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G. Rigotti, A. Marchi, M. Galie, et al., “Clinical Treatment of Radiotherapy Tissue Damages y Lipoaspirates Transplant: A Healing Process Mediated by Adipose Derived Stem Cells,” Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Vol. 119, No. 5, 2007, pp. 1409-1422. doi:10.1097/01.prs.0000256047.47909.71

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  • TITLE: Treatment of Steroid Induced Lipoatrophy with Structural Fat Grafting

    AUTHORS: Russell B. Stokes

    KEYWORDS: Lpoatrophy; Fat Grafting; Steroid

    JOURNAL NAME: Modern Plastic Surgery, Vol.2 No.1, December 31, 2011

    ABSTRACT: Background: Systemic corticosteroid injections are used to treat a variety of medical conditions. Inaccurate placement of intramuscular injections of corticosteroid can result in local lipoatrophy, and a resultant cosmetic deformity. Objective: Describe the condition, and a simple, reproducible method of correcting the volume deficiency and skin changes associated with steroid induced lipoatrophy Methods: A retrospective chart review was undertaken of all patients treated by the author for steroid induced lipoatrophy between June of 2005 and March of 2011. Results: Structural fat grafting was used to treat 11 patients with steroid induced lipoatrophy during this time period. 10 patients were female and one was male. 9 of the patients had atrophy of the buttock or hip, and 2 had atrophy of the upper extremity. All patients had satisfactory correction of their deformities, and only one of the patients required a second grafting session to achieve an adequate volume for complete correction. Conclusions: Structural fat grafting can eliminate the volume deficiency and skin changes associated with steroid induced lipoatrophy. It is a straightforward, well tolerated method for correcting a problem which can be quite cosmetically deforming.