fat graft

fat graft

a free graft of fat.
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A recent review discussed the addition of platelet-rich plasma-enriched autologous fat graft in regenerative and aesthetic facial surgery.
Many studies have been done regarding the reduction of fat graft loss; however, the clinical implications of these studies are not at the expected level.
On top of the on lay graft, an abdominal fat graft was used as a bolster and a biological dressing.
"She is going to have what they call a dermis fat graft, where they will remove fat from her stomach and build the socket from that.
However, because the fat graft tissue contains no vessels and is fed through revascularization, improvements in the post-operative period and the connected closing of the perforation depends on local factors in the area where the procedure is undertaken [7].
One limitation of the current and previous studies is the lack of quantified measurement of fat graft survivability.
A 10 [cm.sup.3] syringe holding the fat graft (the aspect of it was identical in every patient, so the surgeon could not identify the surgical group of the patient) was brought to the operation room.
Dermis fat graft has been proved to be an effective method for orbital reconstruction after enucleation and evisceration, as either primary or secondary procedure [1-3].
Free dermal fat graft after breast conservational surgery.
However, unlike conventional fat grafting, which demonstrates relatively poor long-term viability, (4) cell-assisted lipotransfer enhances fat graft survival rate via autologous adipose-derived stem cells (ADSC).