The gains made by athletes in uncontrolled observations have been much more impressive. Weight gains of thirty or forty pounds, coupled with thirty percent increases in strength, are not unusual. Such case studies lack credibility because of the absence of scientific controls. However, it would be foolish to completely disregard such observations because the "subjects" have been highly trained and motivated see the articles on pharmacology of sport and sports medicine in the countries of the former Soviet Union for more information on anabolic steroids.
Jeffrey M Kenkel, MD, FACS Professor and Vice-Chair, Residency Program Director, Co-Director of Aesthetic Fellowship, Director, The Clinical Center for Cosmetic Laser Treatment, The Rod J Rohrich, MD, Distinguished Professorship in Wound Healing and Plastic Surgery, Department of Plastic Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Southwestern Medical School
Jeffrey M Kenkel, MD, FACS is a member of the following medical societies: American College of Surgeons , American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery , American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery , American Society of Plastic Surgeons , Texas Medical Association , Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons , American Council of Academic Plastic Surgeons , Dallas County Medical Society, Dallas Society of Plastic Surgeons, International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
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