Cellulite: Pathophysiology and Treatment

Mitchel P. Goldman, Doris Hexsel

216 Pages – 189 Color & 33 B/W Illustrations

Published October 15, 2019


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It is estimated that 80 percent of women have some degree of cellulite.

Although there are no permanent solutions for cellulite, dermatologists recognize that this is an issue of importance for many women.

This guide reviews current research on the pathophysiology and treatment of cellulite, as well as the many recent developments in medical therapy, liposculpture, and pharmacy to combat the appearance of cellulite in the female figure.

Table of Contents

Social Impact of Cellulite and Its Impact on Quality of Life.

Diagnosis: A Definition, Clinical Aspects, Associated Conditions and Differential Diagnosis. Anatomy and Matrix. Pathophysiology. Diagnostic Techniques. Cellulite Characterization by Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Classification of Cellulite.

Treatment:A Medical Therapy. Topical Treatments. Endermologie. Triactive. Carboxitherapy. Liposculpture. Subcision. Mesotherapy. DermoElectroPoration Treatment. Beauty Tec Treatment.

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 26 × 37 × 3 cm