, Newer Understanding of Specific Anatomic Targets in the Aging Face as Applied to Injectables: Aging Changes in the Craniofacial Skeleton and Facial Ligaments. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2015. 136(5 Suppl): p. 44S-48S.
  130. Wollina, U., Midfacial rejuvenation by hyaluronic acid fillers and subcutaneous adipose tissue – A new concept. Med Hypotheses, 2015. 84(4): p. 327-30.
  131. Vanaman, M. and S.G. Fabi, Decolletage: Regional Approaches with Injectable Fillers. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2015. 136(5 Suppl): p. 276s-281s.
  132. Talarico, S., et al., High Patient Satisfaction of a Hyaluronic Acid Filler Producing Enduring Full-Facial Volume Restoration: An 18-Month Open Multicenter Study. Dermatol Surg, 2015. 41(12): p. 1361-9.
  133. Sykes, J.M., et al., Upper Face: Clinical Anatomy and Regional Approaches with Injectable Fillers. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2015. 136(5 Suppl): p. 204s-218s.
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  142. Rohrich, R.J., The “Soft-Tissue Fillers and Neuromodulators: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives” Supplement. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2015. 136(5 Suppl): p. 1S-3S.
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update: June 2017

Mesotherapy
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  3. Sezgin, B., et al., The Effect of Microneedle Thickness on Pain During Minimally Invasive Facial Procedures: A Clinical Study. Aesthet Surg J, 2014. 34(5): p. 757-765.
  4. Rodriguez-Gutierrez, G., et al., Nocardia brasiliensis infection: an emergent suppurative granuloma after mesotherapy. Int J Dermatol, 2014. 53(7): p. 888-90.
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  8. Bulam, H., et al., The Inhibitory Effect of Platelet-Rich Plasma on Botulinum Toxin Type-A: An Experimental Study in Rabbits. Aesthetic Plast Surg, 2014.
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  13. Park, E.J., et al., Histological changes after treatment for localized fat deposits with phosphatidylcholine and sodium deoxycholate. J Cosmet Dermatol, 2013. 12(3): p. 240-3.
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  19. Wassef, C. and B.K. Rao, The science of cellulite treatment and its long-term effectiveness. J Cosmet Laser Ther, 2012. 14(2): p. 50-8.
  20. Vukcevic, N.P., et al., Severe acute caffeine poisoning due to intradermal injections: mesotherapy hazard. Vojnosanit Pregl, 2012. 69(8): p. 707-13.
  21. Taieb, M., et al., Hyaluronic acid plus mannitol treatment for improved skin hydration and elasticity. J Cosmet Dermatol, 2012. 11(2): p. 87-92.
  22. Ramos-e-Silva, M., et al., Oleoma: rare complication of mesotherapy for cellulite. Int J Dermatol, 2012. 51(2): p. 162-7.
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  27. Tawfik, H.A., et al., Phosphatidylcholine for the treatment of prominent lower eyelid fat pads: a pilot study. Ophthal Plast Reconstr Surg, 2011. 27(3): p. 147-51.
  28. Sarkar, R., V.K. Garg, and V. Mysore, Position paper on mesotherapy. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol, 2011. 77(2): p. 232-7.
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  30. Navarte, D.A. and J. Rosset-Llobet, Safety of subcutaneous microinjections (mesotherapy) in musicians. Med Probl Perform Art, 2011. 26(2): p. 79-83.
  31. Marrif, H.I., Thyroid hormones and mesotherapy. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne), 2011. 2: p. 5.
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  36. Galadari, H. and F. Al Faresi, Mesotherapy. Skinmed, 2011. 9(6): p. 342-3.
  37. Duncan, D. and A.M. Rotunda, Injectable therapies for localized fat loss: state of the art. Clin Plast Surg, 2011. 38(3): p. 489-501, vii.
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  41. Rozhanets, A.R., E.A. Turova, and D.B. Kul’chitskaia, [Combined application of electric myo-stimulation and meso-therapy for the correction of age-related changes of the facial skin]. Vopr Kurortol Fizioter Lech Fiz Kult, 2010(4): p. 26-30.
