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Hyperthermic injury to adipocyte cells by selective heating of subcutaneous fat with a novel radiofrequency device: Feasibility studies
The main objective of the present study is to demonstrate the feasibility of utilizing a novel non‐invasive radiofrequency (RF) device to induce lethal thermal damage to subcutaneous adipose tissueExpand
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Histology and microspectrophotometry of the photoreceptors of a crocodilian, Alligator mississippiensis
The photoreceptors in the retina of Alligator mississippiensis were examined by means of in situ, single cell microspectrophotometry and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The retina isExpand
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Minimally invasive approach to familial multiple lipomatosis.
Thirty-five abdominal wall lipomas were removed from a patient with familial multiple lipomatosis using a minimally invasive approach in a cost-effective, reliable, and cosmetically pleasing manner.Expand
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Minimally invasive approach to familial multiple lipomatosis.
Thirty-five abdominal wall lipomas were removed from a patient with familial multiple lipomatosis using a minimally invasive approach in a cost-effective, reliable, and cosmetically pleasing manner.Expand
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Scanning electron microscopy and microspectrophotometry of the photoreceptors of ictalurid catfishes
The retinal photoreceptors from larval channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) were studied using single cell, in situ microspectrophotometry. Rods appear at 5 days after hatch; cones are present fromExpand
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Histologic Characterization of Polymethylmethacrylate Dermal Filler Biostimulatory Properties in Human Skin.
BACKGROUND Little literature exits on the mechanism of action of implanted polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) filler. OBJECTIVE To characterize PMMA-induced dermal extracellular matrix production in theExpand
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Ideas and Innovations Minimally Invasive Approach to Familial Multiple Lipomatosis
Lipomas are the most common type of softtissue tumor, with an incidence of 2.1 per 1000 people.1 These tumors can develop anywhere in the body. However, the development of familial multipleExpand
A Multi-Site, Single-Blinded, Prospective Pilot Clinical Trial for Non-Invasive Fat Reduction of the Abdomen and Flanks Using a Monopolar 2 MHz Radiofrequency Device.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Demand for non-invasive body sculpting procedures has been steadily increasing, spurring the development of new energy-based technologies. This study assessed the safety andExpand