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Cutaneous Applications - Abstract Session

Sunday, April 9 | 7:00 AM - 10:30 AM | Room: Hall F

AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits: 3.50 MAX

ACCME Accreditation Statement

Presenter Disclosures

Educational Needs This session will explore the use of lasers and energy-based devices to treat a wide spectrum of cutaneous conditions. Controlled studies demonstrating objective evidence in support of new devices and new uses of established devices will be presented. Attendees will be encouraged to participate in discussion of the presented data. Updating current knowledge on the use of energy-based devices as well as maximizing results and minimizing complications will be a prime objective of this session.

Participants This session is for all health care practitioners, engineers, scientists, or any interested individuals working with lasers and energy-based devices. All heath care personnel will benefit by learning how to maximize results of treatment of cutaneous conditions while minimizing complications.

Background Requirements Participants with a basic understanding of skin biology and physics will derive maximal benefit from the presentations, however, all meeting attendees are welcome to attend and contribute.

Instructional Content/Expected Learning Objectives Attendees will learn about what’s new in the field of lasers and energy-based devices. Presentations of new devices and new uses for established devices will provide attendees with data to incorporate into practice or research.

"Hot topics"

  • Nanoparticles: Magic Bullets.
  • The Picosecond Revolution Continues: A Deeper Understanding of Skin Rejuvenation Techniques.
  • Skin Cancer Treatment and Prevention.

Chair(s) Mathew M. Avram, MD, JD; Kelly J. Stankiewicz, MD, FAAD

Time Abstr Activity
7:00 AM - 7:02 AM    Introduction

HYPERHIDROSIS 

7:03 AM - 7:09 AM     60 A RETROSPECTIVE MULTISTUDY ANALYSIS OF AXILLARY ODOR REDUCTION FOLLOWING MICROWAVE TREATMENT Jeremy Brauer★, Roy Geronemus | Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York, New York, NY

INFECTIOUS

7:10 AM - 7:16 AM    61 EFFICACY OF COMBINATION THERAPY WITH EFINACONAZOLE 10% SOLUTION AND 1064nm Nd:YAG LASER FOR TREATMENT OF TOENAIL ONYCHOMYCOSIS Neil S. Sadick★ | Weill Cornell Medicine, New York City, NY

SKIN TIGHTENING 

7:17 AM - 7:23 AM    62 A RANDOMIZED, SPLIT-FACE, EVALUATOR-BLIND CLINICAL TRIAL COMPARING MONOPOLAR RADIOFREQUENCY TO MICROFOCUSED ULTRASOUND WITH VISUALIZATION FOR LIFTING AND TIGHTENING OF THE FACE AND UPPER NECK Isabela Jones★, Monique Wilson, Joanna Bolton, Lisa Zaleski-Larsen, Isabella Guiha, Mitchel Goldman, Douglas Wu Cosmetic Laser Dermatology, San Diego, CA

SCARRING

7:24 AM - 7:30 AM    63 A PILOT STUDY OF THE COMBINED USE OF 755nm ALEXANDRITE PICOSECOND LASER AND INTRADERMAL AIR DISSECTOR IN THE TREATMENT OF ATROPHIC ACNE SCARS IN ASIAN PATIENTS Victoria Belo★, Guada Capiz, Michelle Villanueva | Belo Medical Group, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines; Belo Medical Group, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines; Belo Medical Group, San Juan City, Metro Manila, Philippines
7:31 AM - 7:37 AM    64 FRACTIONAL 1064nm and 532nm PICOSECOND-DOMAIN LASER TREATMENT OF ACNE SCARS Eric Bernstein★, Kevin Schomacker, Jayant Bhawalkar | Main Line Center for Laser Surgery, Ardmore, PA; Candela-Syneron, Wayland, MA  
7:38 AM - 7:44 AM     65  A SPLIT SCAR COMPARISON STUDY OF HYPERTROPHIC SCAR TREATMENT WITH FRACTIONAL LASER vs FRACTIONAL LASER-ASSISTED TOPICAL CORTICOSTEROIDS DELIVERY Woraphong Manuskiatti★, Arisa Kaewkes, Puntarika  Phankosol, Rungsiam Wanitphakdeedecha | Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
7:45 AM - 7:51 AM     66 COMPARING THE 585/1064nm MULTIPLEX LASER TO THE 585nm PULSED DYE LASER IN THE TREATMENT OF SURGICAL SCARS Adam Aldahan, Stephanie Mlacker, Vidhi Shah, John Tsatalis, Vincent Hsu, Tara Brah, Sahal Samarkandy, Mohammed Alsaidan, Amr Molla, Jen Ledon, Michael McLeod, Andrew Miner, Keyvan Nouri★ | University of Miami, Miami, FL
7:52 AM - 7:58 AM     67 SAFETY OF NON-ABLATIVE FRACTIONAL LASER RESURFACING FOR ACNE SCARS WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER TREATMENT WITH ORAL ISOTRETINOIN Sandeep Saluja★, Erika Summers, Payam Tristani-Firouzi, David Smart | University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
7:59 AM - 8:05 AM     68 AUTOLOGOUS CELL SUSPENSION GRAFTING FOR DEPIGMENTED SKIN: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL COMPARING FULL-SURFACE AND FRACTIONAL CO2 LASER RECIPIENT SITE PREPARATION Albert Wolkerstorfer★, Arne Meesters | Academic Medical Center Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
8:06 AM - 8:16 AM    LATE BREAKING
8:17 AM - 8:23 AM    Q&A