  42. Rallis, E., et al., Mesotherapy-induced urticaria. Dermatol Surg, 2010. 36(8): p. 1355-6.
  43. Quinones, C., et al., An outbreak of Mycobacterium fortuitum cutaneous infection associated with mesotherapy. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol, 2010. 24(5): p. 604-6.
  44. Orjuela, D., et al., Cutaneous tuberculosis after mesotherapy: report of six cases. Biomedica, 2010. 30(3): p. 321-6.
  45. Mysore, V., Mesotherapy in Management of Hairloss – Is it of Any Use? Int J Trichology, 2010. 2(1): p. 45-6.
  46. Kim, J.B., et al., Ischemic colitis after mesotherapy combined with anti-obesity medications. World J Gastroenterol, 2010. 16(12): p. 1537-40.
  47. Hasegawa, T., T. Matsukura, and S. Ikeda, Mesotherapy for benign symmetric lipomatosis. Aesthetic Plast Surg, 2010. 34(2): p. 153-6.
  48. Gutierrez-de la Pena, J., et al., [Three cases of panniculitis due to Mycobacterium abscessus after mesotherapy]. Actas Dermosifiliogr, 2010. 101(2): p. 188-90.
  49. Da Mata Jardin, O., et al., [Follow-up on an outbreak in Venezuela of soft-tissue infection due to Mycobacterium abscessus associated with Mesotherapy]. Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin, 2010. 28(9): p. 596-601.
  50. Correa, N.E., et al., Outbreak of mesotherapy-associated cutaneous infections caused by Mycobacterium chelonae in Colombia. Jpn J Infect Dis, 2010. 63(2): p. 143-5.
  51. Braccini, F. and D.M. Dohan Ehrenfest, [Advantages of combined therapies in cosmetic medicine for the treatment of face aging: botulinum toxin, fillers and mesotherapy]. Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol (Bord), 2010. 131(2): p. 89-95.
  52. Babacan, T., et al., A case of the Behcet’s disease diagnosed by the panniculits after mesotherapy. Rheumatol Int, 2010. 30(12): p. 1657-9.
  53. Shaladi, A.M., et al., [Cervical lymphoadenopathy due to Pseudomonas aeruginosa following mesotherapy]. Infez Med, 2009. 17(3): p. 169-72.
  54. Regnier, S., et al., Clinical management of rapidly growing mycobacterial cutaneous infections in patients after mesotherapy. Clin Infect Dis, 2009. 49(9): p. 1358-64.
  55. Nabavi, C.B., D.S. Minckler, and J.P. Tao, Histologic features of mesotherapy-induced orbital fat inflammation. Ophthal Plast Reconstr Surg, 2009. 25(1): p. 69-70.
  56. Matarasso, A. and T.M. Pfeifer, Mesotherapy and injection lipolysis. Clin Plast Surg, 2009. 36(2): p. 181-92, v; discussion 193.
  57. Gokdemir, G., A. Kucukunal, and D. Sakiz, Cutaneous granulomatous reaction from mesotherapy. Dermatol Surg, 2009. 35(2): p. 291-3.
  58. Duque-Estrada, B., et al., Alopecia secondary to mesotherapy. J Am Acad Dermatol, 2009. 61(4): p. 707-9.
  59. Duncan, D., et al., Refinement of technique in injection lipolysis based on scientific studies and clinical evaluation. Clin Plast Surg, 2009. 36(2): p. 195-209, v-vi; discussion 211-3.
  60. Difonzo, E.M., et al., Mesotherapy and cutaneous Mycobacterium fortuitum infection. Int J Dermatol, 2009. 48(6): p. 645-7.
  61. Del-Castillo, M., et al., Mesotherapy-associated outbreak caused by Mycobacterium immunogenum. Emerg Infect Dis, 2009. 15(2): p. 357-9.
  62. Carbonne, A., et al., Outbreak of nontuberculous mycobacterial subcutaneous infections related to multiple mesotherapy injections. J Clin Microbiol, 2009. 47(6): p. 1961-4.
