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Evidenzbasierte Methoden zur Behandlung der Cellulite

Cellulite beschreibt eine lokalisierte Veränderung der Hauttopographie, die häufig an den posterolateralen Oberschenkel, dem Gesäß und dem Bauch vorkommt. Wegen ihres welligen und dellenartigen Aussehens wird die Cellulite charakteristisch auch als Orangenhaut bezeichnet.

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Lübberding, S. Evidenzbasierte Methoden zur Behandlung der Cellulite. ästhet dermatol kosmetol 7, 18–23 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12634-015-0958-5

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