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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Subureteric lipoinjection for vesicoureteral reflux in renal transplant candidates.
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Cell-assisted lipotransfer: Supportive use of human adipose-derived cells for soft tissue augmentation with lipoinjection.
Micro lipoinjection uses tiny bits of one's own fat, taken from one part of the body.
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.
The patient then underwent microscopic direct laryngoscopy with bilateral vocal fold lipoinjections, bilateral dexamethasone injections, and an excisional biopsy of the left vocal fold mass.
The patient underwent microlaryngoscopy with a superficial injection of autologous collagen on the left and lipoinjection on the right.
Lipoinjection in the paralyzed feline vocal fold: Study of graft survival.
Lipoinjections were later administered to achieve further medialization and to add bulk to the vocal fold.