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Fernando Alfageme
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Fernando Alfageme replied to Ximena Wortsman's discussion How Long Does Hyaluronic Acid Really Last? in the group Dermatology
"Hello Fernanda! How good to see you here in  the group! We had a case of capsulation of highly reticulated HA with extensive  migration . The trademark was Voluma.As Fernanda, Marcio  and Ximena say there are three kind of…"
Dec 3, 2015
Ximena Wortsman replied to Fernando Alfageme's discussion ELASTOGRAPHY IN DERMATOLOGY: TIME TO WAKE UP THE 7 HEAD (PROBE) MONSTER? in the group Dermatology
"For me the question would be if elastography by itself can add information that you can not deduct from the clinical examination, grey scale or color/power Doppler ultrasound. So far, in my particular experience with dermatologic lesions,…"
Nov 11, 2015
Fernando Alfageme added a discussion to the group Dermatology


Hello dear colleagues.I would like to start a discussion on elastography in dermatology, with a series of questions  that I wonder in my daily practice.  Luckily some of the global experts (no to say all of them ;))  are here andGoing for the challenge? Let´s go...Elastography in dermatology ? What about benign tumors? For example in tumoral diseases benign it is really useful to detect lipomas,  in hard to see ones.…See More
Oct 25, 2015
Fernando Alfageme commented on AIUM's group Dermatology
"Treating HS patients without US control is like treating them blindly, If it works , ok but if it doesn´t WHY? bad luck?: that´s the key role of ultrasound in HS, understanding the whys of treatment  success and failure  far…"
Oct 9, 2015
Fernando Alfageme replied to Orlando Catalano's discussion Is it common to see so many hairs into an intergluteal pilonidal cyst? in the group Dermatology
"In my opinion no, they are fibrinous tracts and layers of queratine that is the substance naturally produced by cysts."
Oct 6, 2015

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