Dermatologic procedures and surgery Essays

  • Essay About Tough Skin

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    When I tell women that tough skin is a good thing, they tend to shy away from this skin care tip. They shun the idea of tough skin because of two misconceptions based on the way we use language. The first misconception is that they assume tough skin is the same as rugged skin. They equate tough skin with rough, leathery, unattractive skin. This, however, is not at all what I am talking about. But I do understand where they get this impression. They get this mistaken impression because they are

  • Surgical Tattoo Removal Essay

    816 Words  | 4 Pages

    treatment. Dermatologic surgeons use effective techniques to remove these tattoos. They no longer are permanent and can be erased safely through this surgery. Is Surgical

  • Pros And Cons Of Hydroquinone

    1455 Words  | 6 Pages

    Hydroquinone is a strong inhibitor of melanin production that has long been established as the most effective ingredient for reducing and potentially eliminating melasma (Source: Journal of Dermatological Science, August, 2001, Supplemental, pages 68–75). In different concentrations it inhibits or prevents skin from making the substance responsible for skin color. Hydroquinone does not bleach the skin, which is why calling it a “bleaching agent” is a misnomer; it can’t remove pigment from the skin

  • Aussie's Disease

    3102 Words  | 13 Pages

    factor (VWF) a glycoprotein that when complexed with Factor VIII is responsible for platelet adhesion. Type 1 VWD is characterized by low levels of VWF but all multimers of the factor are present. Affected dogs have increased bleeding time after surgery or trauma. A DNA test for VWD in the Australian terrier is available through Genetic Technologies (Australia). 6, 11 Patent ductus arteriosus has been listed as occurring in the breed. 6, 7 Blood is shunted from the aorta to the pulmonary artery