Kenneth A. Arndt

Guest Editor for the following articles:

Vol. 26. No. 4

Congenital Melanocytic Nevi: Treatment Modalities and Management Options

A.A. Marghoob, MD | Allan C. Halpern, MD | John Paul Borrego, MD

Congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN) may be cosmetically disfiguring, can give rise to melanoma, can suggest the
presence of neurocutaneous melanocytosis (NCM), and may occasionally be associated with other medical problems such
as the tethered cord syndrome.

Vol. 21. No. 2

Wound Closure Materials in the New Millennium

Gregg M Menaker, MD

MODERN DERMATOLOGIC SURGEONS often take wound closure materials for granted. On the eve of a new millennium, today’s surgeons can specifically tailor their choice of a wound closure material to the clinical situation at hand.

Vol. 36. No. 4

Laser advances in the treatment of burn and traumatic scars

Jeffrey S Dover, MD | Kenneth A Arndt, MD | Shilpi Khetarpal, MD | Urvashi Kaw, MD
The realm of scar management is constantly changing. Many factors need to be considered when developing a comprehensive treatment plan, including the nature of the scar and the patient. Scar characteristics can be divided by color, scar type and thickness, and body location.