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By Shirley Madhere

Mesotherapy - the microinjection of a mixture of traditional medicinal drugs and supplementations into the center layer of epidermis - has an extended historical past in France when you consider that its invention in 1952 and its formal reputation by way of nationwide clinical our bodies in 1986. Its advantages for beauty and different scientific symptoms are actually more and more being famous past Europe, and the thoughts at the moment are spreading in reputation in the course of the remainder of the area. This pioneering textual content brings the validated result of the collected medical adventure during this fascinating sector to the eye of an English-speaking viewers

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Immunogenesis and mesotherapy: immune response to antigens inoculated intradermally. Giornale di Mesoterapia 1981; 1: 1. 13. Doutre MS, Beylot C. [Side effects of mesotherapy]. Therapie 1997; 52(2): 93–6. 14. Mrejen D. La mesotherapy ponctuelle systematisee. Mediffusion Ed 1989. 15. Mrejen D. La douleur en rhumatologie. Medecinemesotherapie 1983; 1: 15–41. 16. Mrejen D. Medecine du sport et mesotherapie ponctuelle systematisee. Mediffusion Ed 1989. 17. Lavignolle B. U. Pellegrin, Bordeaux, presented at Cours International de Mesotherapie, Universite Victor Segalen Bordeaux Laboratoire d’Anatomie Faculte Paul Broca.

6). The technique of IED involves the use of a 2–5 cc syringe and a 30 gauge, 13 mm needle. After applying the medication, there is an approximately 3–5 minute delay to permit penetration of the mixture. The IED technique has the following advantages: • • • • • • • facilitates most mesotherapeutic needs causes notable cutaneous stimulation is non-painful causes no bleeding acts rapidly can cover large surface areas all superficial parts of the body are readily accessible. The indications for IED are (1) patients who are very sensitive to or who fear pain, and (2) areas of thin or fragile skin, such as the face, for example.

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