  63. Beer, K. and J. Waibel, Disfiguring scarring following mesotherapy-associated Mycobacterium cosmeticum infection. J Drugs Dermatol, 2009. 8(4): p.
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  64. Wanner, M. and M. Avram, An evidence-based assessment of treatments for cellulite. J Drugs Dermatol, 2008. 7(4): p. 341-5.
  65. Viana-Niero, C., et al., Molecular characterization of Mycobacterium massiliense and Mycobacterium bolletii in isolates collected from outbreaks of infections after laparoscopic surgeries and cosmetic procedures. J Clin Microbiol, 2008. 46(3): p. 850-5.
  66. Strahan, J.E., J.L. Cohen, and J.A. Chorny, Granuloma annulare as a complication of mesotherapy: a case report. Dermatol Surg, 2008. 34(6): p. 836-8.
  67. Park, S.H., et al., Effectiveness of mesotherapy on body contouring. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2008. 121(4): p. 179e-85e.
  68. Olivero-Rivera, L., Mesotherapy for body sculpting. European staple of reshaping gaining ground here. Adv Nurse Pract, 2008. 16(11): p. 30.
  69. Munayco, C.V., et al., Outbreak of persistent cutaneous abscesses due to Mycobacterium chelonae after mesotherapy sessions, Lima, Peru. Rev Saude Publica, 2008. 42(1): p. 146-9.
  70. Lacarrubba, F., et al., Mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation: assessment of the subepidermal low-echogenic band by ultrasound evaluation with cross-sectional B-mode scanning. Dermatol Ther, 2008. 21 Suppl 3: p. S1-5.
  71. Kadry, R., et al., Multifocal scalp abscess with subcutaneous fat necrosis and scarring alopecia as a complication of scalp mesotherapy. J Drugs Dermatol, 2008. 7(1): p. 72-3.
  72. Garcia-Navarro, X., et al., Mycobacterium abscessus infection secondary to mesotherapy. Clin Exp Dermatol, 2008. 33(5): p. 658-9.
  73. Davis, M.D., T.I. Wright, and J.M. Shehan, A complication of mesotherapy: noninfectious granulomatous panniculitis. Arch Dermatol, 2008. 144(6): p. 808-9.
  74. Danilovic, D.L., et al., Factitious thyrotoxicosis induced by mesotherapy: a case report. Thyroid, 2008. 18(6): p. 655-7.
  75. Caruso, M.K., et al., An evaluation of mesotherapy solutions for inducing lipolysis and treating cellulite. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg, 2008. 61(11): p. 1321-4.
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  77. Al-Khenaizan, S., Facial cutaneous ulcers following mesotherapy. Dermatol Surg, 2008. 34(6): p. 832-4; discussion 834-5.
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  79. Vedamurthy, M., Mesotherapy. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol, 2007. 73(1): p. 60-2.
  80. Sanudo, A., et al., Nontuberculous mycobacteria infection after mesotherapy: preliminary report of 15 cases. Int J Dermatol, 2007. 46(6): p. 649-53.
  81. Gamo, R., et al., Sporotrichosis following mesotherapy for arthrosis. Acta Derm Venereol, 2007. 87(5): p. 430-1.
  82. Doerr, T.D., Lipoplasty of the face and neck. Curr Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 2007. 15(4): p. 228-32.
  83. Demirkan, F., et al., Mesotherapy: can it be a cause of perforator flap failure? Plast Reconstr Surg, 2007. 119(3): p. 1137-8.
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update: june 2015
Sculptra/New-Fill
  1. Friedmann, D.P., S.G. Fabi, and M.P. Goldman, Combination of intense pulsed light, Sculptra, and Ultherapy for treatment of the aging face. J Cosmet Dermatol, 2014. 13(2): p. 109-18.
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  20. Hamilton, T.K. and C.M. Burgess, Considerations for the use of injectable poly-L-lactic acid in people of color. J Drugs Dermatol, 2010. 9(5): p. 451-6.
  21. Sadick, N.S. and L. Palmisano, Case study involving use of injectable poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) for acne scars. J Dermatolog Treat, 2009. 20(5): p. 302-7.
