Skin excision in facial HALS
Introduction The psychological and social impact of the primary diagnosis of HIV and subsequent HALS is significant. HALS is an easily recognisable stigma. Features of HALS center around the orbit, cheek and nasolabial folds. Options include adjustment of the highly active variety of antiretroviral therapy, instillation of filler materials and surgery. The latter seems to require an element of creativity and surgical poetic freedom, yet produces durable results. Scars seem to be minimal and...
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Stichwörter: HIV, HALS, Fat graft, Facelift, Filler materials