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Facial Re-Contouring Using Autologous Fat Transfer

@inproceedings{Hendy2013FacialRU,
  title={Facial Re-Contouring Using Autologous Fat Transfer},
  author={Amgad Hendy},
  year={2013}
}
Propose: This article introduces the concept of soft tissue augmentation of the face. With aging, diminished volume of the soft tissue of face leads to an excess skin envelope and the illusion of a more prominent nasolabial fold. The use of autologous fat grafts for facial soft tissue augmentation has solved this problem. Methods: Twenty patients were injected with autologous fat into their faces bilaterally for soft tissue augmentation. The fat tissue was harvested from the lower abdomen and… 
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