The approach to the clinically uninvolved regional Lymph nodes for melanoma patients has been the ongoing controversary in the field of dermatology. Cryosurgery has been used as a treatment for a variety of cutaneous lesions. Different techniques are available in cryosurgery, but the clinician must be very careful in assessment of each patient with the appropriate use of cryotherapy. Lots of effects and complications are involved in handling cryosurgery so proper management should be instituted by the clinicians. Tattoos are considered as single dose exposure and controlling the safety of tattoo inks by banning potential chemicals is unsuccessful due to lack of documentation of clinical and epidemiological relevance. Tattoo complications are very complicated with many entities and disease mechanisms and thus they are a new sub speciality in medicine and dermatology.
- Track 1-1 Stress related problems
- Track 2-2 Facial Skin flaws
- Track 3-3 A breakout that acne treatments canâ€™t fix
- Track 4-4 Clinical issues