Lipectomy

Publication Title: 
PloS One

Stem cells are increasingly the focus of translational research as well as having emerging roles in human cellular therapy. To support these uses there is a need for improved methods for in vivo cell localization and tracking. In this study, we examined the effects of cell labeling on the in vitro functionality of human adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells. Our results provide a basis for future in vivo studies investigating implanted cell fate and longevity.

Author(s): 
Blaber, Sinead P.
Hill, Cameron J.
Webster, Rebecca A.
Say, Jana M.
Brown, Louise J.
Wang, Shih-Chang
Vesey, Graham
Herbert, Benjamin Ross
Publication Title: 
The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis

This article demonstrates how the surgeon performs a major surgical procedure on himself using self-hypnosis as the means of anesthesia and pain control. The hypnotic techniques used by the author for self hypnosis are reviewed. These include glove anesthesia and transference; the switch technique; dissociation; positive imagery; as well as the specific post-hypnotic suggestions used by the surgeon during the operative procedure.

Author(s): 
Botta, S. A.
Publication Title: 
Diabetes

OBJECTIVE: Experimental infection of rats with human adenovirus type 36 (Ad-36) promotes adipogenesis and improves insulin sensitivity in a manner reminiscent of the pharmacologic effect of thiozolinediones. To exploit the potential of the viral proteins as a therapeutic target for treating insulin resistance, this study investigated the ability of Ad-36 to induce metabolically favorable changes in human adipose tissue. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: We determined whether Ad-36 increases glucose uptake in human adipose tissue explants.

Author(s): 
Rogers, Pamela M.
Mashtalir, Nazar
Rathod, Miloni A.
Dubuisson, Olga
Wang, Zhong
Dasuri, Kumar
Babin, Scott
Gupta, Alok
Markward, Nathan
Cefalu, William T.
Dhurandhar, Nikhil V.
Publication Title: 
Clinics in Plastic Surgery

Noninvasive body contouring is perhaps one of the most alluring areas of esthetic surgery today. This article discusses current noninvasive body-contouring modalities, including suction massage devices, radiofrequency energy, high-frequency focused ultrasound, cryolipolysis, and low-level light laser therapy devices.

Author(s): 
Mulholland, R. Stephen
Paul, Malcolm D.
Chalfoun, Charbel
Publication Title: 
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

BACKGROUND: Many breast cancer patients are plagued by the disabling complication of upper limb lymphedema after axillary surgery. Conservative treatments using massage and compression therapy do not offer a lasting relief, as they fail to address the chronic transformation of edema into excess adipose tissue. Liposuction to address the adipose nature of the lymphedema has provided an opportunity for a detailed analysis of the stromal fraction of lymphedema-associated fat to clarify the molecular mechanisms for this adipogenic transformation.

Author(s): 
Levi, Benjamin
Glotzbach, Jason P.
Sorkin, Michael
Hyun, Jeong
Januszyk, Michael
Wan, Derrick C.
Li, Shuli
Nelson, Emily R.
Longaker, Michael T.
Gurtner, Geoffrey C.
Publication Title: 
American Journal of Physiology. Endocrinology and Metabolism

White adipose tissue is the principal site for lipid accumulation. Males and females maintain distinctive white adipose tissue distribution patterns. Specifically, males tend to accumulate relatively more visceral fat, whereas females accumulate relatively more subcutaneous fat. The phenomenon of maintaining typical sex-specific fat distributions suggests sex-specific mechanisms that regulate energy balance and adiposity.

Author(s): 
Shi, Haifei
Strader, April D.
Woods, Stephen C.
Seeley, Randy J.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy: Official Publication of the European Society for Laser Dermatology

BACKGROUND: Since the first studies by Apfelberg in 1994, laser lipolysis (LAL) has been on the rise. Laser lipolysis leads to reduced operator fatigue, excellent patient tolerance, quick recovery time, as well as the additional benefit of dermal tightening. This article reports a 5-year experience of LAL and underlines the potential evolutions of the technique.

Author(s): 
Leclère, Franck Marie P.
Trelles, Mario
Moreno-Moraga, J.
Servell, Pascal
Unglaub, Frank
Mordon, Serge R.
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