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Tim Hoar

An Update on Complications from Fillers

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Filler injections are one of the most popular cosmetic procedures performed worldwide in part due to their ease of use, as well as efficacy and safety.

Use of Biologics to Treat Psoriasis in HIV

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Standard treatments for moderate-to-severe, refractory psoriatic disease generally involve immunosuppressant medications, which can complicate treatment in patients with concomitant immune suppression, including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.

Adopting an Orphan Disease: Managing Sarcoidosis in the Era of Biologic Medications

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Sarcoidosis is a granulomatous immune-mediated inflammatory disorder. It remains a challenging disease to diagnose and treat because it has multiple cutaneous presentations, it can affect any organ system, and it is a diagnosis that can only be made when other granulomatous conditions, including infections, have been ruled out.

Treatment Options for Granuloma Annulare

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The few paragraphs devoted to granuloma annulare (GA) in classic dermatology textbooks do not provide justice to the volume of patients seen with this condition in clinical practice.