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Clinical Application

Serum lipid changes following laser lipolysis

Laser lipolysis allows the removal of small volumes of fat with concurrent sub-dermal tissue contraction. However, the physiologic consequences of this procedure are not well documented. The possible effects on serum lipids are not well established. Objective: This study was undertaken to determine what changes, if any, occurred in serum lipid profiles at different intervals (1 day, 7 days, 2 weeks and 1 month) after the procedure. Methods: Four consecutive patients were included in the study.

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Laser Lipolysis With a 980 nm Diode Laser

Laser lipolysis is recognized as an effective, non-surgical solution for fat removal and body reshaping. Its appeal lay in the procedure’s ability to treat localized fat deposits and correct body asymmetries with apparent decreased risk compared to traditional liposuction. The energy emitted by the laser uses volumetric heating to destroy fat cells, contract skin and stimulate collagenesis. Although devices of five different wavelengths are FDA approved for lipolysis, it has been found that th

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Laser lipolysis versus traditional liposuction for fat removal

The principle of liposuction is to remove fat through very small skin incisions, using atraumatic and blunt-tipped cannulas. These cannulas are attached to a closed, negative-pressure system, allowing for the safe and sterile aspiration of excess fat cells. Since these fat cells are unlikely to remultiply, there will be no recurrence of the overcrowding of adipocytes. While sounding simple, this technique, when used inappropriately, may lead to serious complications that range from simple est

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Lipolysis Using a 980-nm Diode Laser: A Retrospective Analysis of 534 Procedures

Background The safety and efficacy of the 980-nm diodelaser for laser lipolysis were evaluated in different body areas. Methods From June 2005 to June 2007, 334 subjects underwent laser lipolysis. The treatment was performed using a 980-nm diode laser (OSYRIS, Hellemmes, France). After tumescent anesthesia, a 1-mm-diameter microcannula housing a 600-lm optical fiber was inserted into the subcutaneous fat.

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