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Reconsidering cell-assisted lipotransfer for breast augmentation: effect of stromal vascular fraction enrichment on graft survival assessed with 3-dimensional laser scanning
The Journal of Cosmetic Medicine
Cell-assisted lipotransfer (CAL) has been proposed to be beneficial for improving graft retention. Clinically, CAL involves the isolation of the stromal vascular fraction (SVF) from a portion of the lipoaspirate at the time of surgery. However, most studies related to SVF breast augmentation lacked a rigorous methodology and well-designed control. Objective: We aimed to determine the potential improvement of SVF enrichment in fat grafting for breast augmentation with objective volumedoi:10.25056/jcm.2019.3.1.25 fatcat:mmz2nnworfa3lmw3ootg6nac3y