Autologous Fat Transplantation: A 3-Year Study

  title={Autologous Fat Transplantation: A 3-Year Study},
  author={Joseph Agris},
  journal={The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery},
  pages={102 - 95}
  • J. Agris
  • Published 1 June 1987
  • Medicine
  • The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery
JOSEPH AGRIS, M.D. A utologous fat transplants have been performed now for several years to correct peripheral and facial defects of varying size and degree." As a natural development following the progression of suctionassisted lipectomy, autologous fat transplantations were started. At first, they were used to correct saucerizations left by liposuction surgery as well as for posttraumatic defects. As the technique was improved and consistency in results obtained, autologous fat… 
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