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MEET THE DOCTORS 2018

Dr. Hamilton and Dr. Osborne will be in:

 
New York City: July
Orlando: July
Houston: July
Europe: August
Cryotherapy and Keloid Treatment
Figure 1. Keloid lesion behind the right ear before and after cryotherapy treatment. Notice regression of the keloid after one treatment. (Courtesy of Drs. Yaron Har-Shai, Z.Paul Lorenc, cyroshape.com)

Cryotherapy and Keloid Treatment

Is cryotherapy an effective treatment for keloids? Question: A few years ago I had surgery to remove a small growth from my ear. A few months after the procedure I…

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The Broken Nose Evaluation
Figure 2: After a nasal trauma it is common to have fracture of the nasal bones (a), fracture of the septum (b) and tearing of nasal cartilages (c).

The Broken Nose Evaluation

Why should a nasal fracture be evaluated in a timely fashion? Question: I play basketball for my school and was recently injured during a game when I caught an elbow…

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Frey’s Syndrome – Facial sweating and flushing
Figure 1A: Between the ear and dotted line demarcates a parotid and fascial defect from a previous surgery. Figure 1B: Placement of a graft to correct the parotid defect and prevent or treat Frey’s syndrome.

Frey’s Syndrome – Facial sweating and flushing

  Is Frey’s Syndrome an avoidable surgical complication of parotid surgery? Question: I recently had surgery to have my parotid gland removed. I noticed that a short time after surgery,…

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