One of the main reasons why the breast fat grafting was questioned is that there may be lipofilling resorption. In the literature, the resorption rate reported over the 1(st) year is highly variable (20-90%).

Gentile, P., Sarlo, F., De Angelis, B., De Lorenzo, A., Cervelli, V. (2016). Obesity phenotypes and resorption percentage after breast autologous fat grafting: Rule of low-grade inflammation. ADVANCED BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH, 5(1), 134 [10.4103/2277-9175.187396].

Obesity phenotypes and resorption percentage after breast autologous fat grafting: Rule of low-grade inflammation

Gentile, Pietro;Sarlo, Francesca;De Angelis, Barbara;De Lorenzo, Antonino;Cervelli, Valerio
2016-01-01

Abstract

One of the main reasons why the breast fat grafting was questioned is that there may be lipofilling resorption. In the literature, the resorption rate reported over the 1(st) year is highly variable (20-90%).
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Rilevanza internazionale
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Esperti anonimi
Settore MED/49
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Breast fat graft; fat graft; low-grade inflammation; neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio; platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio
Gentile, P., Sarlo, F., De Angelis, B., De Lorenzo, A., Cervelli, V. (2016). Obesity phenotypes and resorption percentage after breast autologous fat grafting: Rule of low-grade inflammation. ADVANCED BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH, 5(1), 134 [10.4103/2277-9175.187396].
Gentile, P; Sarlo, F; De Angelis, B; De Lorenzo, A; Cervelli, V
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