A previously healthy 60-year-old woman developed headache, cervical pain, bilateral mydriasis (right greater than left), and bilateral conjunctival injection as the sole manifestations of acute giant-cell arteritis.
BACKGROUND The advent of new neuromodulators and soft-tissue fillers continues to expand the nonsurgical repertoire of the core cosmetic physician. METHODS The authors review relevant facial anatomy as it relates to facial aging and the resultant structural changes that occur. These changes are important for the cosmetic physician to identify and… (More)
OBJECTIVE To quantitatively evaluate a dual-modality treatment that combines autologous structural fat grafting and carbon dioxide (CO(2)) laser resurfacing for perioral and lower face rejuvenation. METHOD Retrospective review of patients undergoing rejuvenation by a single surgeon between 2005 and 2009. A blinded expert rated photographs on three scales,… (More)
A 67-year-old woman had acutely diminished vision and painful proptosis of the left eye amidst a background of chronic headache, scalp tenderness, proximal myalgias, intermittent fever, anemia, and elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rates. All symptoms and signs were exquisitely corticosteroid-responsive. She underwent two negative temporal artery biopsies… (More)