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Villanueva, N. et als
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery: January 2018 – Volume 141 – Issue 1 – p 79–86

portada - PRS - Vol. 132; No. 2 (2013)Gluteal augmentation with fat transplantation is increasing in demand but has been associated with a concerning number of fatality reports. Despite these reports, various surgeons have safely performed gluteal fat transplantation on a large number of patients with no reported mortality. The important aspects of safely performing gluteal fat transplantation are reviewed. Proper patient selection, favorable instrumentation, patient positioning, proper technique, and knowledge of anatomy are critical to improving the safety of this procedure. Adherence to these key principles should allow a reduction in mortality from this procedure, which would safely allow its continued offering in the setting of increasingly high demand.

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Yun-Nan, L. et als.
Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery; Artículo en prensa: Prueba corregida

portada - JPRAS - Vol. 71; No. 2 (2018)Rejuvenation of the dorsal surface of the hand for various conditions, such as cutaneous dyschromia, fine wrinkling, skin laxity, visible extensor tendons, and varicosities appear vital to prevent wrist and digit flexion resulting from hiding of the aged appearance of the hand. Numerous fillers have been applied to re-contour the aging dorsal surface of the hand and the results were variable. The micro-autologous fat transplantation (MAFT) technique, proposed by Lin et al. in 2006, has demonstrated its feasibility in facial rejuvenation. In this study, we applied the MAFT technique for the rejuvenation of the dorsal portion of the hand.

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Delay, E; Guerid, S; Meruta, A. C.
Clinics in Plastic Surgery, 2018-01-01, Volumen 45, Número 1, Páginas 101-110

cov200hThe treatment of sequelae after conservative breast cancer treatment can be a challenge. Lipomodeling, although controversial in the beginning, is a safe technique that can help in the treatment of these deformities, without an important impact on the imaging surveillance. Depending on the severity of the deformity, one or several sessions of fat transfer can be required.

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Szantyr, A. et als.
Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, June 2017, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp 580–584

portada - Aesthetic Plastic Surgery - Vol. 41; No. 2 (2017)With the increase in popularity of the use of cosmetic fillers in plastic and esthetic surgery, the possibility of severe ocular complications should not be neglected. Of the fillers used, autologous fat is the most common to cause permanent visual deterioration, one of the most severe complications associated with the use of cosmetic fillers. Here we present the first report of a complete recovery of visual acuity from an instance of visual loss with no light perception caused by ophthalmic artery occlusion of the right eye following autologous fat injection in the facial area. Immediate ophthalmological intervention and comprehensive therapy with prostaglandins and vinpocetine made it possible to restore retinal perfusion and achieve complete recovery of visual acuity. Awareness of the iatrogenic artery occlusions associated with facial fillers and the need for immediate treatment should be popularized among injectors to prevent devastating consequences, such as permanent vision loss.

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