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Cellulitic pathology Localization: Type: Echography Videocapillaroscopy ROM test VEGA expert test CLINICAL INSTRUMENT CLASSIFICATION OF CELLULITE PATHOLOGY: Cellulite pathology code: G1a/S2/V3/A1a-b Clinical instrument examination: Photoplethysmography-podoscopy-videocapillaroscopy DIAGNOSIS & 103 THERAPEUTIC STRATEGY: Suggested: Medical therapy: Phase 1: Cleansing: Cellulase gold 3 per day Phase 2: Maintenance: Cellulase gold 2 tablets/day + SPECIFIC THERAPY: Carboxytherapy Carboxytherapy six sessions one/week Endermologie1 Endermologie1 twice a week during one month Mesotherapy Mesotherapy once a week in calves Control within 30 days Diet Hyperprotein 15 days SURGICAL THERAPY: Liposculpture in culotte de cheval and knees LOCAL THERAPY: Functional plantar þ panty hose 15 mm/Hg LIFESTYLE: Walk frequently Pay attention to stypsis and control weight 6 Cellulite Characterization by High-Frequency Ultrasound and High-Resolution agnetic Resonance Im aging Bernard Querleux Department of Physics meldonium 250mg with amex, L’Oreal´ Recherche, Aulnay-sous-bois, France & INTRODUCTION Cellulite is an accepted term for describing an aesthetic problem called the ‘‘orange peel effect,’’ which causes some dimpling of the skin. Cellulite, which affects about 90% of women, is usually associated with lipodystrophy, localized on the thigh, buttock, and hip (1,2). Histologically, some authors report modifications of the dermal–hypodermal interface, and describe different patterns of the architecture of fibrous septae in adipose tissue in women with cellulite (3,4). Also an increase in the volume of adipocytes in women with cellulite as well as alterations of the lymph vessels and blood circulation has been reported (5). Few studies have been performed in vivo with noninvasive methods. In this chapter, we will present a comparison of the skin and adipose tissue properties in women with cellulite compared to normal women without visible signs of cellulite. We used in vivo high-frequency US imaging for skin characterization, and high-spatial-resolution MR imaging and spectroscopy for adipose tissue characterization. The subjects were recruited by a medical expert according to the follow- ing main inclusion criteria—age range: 18 to 45 years; body mass index (BMI): 17 to 27; constant weight during the last year; regular menstrual cycle; and between 0 and 10 days postmenstruation at the date of the experiment. The volunteers were divided into two 105 106 & QUERLEUX groups by experienced medical personnel: women with no visible cellulite even after compression at the study sites (n ¼ 21, age ¼ 23. US IMAGING High-frequency US imaging was performed with our home-built scanner equipped with a focused 25 MHz transducer offering an axial resolution of 70 mm and a lateral resolution of 130 mm (12). Series of 64 cross-sectional images [field-of-view (FOV) ¼ 4mm 20 mm  20 mm] were acquired on the upper dorsal thigh (Fig. From these images, the thickness of the skin was measured as well as the topography of the dermal–hypodermal interface.