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CYTOPRESERVING ULTRASONIC LIPOSUCTION

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Issue: 
7
Year: 
2017

A. Melerzanov (1), MD, PhD; Professor A. Penaev (3), MD; A. Mishra (1); S. Toski (2), MD 1-Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology 2-Dell’ Angelo Hospital, Mestre, Italy 3-Doctor Penaev Clinic, Moscow

The specific feature of a new liposuction technology for small adipose tissue volumes is its cytopreserving effect. No pronounced destructive action of low-frequency ultrasound on adipose tissue mesenchymal stem cells allows the use of this technology not only for liposculpture, but also for obtaining viable stem cells.

Keywords: 
cytopreserving liposuction
mesenchymal stem cells
low-frequency ultrasound



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