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Portait PSR3 Technology Provides True Skin Regeneration Kronemyer B. European Aesthetic Buyers Guide; Spring 2006.

Plasma Energy Harnessed for Damaged, Aging Skin Skin & Allergy News Supplement; Spring 2006.

Plasma Skin Resurfacing for Rejuvenation of the Neck, Chest and Hands: Investigation of a Novel Device Alster T, Tanzi E. Presented at ASLMS Meeting, Boston, April 2006.

Effectiveness of Multiple Treatment, Low Fluence Technique with Plasma Skin Resurfacing for Facial Rejuvenation Bogle M, Arndt K, Dover J. Presented at ASLMS Meeting, Boston, April 2006.

Use of the PSR Technology at Low Fluence for Full Facial Rejuvenation Kim K, Bernstein L, Chapas A, Geronemus R. Presented at ASLMS Meeting, Boston, April 2006.

A Pilot Study Using Low Fluence Plasma Skin Regeneration (PSR) System Zelickson B, Coles C, Counters J. Presented at ASLMS Meeting, Boston, April 2006.

Portrait PSR: Creates Patient Demand and Treats Asian Skin Kronemyer B. Aesthetics Buyers Guide; Jan/Feb 2006.

Ablative vs. Non-Ablative Skin Rejuvenation: Is There a Middle Ground? Kilmer S, Weiss R, Geronemus R, Manstein D. Supplement to Skin & Aging; Jan 2006.

ASMLS-Laser Medicine Show Preview Aesthetic Buyers Guide; Mar/Apr 2006.

The Portrait PSR From Rhytec Aesthetic Buyers Guide; Sep/Oct 2005.

Plasma Technology Treats Rhytides Jesitus J. Dermatology Times; Jul 2005.

Clinical Roundtable: Researchers Unveil Portrait PSR Study Results, Kronemyer, B (featuring Drs. Richard Fitzpatrick, Eric Bernstein, Suzanne Kilmer, Ronald Moy). Aesthetic Buyers Guide; Mar/Apr 2005.

An Evaluation of Multiple Passes of Plasma Skin Regeneration (PSR) Energy on Human Skin Geronemus R, Kim K, Brown D, Bernstein E. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, Supplement 17; March 2005.

A Histopathologic Evaluation of the Effects of Hydration on the Absorption of Plasma Skin Regeneration (PSR) Energy in an Animal Model Penny K, Andrews P, Southgate A, Sibbons P. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, Supplement 17; March 2005.

Long Term Follow-Up on the Use of Plasma Skin Regeneration (PSR) in Full Facial Rejuvenation Procedures Kilmer S, Fitzpatrick R, Bernstein E, Brown D. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, Supplement 17; March 2005.

Repeated Non-Ablative Plasma Skin Resurfacing (PSR) For Full-Face Photorejuvenation: A Double-Center Open-Label Study Tremblay J, Fitzpatrick R, Lee S, Rokshar C, Moy R. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, Supplement 17; March 2005.

Facial Acne and Fine Lines: Transforming Patient Outcomes with Plasma Skin Resurfacing Potter M, Harrison R, Ramsden A, Andrews P, Gault D. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, Supplement 17; March 2005.

PSR Technology Creates Unique Surface Microenvironment for Skin Regeneration Kronemyer, B (featuring Richard Fitzpatrick, MD). Aesthetic Buyers Guide; Jan/Feb 2005.

Plasma Skin Regeneration Technology Provides Unique Treatment Spectrum Kronemyer, B (featuring Drs. Richard Fitzpatrick, Eric Bernstein, Suzanne Kilmer, Ronald Moy, Jean-Francois Tremblay, Roy Geronemus). Aesthetic Buyers Guide; Nov/Dec 2004.

A Pilot Study On The Use Of A Plasma Skin Regeneration Device (PSR) In Full Facial Rejuvenation Procedures Kilmer S, Semchyshyn N, Shah G, Fitzpatrick R, Lee S, Rokhsar C, Bernstein E. Presented at ASDS, San Diego, Sept 2004.

Full-Face Photorejuvenation Using Non-Ablative Plasma Skin Resurfacing (PSR) Tremblay J, So J, Moy R. Presented at ASDS, San Diego, Sept 2004.

Plasmakinetic Skin Rejuvenation on Peri-Oral Rhytides Fitzpatrick R, Geronemus R, Kim K, Brown D, Bernstein E. Presented at ASLMS, Dallas 2004.

Treatment of Periorbital Rhytides Using A Novel Plasma Skin Resurfacing System Tremblay J, Moy R. Presented at ASLMS, Dallas, 2004.

Treatment of Post-Auricular Skin Using A Novel Plasma Resurfacing System: An In-Vivo Clinical And Histologic Study Tremblay J, Moy R. Presented at ASLMS, Dallas, 2004.

Plasma Skin Resurfacing (PSR) - A Preliminary Report Of A New Technique For Skin Resurfacing Harrison R, Ramsden A, Penny K, Wilson H, Andrews P, Gault D. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, Supplement 15; 2003.

A Histopathologic Evaluation of the Gyrus Plasma Skin Resurfacing System (PSR) versus a Standard Carbon Dioxide Resurfacing Laser in Animal Model Fitzpatrick R, Bernstein E. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, Supplement 15; 2003.

A Randomised Control Trial Comparing Plasma Skin Resurfacing (PSR) with Carbon Dioxide Laser in the Treatment of Benign Skin Lesions Potter M, Harrison R, Ramsden A, Penny K, Andrews P, Gault D. Lasers in Medical Science, Volume 18, Supplement 1; 2003.

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