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Assessing the effect of PRP addition to facial micro-lipofilling for patients suffering from Scleroderma: A prospective routine care analysis
Annales de Chirurgie Plastique Esthetique, April 2023
M. Abellan Lopez, C. Philandrianos, A. Daumas, M. Velier, R. Arcani, E. Jouve, C. Jaloux, B. Bertrand, J. Magalon, F. Dignat-George, B. Granel, D. Casanova, F. Sabatier
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