Injection lipolysis

What is Injection lipolysis?

Injection lipolysis is injecting a mixture of chemicals, generally consisting of a combination of phosphatidylcholine and sodium deoxycholate into the skin or subcutaneous fatty tissue in order to dissolve fat cells. Some treatments also contain vitamins in the injection mixture.

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How to prevent Lipoma? What are suggested methods of removal?

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Lipomas are the overgrowth of fatty tissue and is usually non...

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I am 27 yrs women weighing 54 kgs & height of 4'10. My BMI seems to be high. I have apparently visible fat deposits at lower belly and thighs and...

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Hello! Thank you for writing. Diet and exercise is the best way. Try to eat a high protein diet with cheese, egg, cottage cheese, milk chicken,...

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Hi Doc, I am facing an issue of Lipomas(Fat Accumulation) on hands. There are many small small lumps of fat all around my hand & these looks ugly....

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Hi Dheer,
Lipomas as you have understood accumulation of fat, sometimes familial. They look ugly when present in the exposed areas though they...

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