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By Tahsin Murad Aktan, Selcuk Duman (auth.), Yves-Gerard Illouz, Aris Sterodimas (eds.)

Adipose tissue represents an ample and obtainable resource of grownup stem cells having the ability to differentiate alongside a number of lineage pathways, together with cardiac, neural, cartilage, muscle, and bone tissue. The healing power of using adipose stem cells in regenerative drugs has been more and more well-known, and lately concrete scientific advantages have amassed as those cells were explored for numerous functions. surely, adipose tissue engineering is now on the inflection aspect of a pointy upward slope on its developmental curve.

This readable, informative, and well-illustrated textbook tracks the growth that has been made during this interesting new zone of biomedicine. All features of the topic are thought of, with specific recognition to adipose phone biology, adipose tissue engineering recommendations, and the varied scientific functions of adipose stem cells. investment matters, commercial techniques, and regulatory demanding situations also are tested, and the ebook closes through discussing destiny instructions. the 2 editors have big adventure within the box and feature selected top specialists from diversified nations to jot down on each one subject. This booklet will excite the curiosity of all researchers, clinicians, and scholars wishing to achieve an in-depth knowing of adipose stem cells and their flourishing function in regenerative medicine.

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M. 1 Pinching of the panniculus can control the position and depth of the cannula in order to perform liposuction on the abdominal wall. (a) The cover of our book published in Brazil in 1986 with its illustration showing how to pinch the abdominal panniculus for liposuction. (b) Photo during operation showing the surgeon’s left hand pinching the panniculus and with his right hand holding the cannula. 2 Surgical Principles Didactically I will present in this chapter the basic principles of liposuction that have been already described by Illouz and several other authors in scientific journals and in books as well.

Hipócrates, Sao Paulo, pp 123–126 29. Van Tetering JPB, Thio EA (2001) Ultrasound-assisted lipoplasty: personal experience with the contour genesis system with 71 consecutive patients. Cir Plast Iberolatinamer 27:119 30. Vilain R (1986) Prevention and treatment of waves after suction lipectomy. Ann Plast Surg 17(3):194–205 31. Zocchi ML (1992) Ultrasonic liposclupturing. Aesthet Plast Surg 16:287 32. Zocchi ML (1995) Ultrasonic-assisted lipectomy. Plast Reconstr Surg 11:197–221 4 Clinical Applications of Liposuction Melvin A.

The hope and objective of this effort was to create both technology and associated techniques that consistently produced safer and more effective means of aesthetic body contouring when compared to liposuction. The benefits of tissue selectivity were expected to produce a method of lipoplasty that was more “fat specific” than the existing and wellknown suction cannula. This technology and technique were named UAL for Ultrasound-Assisted Lipoplasty. The first-generation UAL device was produced by the SMEI Company of Italy and utilized smooth, solid probes at a frequency of 20 kHz.

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