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A Preliminary Assessment of the Predictability of Fat Grafting to Correct Silicone Breast Implant-Related Complications

In this prospective study, the authors present their experience of fat grafting and resorption in 26 patients who had fat transfer to correct deformities or asymmetries following primary breast enlargement surgery.

Marcos Sforza, Katarina Andjelkov, Renato Zaccheddu, Rodwan Husein, Connor Atkinson; A Preliminary Assessment of the Predictability of Fat Grafting to Correct Silicone Breast Implant-Related Complications. (Aesthetic Surgery Journal, Volume 36, Issue 8, 1 September 2016, Pages 886–894)


Estimation of DIEP flap weight for breast reconstruction by the pinch test

The purpose of this study was to develop a prediction model for estimating DIEP flap weight using the pinch test.

Woo K-J, Mun G-H (Microsurgery. 2017;37:786–792).


Correlation of Prediction and Actual Outcome of Three-Dimensional Simulation in Breast Augmentation...

Study to determine the aesthetic similarity between pre-operative 3D simulation generated by Crisalix and real post-operative outcomes.

Vorstenbosch, J. & Islur; (Aesth Plast Surg (2017) 41: 481).


Development & Implementation of a Web-Enabled 3D Consultation Tool...

Research and conclusions to develop a computer tool that allows individual reconstruction and simulation of 3-dimensional (3D) soft tissue from ordinary digital photos of breasts; to implement a web-based, worldwide-accessible preoperative surgical planning platform for plastic surgeons; and to validate this tool through a quality control analysis by comparing 3D laser scans of the patients with the 3D reconstructions with this tool from original 2-dimensional (2D) pictures of the same patients.

De Heras Ciechomski P, et al (Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(1):e21)


First Results of a Web-Based Computer Aided System for Aesthetic Procedures

This paper presents the results of using a 3D representation of the patient’s face on created from 2D pictures in which facial aesthetic procedures such as filling, skin clearing or rejuvenation, and rhinoplasty are planned in 3D.

Oliveira-Santos, T., Baumberger, C., Constantinescu, M. et al. (Annals of Biomedical Engineering (2013) 41: 952).

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