PIGMENT

8:24 AM - 8:30 AM     69  RESPONSE TO LASER TREATMENT OF CAFÉ-AU-LAIT MACULES BASED ON MORPHOLOGIC FEATURES Daniel Belkin★, Julia Pettersen Neckman, Hana Jeon, Paul Friedman, Roy Geronemus | Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York, New York, NY  
8:31 AM - 8:37 AM    70  CLINICAL EVALUATION OF A PICOSECOND LASER FOR THE TREATMENT OF SOLAR LENTIGINES Hana Jeon★, Daniel Belkin, Julia Pettersen Neckman, Bradley Bloom, Jeremy Brauer, Roy Geronemus | Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York, New York, NY
8:38 AM - 8:44 AM     71  COMPARISON STUDY OF A 755nm PICOSOND LASER VS A 755nm NANOSECOND LASER IN THE TREATMENT OF DERMAL MELANOSIS Taro Kono★, Henry H.L Chan, William Groff, Kotaro Imagawa, Tadashi Akamatsu | Tokai University Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China; Cosmetic Laser Dermatology, San Diego, CA
8:45 AM - 8:51 AM    72  SUCCESSFUL AND SAFE USE OF Q-SWITCHED LASERS IN THE TREATMENT OF NEVUS OF OTA IN CHILDREN WITH PHOTOTYPES IV-VI Daniel Belkin★, Hana Jeon, Elliot Weiss, Jeremy Brauer, Roy Geronemus | Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York, New York, NY 
8:52 AM - 8:58 AM    73  PROSPECTIVE, SPLIT-FACE, EVALUATOR-BLINDED STUDY OF PICOSECOND ALEXANDRITE 755nm LASER VERSUS Q-SWITCHED ALEXANDRITE 755nm LASER ON FRECKLES IN CHINESE Tong Lin★ | Institute of Dermatology, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Nanjing, Jiangsu China
8:59 AM - 9:05 AM    74 SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF THE 755nm PICOSECOND LASER WITH DIFFRACTIVE LENS FOR THE TREATMENT OF FACIAL MELASMA IN CHINESE Samantha Shek★, Chi Yeung, KY Kung, Martin MH Chung, Taro Kono, Henry H.L. Chan | The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China; Tokai University Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan
9:06 AM - 9:16 AM    LATE BREAKING 
9:17 AM - 9:25 AM    Q&A 

TATTOO

9:26 AM - 9:32 AM     75  CLEARANCE OF PROFESSIONAL MULTICOLOR TATTOOS WITH A NOVEL 785nm PICOSECOND-DOMAIN LASER Eric Bernstein★, Kevin Schomacker, Jayant Bhawalkar | Main Line Center for Laser Surgery Ardmore, PA; Syneron-Candela, Wayland, MA  
9:33 AM - 9:39 AM    76  Q-SWITCHED LASER TREATMENT OF TATTOOS USING A TRANSPARENT PERFLUORODECALIN-INFUSED PATCH: A PIVOTAL TRIAL Brian Biesman★ | Nashville Centre for Laser & Facial Surgery, Nashville, TN 

