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- 86% of patients showed visible improvement to the treated area.
- 82% of patients would recommend the procedure to others.
Effectiveness is visually supported by photographic evidence.
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- Visible Improvement, and Effectiveness are demonstrated and supported with photographic evidence as well as ultrasound evidence.
- Cryolipolysis results in reductions in subcutaneous fat volume without damage to the surrounding tissues.
Explicitly states that Cryolipolysis results in cold-induced apoptotic fat cell death.
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