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Dec
1969

This study presents the results of a clinicomorphological study of autologous fat transplantation in the face region. The aim was to investigate and compare adipose tissue morphology after it was purified by two methods--centrifugation and serum lavage, and to find a correlation between the histological outcomes and the postoperative results.
The evaluation was performed on a series of 30 patients assigned into two groups of 15 patients.
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