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1. Designing Randomized Clinical Trials in Dermatologic Surgery
2. Outcomes Assessment in Dermatologic Surgery
3. Level of Evidence and Strength of Recommendation
4. Mohs Surgery
5. Advancement Flaps
6. Transposition Flaps
7. Rotation Flap
8. Pedicle Flaps
9. Forehead Flaps
10. Cartilage Transfers
11. Skin Grafts
12. Linear Repairs
13. Sutures, Adhesives, Staples, and Other Closure Technologies
14. Non-invasive Fat Reduction
15. Noninvasive Skin Tightening
16. Vascular Laser and Light Treatments
17. Pigment Lasers and Light Treatments
18. Nonablative Fractional Energy Treatments
19. Medium to Deep Chemical Peels
20. Superficial Chemical Peels and Microdermabrasion
21. Dermabrasion
22. Subcision (Including Energy and Device-Mediated)
23. Liposuction
24. Hair Transplant
25. Small Caliber Vessel Sclerotherapy
26. Endovenous Laser and Radiofrequency Treatments
27. Blepharoplasty
28. Rhytidectomy
29. Genital Rejuvenation
30. Cosmeceuticals
31. Repairs of the Ear
32. Repairs of the Nose
33. Topical Anesthesia
34. Local and Regional Infiltrated Anesthesia (Excluding Topical Anesthesia)
35. Nail Procedures
36. Superficial/Soft Radiation Therapy for Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer
37. Fat Transplantation
38. Soft Tissue Augmentation (Temporary Injectable Fillers) of the Upper Face (Cheeks, Brow, Forehead, Ear)
39. Soft Tissue Augmentation (Temporary Injectable Fillers) of the Lower Face and Neck (Lips, Perioral, Nose, Neck)
40. Soft Tissue Augmentation (Temporary Injectable Fillers) on the Trunk and Extremities (Hands, Feet, Trunk)
41. Treatment of Precancers with Topical Agents
42. Basal Cell Carcinoma
43. Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma
44. Melanoma in Situ
45. Merkel Cell Carcinoma
46. Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans
47. Surgical Scars
48. Post-acne Scarring
49. Traumatic and Burn Scars
50. Excess Subcutaneous Fat
51. Skin Laxity
52. Lentigines and Dyschromia
53. Melasma
54. Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation
55. Vitiligo
56. Morphea and Scleroderma
57. Port-Wine Birthmark and Hemangioma
58. Rosacea
59. Androgenetic Alopecia
60. Cutaneous Carcinogenesis in Organ Transplant Recipients
61. Leg Veins
62. Invasive Melanoma
63. Prevention and Treatment of Procedure-Associated Infection
64. Prevention and Treatment of Bleeding Complications in Dermatologic Surgery
65. Prevention and Treatment of Perioperative Pain and Anxiety
66. Prevention of Undesirable Outcomes
67. Prevention and Management of Patient Dissatisfaction After Primary Cosmetic Procedures

This book compiles the best evidence in procedural dermatology, including skin cancer surgery, laser techniques, minimally invasive cosmetic surgery, and emerging techniques. Building on the highly successful first edition, this volume provides much expanded coverage of a range of topics. The best information is provided to reveal the most appropriate interventions for particular indications, optimal treatment techniques, and strategies for avoiding adverse events.
Evidence-Based Procedural Dermatology, 2nd edition, includes two types of chapters: procedures and indications. Each chapter is designed to be clear and concise, with tables and flowcharts to showcase main findings. Each cited study is tagged with a level of evidence, and every recommendation includes a strength of evidence score.
More than double the length of the first edition, this newest edition includes added procedures and interventions like: new lasers and energy devices for skin resurfacing and pigmentation; non-invasive fat reduction and skin tightening using cryolipolysis, radiofrequency, ultrasound, and chemical adipocytolysis; specific post-skin cancer excision reconstruction techniques; and novel approaches for melanoma.

• Includes two primary types of chapters: procedures and indcations
• Each chapter designed to be clear and concise, with evidence tables and flowcharts included to showcase best practice
• Includes hundreds of color photographs and charts
• Discusses changes since the publication of the 1st edition, including new lasers and energy devices for skin resurfacing, the advent of cryolipolysis, radiofrequency, ultrasound and chemical adipocytolysis for non-invasive fat reduction and body contouring, novel drugs for treatment of actinic keratoses, and improved staining for Mohs for melanoma

Murad Alam, MD. Chief, Section of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery. Professor, Departments of Dermatology, Otolaryngology, and Surgery. Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University. Chicago, IL USA