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, Volume 34, Issue 5, pp 30–35 | Cite as

Update 2018

Laser in der Dermatologie — im Licht neuer Studien

  • Peter Arne Gerber
  • Alina Goy
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Die Lasermedizin gehört zu den Kernkompetenzen der Dermatologie. Aktuelle Entwicklungen unterstreichen diese Bedeutung und zeigen auf, dass der Laser in absehbarer Zeit für eine Vielzahl weiterer Indikationen eingesetzt werden könnte. Im Licht aktueller Studien sollen hier einige dieser neuen Konzepte vorgestellt werden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Abteilung für Lasermedizin, Ästhetische Dermatologie und Medizinische Kosmetik, Klinik für DermatologieUniversitätsklinikum DüsseldorfDüsseldorfDeutschland

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