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  30. Schulman, M.R., J. Lipper, and R.A. Skolnik, Correction of chest wall deformity after implant-based breast reconstruction using poly-L-lactic acid (Sculptra). Breast J, 2008. 14(1): p. 92-6.
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  50. Clymer, M.A., Evolution in techniques: lip augmentation. Facial Plast Surg, 2007. 23(1): p. 21-6.
  51. Beer, K., A single-center, open-label study on the use of injectable poly-L-lactic acid for the treatment of moderate to severe scarring from acne or varicella. Dermatol Surg, 2007. 33 Suppl 2: p. S159-67.
  52. Apikian, M., S. Roberts, and G.J. Goodman, Adverse reactions to polylactic acid injections in the periorbital area. J Cosmet Dermatol, 2007. 6(2): p. 95-101.
  53. Wolfram, D., A. Tzankov, and H. Piza-Katzer, Surgery for foreign body reactions due to injectable fillers. Dermatology, 2006. 213(4): p. 300-4.
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  55. Thioly-Bensoussan, D., A new option for volumetric restoration: poly-L-lactic acid. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol, 2006. 20 Suppl 1: p. 12-6.
  56. Shumaker, P.R., et al., Effect of monopolar radiofrequency treatment over soft-tissue fillers in an animal model: part 2. Lasers Surg Med, 2006. 38(3): p. 211-7.
  57. Sherman, R.N., Sculptra: the new three-dimensional filler. Clin Plast Surg, 2006. 33(4): p. 539-50.
  58. Ralston, J.P., J.E. Blume, and N.C. Zeitouni, Treatment of postoperative soft tissue loss with injectable poly-L-lactic acid. J Drugs Dermatol, 2006. 5(10): p. 1000-1.
  59. Lowe, N.J., Dispelling the myth: appropriate use of poly-L-lactic acid and clinical considerations. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol, 2006. 20 Suppl 1: p. 2-6.
  60. Lam, S.M., B. Azizzadeh, and M. Graivier, Injectable poly-L-lactic acid (Sculptra): technical considerations in soft-tissue contouring. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2006. 118(3 Suppl): p. 55S-63S.
  61. Jones, J.K., Patient safety considerations regarding dermal filler injections. Plast Surg Nurs, 2006. 26(3): p. 156-63.
  62. Graivier, M., Wire subcision for complete release of depressions, subdermal attachments, and scars. Aesthet Surg J, 2006. 26(4): p. 387-94.
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  64. Downie, J.B., Esthetic considerations for ethnic skin. Semin Cutan Med Surg, 2006. 25(3): p. 158-62.
  65. Broder, K.W. and S.R. Cohen, An overview of permanent and semipermanent fillers. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2006. 118(3 Suppl): p. 7S-14S.
  66. Beer, K.R. and M.I. Rendon, Use of sculptra mark in esthetic rejuvenation. Semin Cutan Med Surg, 2006. 25(3): p. 127-31.
  67. Bauer, U. and D. Vleggaar, Response to “New-fill injections may induce late-onset foreign body granulomatous reaction”. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2006. 118(1): p. 265; author reply 265-6.
  68. Vleggaar, D., Facial volumetric correction with injectable poly-L-lactic acid. Dermatol Surg, 2005. 31(11 Pt 2): p. 1511-7; discussion 1517-8.
  69. Parada, M.B., et al., A histologic study of adverse effects of different cosmetic skin fillers. Skinmed, 2005. 4(6): p. 345-9.
  70. Moy, R.L. and E.F. Fincher, Poly-L-lactic acid for the aesthetic correction of facial volume loss. Aesthet Surg J, 2005. 25(6): p. 646-8.
  71. Lowe, N.J., C.A. Maxwell, and R. Patnaik, Adverse reactions to dermal fillers: review. Dermatol Surg, 2005. 31(11 Pt 2): p. 1616-25.
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  73. James, J.S., Sculptra facial treatment: new physician locator. AIDS Treat News, 2005(410): p. 4.
  74. Hamilton, M.M. and T. Hobgood, Emerging trends and techniques in male aesthetic surgery. Facial Plast Surg, 2005. 21(4): p. 324-8.
