2014, Number 3
Cir Plast 2014; 24 (3)
Non-invasive cell lipoextraction: correlation of clinical-histopathology of diode laser cold 630 nm and radio frequency 1 MHz, on adipocyte and its effect on body contouring
González ZG, Rangel E, Vázquez MME, Peña MES
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ABSTRACTAlternatives in the non-invasive procedures have a global trend to the rise, according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in the global study of procedures of cosmetic surgery, published and performed using surveys by surgeons. In 2011, the number of non-surgical cosmetic procedures performed by plastic surgeons surpassed the surgical procedures within the non-surgical alternatives the external call lipolysis is one of the procedures that has greater demand; several techniques as hidrolipoclasis, endermology, radio frequency, cavitation, ultracavitation and criolipolisis among others have been described, with little results supported with histopathological studies and with questionable clinical results. This study analyzed the effect of the histopathological cold laser of 630 nm and multipolar radio frequency of 1 MHz, on the adipocyte, corroborates and compared the results of the author, and another authors in addition to the clinical evidence of this procedure.