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Physician-authored summaries on the latest research on lipolysis, editorials on lipolysis, and perspectives on lipolysis - drawn from the top medical journals.
- The FDA did not approve use of these agents for fat reduction.
- Salti G et al., Dermatol Surg 2008 Jan; 34:60.
- Traditionally, lipomas have been surgically removed or debulked by liposuction. Until now, no noninvasive treatment option has existed. In this case series, six patients with . . .
- Rotunda AM et al., J Am Acad Dermatol 2005 Dec; 53:973-8.
Patients may ask about a small study from the journal Obesity showing that fat lost during liposuction returns within a year, but to different places...
- May 2, 2011
- Physician's First Watch
- These agents were equally safe and effective components of tumescent anesthesia during liposuction.
- Augustin M et al., Dermatology 2010 Oct; 221:248.
- Given the risks and benefits of cosmetic surgery, delaying breast augmentation and liposuction until after adolescence is sensible.
- Zuckerman D and Abraham A., J Adolesc Health 2008 Oct; 43:318.
- Patients who travel outside the U.S. for liposuction might be at risk for unusual wound infections.
- Furuya EY et al., Clin Infect Dis 2008 Apr 15; 46:1181.
- A new topical antiandrogen showed promise in a small, limited trial.
- Trifu V et al., Br J Dermatol 2011 Mar 24;:
- In a prospective longitudinal study, vitamin D deficiency was associated with measures of increased adiposity over time.
- Gilbert-Diamond D et al., Am J Clin Nutr 2010 Dec; 92:1446.
- Facial injections of vitamins are not worth a shot (or 200).
- Amin SP et al., Dermatol Surg 2006 Dec; 32:1467-72.
Four studies from the 2nd International Workshop on Adverse Drug Reactions and Lipodystrophy presented data on how antiretroviral therapy might alter the metabolism of adipocytes, contributing to some of the body-shape changes seen in HIV-associated lipodystrophy.
- December 1, 2000
- Christine Wanke, MD
Wasting syndrome is a common complication of HIV disease. Wasting can be secondary to HIV infection itself, but is also commonly associated with opportunistic infections . . .
- November 1, 1996
- Gary S. Reiter, MD, FACP