  75. England, L.J., et al., Effects of monopolar radiofrequency treatment over soft-tissue fillers in an animal model. Lasers Surg Med, 2005. 37(5): p. 356-65.
  76. Engelhard, P., G. Humble, and D. Mest, Safety of Sculptra: a review of clinical trial data. J Cosmet Laser Ther, 2005. 7(3-4): p. 201-5.
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  80. Borelli, C., et al., Deep subcutaneous application of poly-L-lactic acid as a filler for facial lipoatrophy in HIV-infected patients. Skin Pharmacol Physiol, 2005. 18(6): p. 273-8.
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  82. Andre, P., et al., Adverse reactions to dermal fillers: a review of European experiences. J Cosmet Laser Ther, 2005. 7(3-4): p. 171-6.
  83. Zimmermann, U.S. and T.J. Clerici, The histological aspects of fillers complications. Semin Cutan Med Surg, 2004. 23(4): p. 241-50.
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  96. Berry, J., New-Fill for an old face. Posit Aware, 2002. 13(3): p. 34-5.
  97. Berger, D.S., New-Fill on “hold” and open-label for T-20. Posit Aware, 2002. 13(1): p. 64-5.

 

update: june 2015

 

Radiesse
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  30. Ridenour, B. and T.C. Kontis, Injectable calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres (Radiesse). Facial Plast Surg, 2009. 25(2): p. 100-5.
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  32. Edelson, K.L., Hand recontouring with calcium hydroxylapatite (Radiesse). J Cosmet Dermatol, 2009. 8(1): p. 44-51.
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  34. Bank, D.E., A novel approach to treatment of the aging hand with Radiesse. J Drugs Dermatol, 2009. 8(12): p. 1122-6.
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  36. Sires, B., S. Laukaitis, and P. Whitehouse, Radiesse-induced herpes zoster. Ophthal Plast Reconstr Surg, 2008. 24(3): p. 218-9.
  37. Jacovella, P.F., Use of calcium hydroxylapatite (Radiesse) for facial augmentation. Clin Interv Aging, 2008. 3(1): p. 161-74.
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  43. Moers-Carpi, M., et al., A multicenter, randomized trial comparing calcium hydroxylapatite to two hyaluronic acids for treatment of nasolabial folds. Dermatol Surg, 2007. 33 Suppl 2: p. S144-51.
  44. Graivier, M.H., et al., Calcium hydroxylapatite (Radiesse) for correction of the mid- and lower face: consensus recommendations. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2007. 120(6 Suppl): p. 55S-66S.
  45. Comite, S., et al., Minimizing discomfort during the injection of Radiesse with the use of either local anesthetic or ice. Dermatol Online J, 2007. 13(3): p. 5.
  46. Caton, T., et al., Viscoelasticity of hyaluronan and nonhyaluronan based vocal fold injectables: implications for mucosal versus muscle use. Laryngoscope, 2007. 117(3): p. 516-21.
  47. Busso, M. and D. Applebaum, Hand augmentation with Radiesse (Calcium hydroxylapatite). Dermatol Ther, 2007. 20(6): p. 385-7.
  48. Beer, K.R., Radiesse nodule of the lips from a distant injection site: report of a case and consideration of etiology and management. J Drugs Dermatol, 2007. 6(8): p. 846-7.
  49. Ahn, M.S., Calcium hydroxylapatite: Radiesse. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am, 2007. 15(1): p. 85-90, vii.
  50. Silvers, S.L., et al., Prospective, open-label, 18-month trial of calcium hydroxylapatite (Radiesse) for facial soft-tissue augmentation in patients with human immunodeficiency virus-associated lipoatrophy: one-year durability. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2006. 118(3 Suppl): p. 34S-45S.
  51. Roy, D., N. Sadick, and D. Mangat, Clinical trial of a novel filler material for soft tissue augmentation of the face containing synthetic calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres. Dermatol Surg, 2006. 32(9): p. 1134-9.
  52. Jansen, D.A. and M.H. Graivier, Evaluation of a calcium hydroxylapatite-based implant (Radiesse) for facial soft-tissue augmentation. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2006. 118(3 Suppl): p. 22S-30S, discussion 31S-33S.
