Dermatology Research and Practice / 2018 / Article / Fig 5

Clinical Study

Effectiveness and Safety of Contrast Cryolipolysis for Subcutaneous-Fat Reduction

Figure 5

The thickness of the abdominal fat layer (a-d)—(a) at the baseline, (b) at the 30-day follow-up, (c) at the 60-day follow-up, and (d) at the 90-day follow-up—and the thickness of the flanks’ fat layer (e-h): (e) at the baseline, (f) at the 30-day follow-up, (g) at the 60-day follow-up, and (h) at the 90-day follow-up. Note the hyperechoic areas—bright echoes and highly reflective structures (white = dermis fascia and fibrotic septa)—and hypoechoic areas: sparse echoes, reflection, or intermediate transmission (gray = adipose tissue and skeletal muscle). The boxes indicate the areas compared and the decrease of the thickness after the treatment.
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