Comparison of adipocyte viability and fat graft survival in an animal model using a new tissue liquefaction liposuction device vs standard Coleman method for harvesting.

@article{Davis2013ComparisonOA,
  title={Comparison of adipocyte viability and fat graft survival in an animal model using a new tissue liquefaction liposuction device vs standard Coleman method for harvesting.},
  author={Kathryn Davis and Yvonne M. Rasko and Georgette Oni and Jessica D Bills and Palmyra J Geissler and Jeffrey M. Kenkel},
  journal={Aesthetic surgery journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 8},
  pages={1175-85}
}
BACKGROUND The use of autologous fat for augmentation has become common practice among plastic surgeons for both cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. Previously reported data suggest that the method of fat extraction can have profound effects on adipocyte viability and subsequent fat graft survival. OBJECTIVE The authors describe a pilot study comparing a new tissue liquefaction liposuction device (TLL; HydraSolve Lipoplasty System; Andrew Technologies, Irvine, California) with a standard… CONTINUE READING

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