Autologous Fat Grafting Restores Soft-tissue Contour Deformities after Vascular Anomaly: Widening the Horizons of Employment of Autologous Fat Grafting

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Abstract

In common practice, the burden of digestive perforations and fistulas is very heavy (spontaneous and iatrogenic esophageal perforation, chronic fistulas postinterventions, intestinal bowel diseases, etc.) and it often requires multidisciplinary treatments, complex surgical procedures, and long hospitalization for the patients. Furthermore, often the patients have complex clinical conditions not suitable for major surgery and require a multidisciplinary management and minimally invasive treatment, in accordance with the personalized medicine principles. Our multidisciplinary team composed of thoracic surgeons, plastic surgeons, and digestive endoscopists has been already working on the minimally invasive and conservative treatment of digestive tract perforations and fistulas using adipose-derived stromal cells (ADSCs) potentiality.
Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • Autologous Fat Grafting

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