Journal of Universal Surgery

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Autologous fat grafting for facial filling and regeneration

Annual Summit on Surgery
August 06-07, 2018 Prague ,Czech Republic

Janusz S Targonski

MedBeauty Institute, Dortmund, Germany

Keynote: J Univer Surg


Autologous fat grafting started more than 100 years ago, but continuous technical progress and research results increased interest in this procedure. Ground-breaking was Coleman’s technique as a graft lipostructure and Klein tumescent technique of liposuction which facilitate application of this method. The author describes own research results of fat tissue harvesting (2009), preparing for transplantation through decantation and rubbing –pumping the fat tissue between two syringe, similar like producing sklero foam in phlebology. The overview of results of animals’ research and using of conditioning devices for preparation of fat are discussed. Despite the widely application: there is no evidence of harvesting, preparation and injection. The power point presentation shows preparation technique, preoperative and postoperative results and complications.

Biography :

Janusz S Targonski has finished Medicine from University of Gdansk in 1967, consultant of Surgery and Service in Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz Poland. Since 1978 living in Germany, he has been the Head of Departament of Gen Surgery 1980-86, served in University Witten Herdecke, has completed his PhD in 1986 and in 1994 Co-worker in Praxis Klinik Hagen Center of Ambulatory Surgery, Hagen Germany.