VASCULAR

9:40 AM - 9:46 AM    77  EVALUATION OF EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF 500-600nm INTENSE PULSED LIGHT IN TREATING FACIAL TELANGIECTASIA Huihui Gan, Baishuang Yue, Zhong Lu★ | Jinshan Hospital, Fudan University, Shanghai, Japan; Huashan Hospital, Fudan University, Shanghai, Japan  
9:47 AM - 9:53 AM     78  EVALUATION OF THE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF MICROFOCUSED ULTRASOUND WITH VISUALIZATION (MFU-V) FOR THE TREATMENT OF SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF ERYTHEMATOTELANGIECTATIC ROSACEA- FINAL DATA Mark Lupin★, Rosalyn George, Joel Schlessinger, David Amato, David McDaniel Cosmedica Laser Centre, Victoria, BC, Canada; Wilmington Dermatology Center, Wilmington, NC; Skin Specialist, Omaha, NE; All About Faces, Hummelstown, PA; Laser and Cosmetic Center, Virginia Beach, VA  
9:54 AM - 10:00 AM     79  NOVEL VERY SHORT PULSE INTENSE PULSED LIGHT DEVICE vs PULSED DYE LASER FOR TREATMENT OF FACIAL REDNESS E. Victor Ross★, James Jensen, Courtney Green Scripps Clinic, San Diego, CA
10:01 AM - 10:07 AM     80  PATIENT SATISFACTION FOR VASCULAR TREATMENT FOR ROSACEA Jill Waibel★, Ashley Rudnick, Adam Wulkan Miami Dermatology and Laser Institute, Miami, FL; University of Miami, Miami, FL 
10:08 AM - 10:14 AM     81  ONE-YEAR FOLLOW UP OF A TRASER CLINICAL TRIAL FOR THE TREATMENT OF NASAL TELANGIECTASIAS Elizabeth Geddes★, Karl Tillman, Christopher Zachary, Paul Friedman Dermatology & Laser Surgery Center, Houston, TX; 2Solta Medical, Bothell, WA; University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA
10:15 AM - 10:21 AM    LATE BREAKING 
10:22 AM - 10:30 AM    Q&A  

COMPARISON STUDY OF A 755nm PICOSOND LASER VS A 755nm NANOSECOND LASER IN THE TREATMENT OF DERMAL MELANOSIS Taro Kono★, Henry H.L Chan, William Groff, Kotaro Imagawa, Tadashi Akamatsu | Tokai University Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China; Cosmetic Laser Dermatology, San Diego, CA
COMPARISON STUDY OF A 755nm PICOSOND LASER VS A 755nm NANOSECOND LASER IN THE TREATMENT OF DERMAL MELANOSIS Taro Kono★, Henry H.L Chan, William Groff, Kotaro Imagawa, Tadashi Akamatsu | Tokai University Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China; Cosmetic Laser Dermatology, San Diego, CA
COMPARISON STUDY OF A 755nm PICOSOND LASER VS A 755nm NANOSECOND LASER IN THE TREATMENT OF DERMAL MELANOSIS Taro Kono★, Henry H.L Chan, William Groff, Kotaro Imagawa, Tadashi Akamatsu | Tokai University Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China; Cosmetic Laser Dermatology, San Diego, CA
COMPARISON STUDY OF A 755nm PICOSOND LASER VS A 755nm NANOSECOND LASER IN THE TREATMENT OF DERMAL MELANOSIS Taro Kono★, Henry H.L Chan, William Groff, Kotaro Imagawa, Tadashi Akamatsu | Tokai University Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China; Cosmetic Laser Dermatology, San Diego, CA
COMPARISON STUDY OF A 755nm PICOSOND LASER VS A 755nm NANOSECOND LASER IN THE TREATMENT OF DERMAL MELANOSIS Taro Kono★, Henry H.L Chan, William Groff, Kotaro Imagawa, Tadashi Akamatsu | Tokai University Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China; Cosmetic Laser Dermatology, San Diego, 
Schedule and rooms subject to change without notice
★ Presenter | ✈ ASLMS Travel Grant Recipient

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