International Journal of Dermatology Sciences

Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A (2020)

Striae distensae treatment with autologous lipotransfer and needling: Clinical and histological analysis: A pilot study

Author(s):

Chang Yung Chia, Patrícia Ritter, Tamsin A Burgues

Abstract:
Striae Distensae is characterized by skin atrophy and there is no successful treatment that promotes its regeneration. Fat grafting has been used with positive results in volume augmentation and tissue regeneration, based on its content of mesenchymal cells. The authors studied tissue regeneration with autologous lipoaspirate graft, needling and both techniques combined, as well as compared four lipoaspirate processing methods. Clinical and histological evaluation was accomplished. The best clinical outcome was obtained by lipoaspirate graft and needling combined, while needling alone and grafting alone had no clinically significant improvement.

Pages: 38-43  |  887 Views  390 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Chang Yung Chia, Patrícia Ritter, Tamsin A Burgues. Striae distensae treatment with autologous lipotransfer and needling: Clinical and histological analysis: A pilot study. Int. J.Dermatol. Sci. 2020;2(1):38-43.
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