Nonmalignant Photodamage

Joseph F. Coffey, BSc, MD; Gordon E. Searles, OD, MD, MSc, FRCPC


Geriatrics and Aging. 2006;9(7):494-498. 

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Therapy of Nonmalignant Photodamage

Multiple therapies are available to address the vast array of cutaneous complications associated with photoaging. Traditionally, photodamage has been treated with topical modalities using various creams, acids, and vitamins. New, innovative techniques include laser and phototherapy. Laser surgery has also been assessed for use in cutaneous disease.


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