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Howard Krein , MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery at Jefferson University, discusses the history of botulinum toxin A, its clinical uses and how the current economy is affecting its popularity. Sponsored by The Doctor's Channel

The use of naturally-derived injectables Restylane, perlane and juvederm as "liquid facelifts"

Non-surgical facelifts using cosmetic subdermal fillers

Howard Krein, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at Jefferson College Medical School, discusses the most popular cosmetic fillers, restylane, perlane and juvederm, their uses and their effectiveness as "liquid facelifts." Derived from naturally-occurring hyaluronic acid,...
Mark B. Lewin, MD, Chief, Cardiology, Co-Director Heart Center, Seattle Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center, describes the evolution of telemedicine and its uses for consultations and sending diagnostic studies. References and Resources Math RS, Mishra S, Kumar KS, Bahl VK.: Clinical...