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Cryolipolysis: a historical perspective and current clinical practice.

@article{Jalian2013CryolipolysisAH,
  title={Cryolipolysis: a historical perspective and current clinical practice.},
  author={Hrak Ray Jalian and Mathew M. Avram},
  journal={Seminars in cutaneous medicine and surgery},
  year={2013},
  volume={32 1},
  pages={
          31-4
        }
}
  • H. JalianM. Avram
  • Published 2013
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Seminars in cutaneous medicine and surgery
Dermatologists have long used cold-based therapeutic approaches for a variety of applications. Based on the differences in chemical composition, it is possible to selectively target certain tissues rich with lipid, while sparing the surrounding tissue predominantly containing water. With historical observations of cold-induced panniculitis suggesting the feasibility of this strategy, cryolipolysis has emerged as a new methodology using controlled cooling to selectively target fat. Both… 

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