Persistent inflammatory reaction to hyaluronic acid gel: a case report.
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May 01, 2007
Soft tissue augmentation is widely used to enhance or improve a patient's appearance. Hyaluronic acid is considered to be one of the best fillers for cosmetic procedures, mainly because of its lack of immunogenicity. We report a case of a persistent inflammatory reaction to injectable hyaluronic acid gel used for the correction of melolabial folds.
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