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The publication covers all points of autologous fats move together with the background of fats move, the background of autologous fats survival, numerous aesthetic and plastic techniques of the face and physique, noncosmetic purposes of fats move, preoperative care, problems, and medical-legal facets. The members are overseas specialists within the box of autologous fats move. The desk of Contents exhibits the range of subjects.

The e-book is meant for citizens and fellows, training and hugely skilled beauty surgeons, and surgeons within the fields of cosmetic surgery, basic surgical procedure, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, oral-maxillofacial surgical procedure, neurosurgery, orthopedic surgical procedure, and different surgical subspecialties.

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Autologous Fat Transfer: Art, Science, and Clinical Practice

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3 Principles of Autologous Fat Transplantation At present, our use of injectable fat is uncommon. When patients request for it, we explain the fact that the previous experiences have not been very positive, but we do offer it as an option. Occasionally, patients request it but once again, I have not seen any convincing evidence that there is any permanent augmentation. Obviously, I am perplexed by the reports and the literature by reputable surgeons who claim they see permanent results. 6 Insulin Some physicians have added insulin to the fat in preparation for transplantation (12, 31, 32).

Small volume fat transfer. Dermatol Surg 1998;24(8):857–865. Newman J, Levin J. Facial lipo-transplant surgery. Am J Cosmet Surg 1987;4(2):131–140. Agris J. Autologous fat transplantation: A 3-year study. Am J Cosmet Surg 1987;4(2):95–102. Niechajev I. Autologous transplantation of fat (lipo-filling) for the improvement of the cheek contour, long-term results. In: Hinderer VT (ed), Plastic Surgery, Vol. II. Amsterdam, Excerpta Medica, 1992, pp. 747–748. Asaadi M, Haramis HT. Successful autologous fat injection at 5-year follow-up.

Scarpa’s fascia in the membranous layer of the subcutaneous tissue of the abdomen between these fascial layers in the abdomen with impunity. 5). 10 Thighs and Buttocks The muscle mass of the hamstrings largely determines the contour of the upper posterior thigh. Laterally the zones of adherence represent an area that should not be violated with a liposuction cannula. 7). Note that anteriorly, the quad underlies the bulk of the upper anterior thigh. 11 Lower Leg In the area of the hips and flanks the subcutaneous fat is divided into two well-defined layers: the superficial and the deep.

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