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Perspectives in the selection of hyaluronic acid fillers for facial wrinkles and aging skin
Hannah E John, Richard D Price
Patient Preference and Adherence , 2009, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/PPA.S3183
Abstract: spectives in the selection of hyaluronic acid fillers for facial wrinkles and aging skin Review (5084) Total Article Views Authors: Hannah E John, Richard D Price Published Date July 2009 Volume 2009:3 Pages 225 - 230 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/PPA.S3183 Hannah E John, Richard D Price Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Cambridge, UK Abstract: Aesthetic surgery is, in the USA at least, no longer a taboo subject. Outside North America, public acceptance continues to grow as more procedures are performed each year. While there appears, anecdotally, to be a decrease in patients undergoing cosmetic treatments because of the global financial crisis, the overall trend remains upward. Although popular television programs espouse the benefits of surgery, it is nonsurgical procedures that account, numerically, for the majority of procedures performed; in the USA, there was a 48% growth from 2000 to 2008 in nonsurgical treatments undertaken by women, and 64% in men and while the average surgeon might perform 60 blepharoplasty operations in 2007, (s)he would also undertake 375 botulinum injections, and almost 200 filler injections of varying sorts. Clearly there is enthusiasm for nonsurgical treatments, and this trend appears to be rising. With this in mind, we present an overview of the commonest filler injection material, hyaluronic acid. We present the mechanism of action, the purported risks and benefits, and briefly discuss technique.
Perspectives in the selection of hyaluronic acid fillers for facial wrinkles and aging skin
Hannah E John, Richard D Price
Patient Preference and Adherence , 2009,
Abstract: Hannah E John, Richard D PriceDepartment of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Cambridge, UKAbstract: Aesthetic surgery is, in the USA at least, no longer a taboo subject. Outside North America, public acceptance continues to grow as more procedures are performed each year. While there appears, anecdotally, to be a decrease in patients undergoing cosmetic treatments because of the global financial crisis, the overall trend remains upward. Although popular television programs espouse the benefits of surgery, it is nonsurgical procedures that account, numerically, for the majority of procedures performed; in the USA, there was a 48% growth from 2000 to 2008 in nonsurgical treatments undertaken by women, and 64% in men and while the average surgeon might perform 60 blepharoplasty operations in 2007, (s)he would also undertake 375 botulinum injections, and almost 200 filler injections of varying sorts. Clearly there is enthusiasm for nonsurgical treatments, and this trend appears to be rising. With this in mind, we present an overview of the commonest filler injection material, hyaluronic acid. We present the mechanism of action, the purported risks and benefits, and briefly discuss technique.Keywords: hyaluronic acid, filler injection, nonsurgical procedures, technique
Embedding initial data for black hole collisions
Joseph D. Romano,Richard H. Price
Physics , 1994, DOI: 10.1088/0264-9381/12/3/023
Abstract: We discuss isometric embedding diagrams for the visualization of initial data for the problem of the head-on collision of two black holes. The problem of constructing the embedding diagrams is explicitly presented for the best studied initial data, the Misner geometry. We present a partial solution of the embedding diagrams and discuss issues related to completing the solution.
In an expanding universe, what doesn't expand?
Richard H. Price,Joseph D. Romano
Physics , 2005,
Abstract: The expansion of the universe is often viewed as a uniform stretching of space that would affect compact objects, atoms and stars, as well as the separation of galaxies. One usually hears that bound systems do not take part in the general expansion, but a much more subtle question is whether bound systems expand partially. In this paper, a very definitive answer is given for a very simple system: a classical "atom" bound by electrical attraction. With a mathemical description appropriate for undergraduate physics majors, we show that this bound system either completely follows the cosmological expansion, or -- after initial transients -- completely ignores it. This "all or nothing" behavior can be understood with techniques of junior-level mechanics. Lastly, the simple description is shown to be a justifiable approximation of the relativistically correct formulation of the problem.
Bookshelf 2007
Richard Price,Sally Price
New West Indian Guide , 2008,
Abstract: A selection of books reviewed by Richard and Sally Price.
Migan
Richard Price,Sally Price
New West Indian Guide , 1994,
Abstract: [First paragraph] Our friend Charlemagne (a.k.a. émilien), who lives down the road and considers himself a breadfruit connoisseur, says that there's only one other tree in southern Martinique whose fruit compares with ours. From our back porch, during the tree's several flowerings each year, we can reach out and piek low-growing fruit by hand, or with a knife-and-pole contraption cut down a milk-flecked orb from higher up in the broad green leaves. This particular tree may even be descended from the oldest breadfruit in the Caribbean, for Martinique was already blessed with trees, transported from "L' le-de-France" (Mauritius), by the time Captain Bligh made his 1791-93 voyage from Polynesia, "bringing breadfruit from what was seen to be a Tree of Life in the islands of Paradise ... the very symbol of a free and unencumbered life ... to feed slaves, the living dead of the Caribbean" (Dening 1992:4, 11).
Bookshelf 2009
Richard Price,Sally Price
New West Indian Guide , 2010,
Abstract: A selection of books reviewed by Richard and Sally Price
Bookshelf 2004
Richard Price,Sally Price
New West Indian Guide , 2008,
Abstract: A selection of books reviewed by Richard and Sally Price.
Bookshelf 1999
Richard Price,Sally Price
New West Indian Guide , 2000,
Abstract: [First paragraph in part] It is our pleasure to announce that in this millennial issue, the annual Caribbeanist Hall of Shame has shrunken dramatically and includes but eleven scholars and fourteen books. As always, we list those works that, as of press time (January 2000), have not been discussed because the scholars who agreed to review them have - despite reminder letters - neither provided a text nor relinquished the books so that they could be assigned to someone else. (As has become our custom, we indicate slack reviewers' names with both initial and final letters, in an attempt to forestall false accusations and protect the reputations of the innocent.) And as in past years, we hope this may serve as a kind of backlist "books received":
Bookshelf 2003
Richard Price,Sally Price
New West Indian Guide , 2004,
Abstract: A selection of books reviewed by Richard and Sally Price.
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