  53. Jacovella, P.F., et al., Long-lasting results with hydroxylapatite (Radiesse) facial filler. Plast Reconstr Surg, 2006. 118(3 Suppl): p. 15S-21S.
  54. Jacovella, P.F., Calcium hydroxylapatite facial filler (Radiesse): indications, technique, and results. Clin Plast Surg, 2006. 33(4): p. 511-23.
  55. Godin, M.S., et al., Use of radiesse in combination with restylane for facial augmentation. Arch Facial Plast Surg, 2006. 8(2): p. 92-7.
  56. Berlin, A., J.L. Cohen, and D.J. Goldberg, Calcium hydroxylapatite for facial rejuvenation. Semin Cutan Med Surg, 2006. 25(3): p. 132-7.
  57. Evans, K.K., et al., The use of calcium hydroxylapatite for nipple projection after failed nipple-areolar reconstruction: early results. Ann Plast Surg, 2005. 55(1): p. 25-9; discussion 29.
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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

PRP 2016 met abstracts

  1. Arora, S., et al., Quantification of platelets and platelet derived growth factors from platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) prepared at different centrifugal force (g) and time. Transfus Apher Sci, 2016.
  2. Asif, M., S. Kanodia, and K. Singh, Combined autologous platelet-rich plasma with microneedling verses microneedling with distilled water in the treatment of atrophic acne scars: a concurrent split-face study. J Cosmet Dermatol, 2016.
  3. Bioulac, B., W. Heppt, and M. Heppt, [Transfer of autologous fat and plasma : The future of anti-aging medicine?]. HNO, 2015. 63(7): p. 497-503.
  4. Bulam, H., et al., The Inhibitory Effect of Platelet-Rich Plasma on Botulinum Toxin Type-A: An Experimental Study in Rabbits. Aesthetic Plast Surg, 2015. 39(1): p. 134-40.
  5. Centeno, C.J., et al., Is cosmetic platelet-rich plasma a drug to be regulated by the Food and Drug Administration? J Cosmet Dermatol, 2011. 10(3): p. 171-3.
  6. Cervelli, V., et al., The effect of autologous activated platelet rich plasma (AA-PRP) injection on pattern hair loss: clinical and histomorphometric evaluation. Biomed Res Int, 2014. 2014: p. 760709.
  7. Cervelli, V., et al., Application of platelet-rich plasma in plastic surgery: clinical and in vitro evaluation. Tissue Eng Part C Methods, 2009. 15(4): p. 625-34.
  8. Cervelli, V., et al., Use of platelet-rich plasma and hyaluronic acid in the loss of substance with bone exposure. Adv Skin Wound Care, 2011. 24(4): p. 176-81.
  9. Chawla, S., Split Face Comparative Study of Microneedling with PRP Versus Microneedling with Vitamin C in Treating Atrophic Post Acne Scars. J Cutan Aesthet Surg, 2014. 7(4): p. 209-12.
  10. Cho, J.M., et al., Effect of platelet-rich plasma on ultraviolet b-induced skin wrinkles in nude mice. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg, 2011. 64(2): p. e31-9.
  11. Cieslik-Bielecka, A., et al., L-PRP/L-PRF in esthetic plastic surgery, regenerative medicine of the skin and chronic wounds. Curr Pharm Biotechnol, 2012. 13(7): p. 1266-77.
  12. Fabi, S. and H. Sundaram, The potential of topical and injectable growth factors and cytokines for skin rejuvenation. Facial Plast Surg, 2014. 30(2): p. 157-71.
  13. Fukaya, M. and A. Ito, A New Economic Method for Preparing Platelet-rich Plasma. Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open, 2014. 2(6): p. e162.
  14. Gentile, P., et al., The Effect of Platelet-Rich Plasma in Hair Regrowth: A Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trial. Stem Cells Transl Med, 2015. 4(11): p. 1317-23.
