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Clinical Study

Evaluation of Subcision for the Correction of the Prominent Nasolabial Folds

Table 1

Baseline demographics and outcomes of the subcision procedure in patients.

Sex/ageDx. duration
(year)
WSRS (0)WSRS 1 mWSRS 6 mCRRT 0CRRT 1 mCRRT 6 mComplication 1 wkComplication 1, 6 mSatis. 1 mSatis. 6 mImprove. %
1 m
Improve.
degree 1 m
Improve. %
6 m
Improve. degree
6 m

1f/421032313281835.21799BruisingNoFullRelative202102
2f/5625433142719831891BruisingNoFullRelative703303
3f/5930433460657.25623.2NoNoFullRelative603303
4f/3810322589949846.5NoNoFullRelative403202
5f/332323920950895.5NoNoRelativeNo20251
6f/3632122141.222002481.5BruisingNoFullFull503202
7f/6025534949.3958.75952.25NoNoFullRelative403202
8f/3563231406.81561.81410NoNoRelativeRelative503202
9f/5220433560890818BruisingNoFullRelative503303
10f/366322194.226772594NoNoFullFull303152
11f/355323120614301291NoNoFullNo25351
12f/6034434460589480BruisingNoRelativeRelative303102
13f/512032294912511631NoNoFullFull703403
14f/4210322130514801447NoNoFullRelative403102
15f/415312137615101626.2NoNoFullFull703303
16f/468333849983.75972.5NoNoRelativeNo20251

, number; Dx., disease; WSRS (0), Wrinkle Severity Rating Scale (base); m, month; CRRT, cutaneous resonance running time; wk, week; satis., satisfaction; improve., improvement.
WSRS: 1 = absent (no visible fold), 2 = mild (shallow fold), 3 = moderate (not visible when stretched), 4 = severe (prominent, long, and deep fold), and 5 = extreme (extremely deep and long folds detrimental to facial appearance).
Improvement degree (evaluated by investigators and also one dermatologist): 1 = no response: <10%; 2 = mild response: 10–25%; 3 = moderate response: 26–75%; and 4 = excellent response: >75%.

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