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Effectiveness and Safety of Large Gel Particle Hyaluronic Acid With Lidocaine for Correction of Midface Volume Deficit or Contour Deficiency: ERRATUM

doi: 10.1097/DSS.0000000000000891
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In the June 2016 issue of Dermatologic Surgery in the article by Weiss et al, “Effectiveness and Safety of Large Gel Particle Hyaluronic Acid With Lidocaine for Correction of Midface Volume Deficit or Contour Deficiency,” an oversight occurred in which the study investigators were not acknowledged in the publication. Therefore, the authors would like to acknowledge the contributions of all the principal investigators in the online version of the publication:

Study investigators included:

David Bank, MD (Mount Kisco, New York)

Fredric Brandt, MD (Miami, Florida)

Jeffrey Dover, MD (Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts)

Julius Few, MD (Chicago, Illinois)

Roy Geronemus, MD (New York, New York)

Richard Glogau, MD (San Francisco, California)

Mark Jewell, MD (Eugene, Oregon)

John Joseph, MD (Beverly Hills, California)

Amir Moradi, MD (Vista, California)

Mark Nestor, MD (Aventura, Florida)

Mark Rubin, MD (Beverly Hills, California)

Robert Weiss, MD (Hunt Valley, Maryland)

Independent photographic reviewer:

Michael Kane, MD (New York, New York)

Also, Xiaoming Lin’s disclosure statement failed to state that she is a Galderma employee.

Reference

Weiss RA, Moradi A, Bank D, Few J, Joseph J, Dover J, Lin X, Nogueira A, Mashburn J. Effectiveness and safety of large gel particle hyaluronic acid with lidocaine for correction of midface volume deficit or contour deficiency. Dermatol Surg 2016;42:699–709.
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