Cellulite: nature and aetiopathogenesis

@article{Terranova2006CelluliteNA,
  title={Cellulite: nature and aetiopathogenesis},
  author={F. Terranova and E. Berardesca and H. Maibach},
  journal={International Journal of Cosmetic Science},
  year={2006},
  volume={28}
}
Only a limited number of studies on cellulite have been published in the international literature and many of them reach somewhat antithetical conclusions. Consequently, it is not yet possible to reconcile the extreme differences of opinion which have lingered on for years concerning the nature of this disorder, as well as its origin and even the most basic aspects of its histopathological classification. It does not even have a recognized name: in fact, the term ‘cellulitis’ is used in… Expand
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