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Increased fibroblast proliferation and activity after applying intense pulsed light 800-1200 nm.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Light devices emitting near infrared have been shown to be highly effective for the skin rejuvenation but biochemical and molecular mechanism or optimum dose treatment areExpand
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Intense pulsed light induces synthesis of dermal extracellular proteins in vitro
Intense pulsed light (IPL) devices have been shown to be highly effective for the skin rejuvenation. In our study, we try to elucidate effects of IPL in fibroblast proliferation, in gene expression,Expand
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Are combined same-day treatments the future for photorejuvenation?
Abstract Background: Skin rejuvenation requires a treatment combination including lasers, intense pulsed light (IPL), radiofrequency, botulinum toxin (BT) and fillers. A combined approach isExpand
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La utilización de cadáveres y órganos en la investigación y docencia médica. Lecciones de la historia
Desde los inicios de la Medicina se han utilizado los cuerpos de los fallecidos con fines docentes. El cuerpo humano es un material necesario para los futuros medicos, no solo en los aspectosExpand
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Suicide in Inmates in Nazis and Soviet Concentration Camps: Historical Overview and Critique
Living conditions in concentration camps were harsh and often inhumane, leading many prisoners to commit suicide. We have reviewed this topic in Nazi concentration camps (KL), Soviet special camps,Expand
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Study of deaths by suicide of homosexual prisoners in Nazi Sachsenhausen concentration camp
Living conditions in Nazi concentration camps were harsh and inhumane, leading many prisoners to commit suicide. Sachsenhausen (Oranienburg, Germany) was a concentration camp that operated from 1936Expand
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[The use of corpses and organs in research and medical education. Lessons from history].
Desde los inicios de la Medicina se han utilizado los cuerpos de los fallecidos con fines docentes. El cuerpo humano es un material necesario para los futuros medicos, no solo en los aspectosExpand
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Study of Deaths by Suicide in the Soviet Special Camp Number 7 (Sachsenhausen), 1945–1950
After World War II, Sachsenhausen Nazi concentration camp (Oranienburg) was administered until the spring of 1950 by Soviet occupation forces (Special Camp Number 7) and used mainly for politicalExpand
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ILDS Newsletter No. 33
Syphilis and human experimentation from the first appearance of the disease to World War II: a historical perspective and reflections on ethics.
Physicians have conducted research on syphilis for centuries, seeking to understand its etiology and the means of transmission as well as find ways to prevent and cure the disease. Their researchExpand