Researchers have uncovered the mechanism by which certain skin rejuvenation techniques work.
Researchers have discovered just how electrical stimulation helps to promote wound healing. Stimulating cells with electrical charges causes the cells to move toward the center of the wound, according to researchers of a new study. They discovered this with the help of a new tool that predicts how cells migrate within a wound, according to the study, which was published in the Journal of Theoretical Biology (June 15, 2019; 478:58-73).
A new study has helped to establish that NB-UVB microphototherapy is a safe and effective treatment for a number of skin conditions. That study, which was published in the Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences (April, 18, 2019; 49: 595-603) looked at a population of 173 patients with vitiligo, alopecia areata, lichen simplex chronicus, palmoplantar psoriasis, and psoriais vulgaris.
Researchers at Ohio State University have uncovered new clues about the effectiveness of electroceutical bandages.
Virtual reality could help reduce pain for patients undergoing minor medical procedures such as wart removal or wound cleaning.