lipofilling


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lip•o•fill•ing

(ˈlɪp əˌfɪl ɪŋ, ˈlaɪ pə-)
n.
the surgical transfer of fat removed by liposuction to areas of the body that need filling out.
[1985–90]
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For females, it's very common after weight loss to go for the Brazilian buttock lipofilling, which is possible as we remove the fats from areas such as abdomen, back, arms or thighs and we can then inject this fat into the buttock.
Another novel technique in breast cancer surgery is the lipofilling technique which includes performing liposuction from areas of excess fat , then injecting this fat to correct any defect present from a previous breast cancer surgery.
Hereby, we would like to present extracorporeal liposuction as an alternative method for lipofilling procedure that can also be applied to the face.
The Renevia data will be presented by primary investigator Ramon Llull, MD, PhD, director of Stem Europe Mallorca Center, Mallorca, Spain, at the "Contributed Talks Lipofilling, PRP, Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cells."
The Renevia data will be presented by primary investigator Ramon Llull, MD, PhD, Director of Stem Europe Mallorca Center, Mallorca, Spain, at the "Contributed Talks - Lipofilling, PRP, Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cells." Renevia successfully met the primary endpoint in a European pivotal study for the treatment of HIV-Associated Facial Lipoatrophy.
Giammona et al., "Combined platelet-rich plasma and lipofilling treatment provides great improvement in facial skin-induced lesion regeneration for scleroderma patients," Stem Cell Research & Therapy, vol.
Safety of lipofilling in patients with breast cancer.
Human lipoaspirate was harvested during a lipofilling procedure after breast tumour removal.
An increasing number of authors proposed that lipofilling could improve the outcomes of total or partial reconstruction in breast cancer patients [56-58].