lipoinjection

lip·o·in·jec·tion

(lip'ō-in-jek'shun),
Augmentation of tissue with fat cells after atrophy, as in treating skin changes caused by trauma, disease, or aging, vocal fold paralysis, or scarring.

lip·o·in·jec·tion

(lip'ō-in-jek'shŭn)
Augmentation of tissue with fat cells after atrophy, as in vocal cord paralysis or scarring.
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She was diagnosed with PRS and underwent abdominal fat harvest and lipoinjection to the right face.
In a similar study [28], CAF has been successfully used for VF refilling; 14 patients with breathy dysphonia secondary to laryngeal hemiplegia and patients presenting anatomical defects (7 cases, resp.) underwent vocal fold lipoinjection with CAF only.
Subureteric lipoinjection for vesicoureteral reflux in renal transplant candidates.
Sataloff, "Lipoinjection for unilateral vocal cord paralysis," Laryngoscope, vol.
Suga et al., "Ectopic fibrogenesis induced by transplantation of adipose-derived progenitor cell suspension immediately after lipoinjection," Transplantation, vol.
[sup][7],[8] The following search terms were used to obtained all the related English-language literature: AFG, autogenous fat grafting, autologous fat transfer, autogenous fat transfer, autologous fat filler, autogenous fat filler, fat harvest, adipocyte harvest, lipoaspirate, lipotransfer, lipoinjection, lipoinfiltration, fat augmentation, adipose augmentation, adipocyte augmentation, and adipocyte graft.
--Micro lipoinjection uses tiny bits of one's own fat, taken from one part of the body.
Gonda et al., "Cell-assisted lipotransfer: supportive use of human adipose-derived cells for soft tissue augmentation with lipoinjection," Tissue Engineering, vol.
In 1991, Mikaelian et al were the first to describe autologous fat injection (lipoinjection).
In view of the muscle atrophy and the elevated risks of a foreign-body reaction and implant extrusion from previous radiation, type I thyroplasty was initially deferred in favor of lipoinjection. However, if further medialization is required in the future, the implanted fat will provide a thicker barrier against implant extrusion or mucosal erosion while providing more bulk to the vocal folds, and thyroplasty may be performed.
The authors prefer either medialization laryngoplasty or injection augmentation (e.g., lipoinjection).