  15. Ibrahim, Z.A., et al., Comparison between the efficacy and safety of platelet-rich plasma vs. microdermabrasion in the treatment of striae distensae: clinical and histopathological study. J Cosmet Dermatol, 2015. 14(4): p. 336-46.
  16. Kawazoe, T. and H.H. Kim, Tissue augmentation by white blood cell-containing platelet-rich plasma. Cell Transplant, 2012. 21(2-3): p. 601-7.
  17. Kim, D.H., et al., Can Platelet-rich Plasma Be Used for Skin Rejuvenation? Evaluation of Effects of Platelet-rich Plasma on Human Dermal Fibroblast. Ann Dermatol, 2011. 23(4): p. 424-31.
  18. Kushida, S., et al., Effects of platelet-rich plasma on proliferation and myofibroblastic differentiation in human dermal fibroblasts. Ann Plast Surg, 2013. 71(2): p. 219-24.
  19. Lee, S.H., et al., Therapeutic efficacy of autologous platelet-rich plasma and polydeoxyribonucleotide on female pattern hair loss. Wound Repair Regen, 2015. 23(1): p. 30-6.
  20. Leo, M.S., et al., Systematic review of the use of platelet-rich plasma in aesthetic dermatology. J Cosmet Dermatol, 2015. 14(4): p. 315-23.
  21. Li, Z.J., et al., Autologous platelet-rich plasma: a potential therapeutic tool for promoting hair growth. Dermatol Surg, 2012. 38(7 Pt 1): p. 1040-6.
  22. Lubkowska, A., B. Dolegowska, and G. Banfi, Growth factor content in PRP and their applicability in medicine. J Biol Regul Homeost Agents, 2012. 26(2 Suppl 1): p. 3S-22S.
  23. Mehryan, P., et al., Assessment of efficacy of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) on infraorbital dark circles and crow’s feet wrinkles. J Cosmet Dermatol, 2014. 13(1): p. 72-8.
  24. Miao, Y., et al., [Effect of PRP on the proliferation of dermal papilla cells and hair follicle regeneration in mice]. Zhonghua Zheng Xing Wai Ke Za Zhi, 2013. 29(2): p. 131-5.
  25. Miao, Y., et al., Promotional effect of platelet-rich plasma on hair follicle reconstitution in vivo. Dermatol Surg, 2013. 39(12): p. 1868-76.
  26. Pinto, J.M., et al., Application of platelet-rich plasma in the treatment of chronic skin ulcer – case report. An Bras Dermatol, 2014. 89(4): p. 638-40.
  27. Ramos-Torrecillas, J., et al., Clinical utility of growth factors and platelet-rich plasma in tissue regeneration: a review. Wounds, 2014. 26(7): p. 207-13.
  28. Redaelli, A., D. Romano, and A. Marciano, Face and neck revitalization with platelet-rich plasma (PRP): clinical outcome in a series of 23 consecutively treated patients. J Drugs Dermatol, 2010. 9(5): p. 466-72.
  29. Rigotti, G., et al., Expanded Stem Cells, Stromal-Vascular Fraction, and Platelet-Rich Plasma Enriched Fat: Comparing Results of Different Facial Rejuvenation Approaches in a Clinical Trial. Aesthet Surg J, 2016. 36(3): p. 261-70.
  30. Shin, M.K., et al., Platelet-rich plasma combined with fractional laser therapy for skin rejuvenation. Dermatol Surg, 2012. 38(4): p. 623-30.
  31. Venter, N.G., et al., Use of platelet-rich plasma in deep second- and third-degree burns. Burns, 2016.
  32. Willemsen, J.C., et al., The effects of platelet-rich plasma on recovery time and aesthetic outcome in facial rejuvenation: preliminary retrospective observations. Aesthetic Plast Surg, 2014. 38(5): p. 1057-63.
  33. Yuksel, E.P., et al., Evaluation of effects of platelet-rich plasma on human facial skin. J Cosmet Laser Ther, 2014. 16(5): p. 206-8.
  34. Zhu, J.T., et al., The efficacy of autologous platelet-rich plasma combined with erbium fractional laser therapy for facial acne scars or acne. Mol Med Rep, 2013. 8(1): p. 233-7.