In cell-assisted lipotransfer (or CAL), autologous adipose-derived stem cells are used in combination with autologous fat transfer.
What does CAL stand for?
CAL stands for Cell-Assisted Lipotransfer (soft-tissue augmentation surgery)
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We have 256 other meanings of CAL in our Acronym Attic
- CAN Application Layer (part of CAN protocol)
- Canadian Agriculture Library
- Canadian-American League (sports)
- Cape Ann League (Massachusetts)
- Capital Allocation Line
- Category Assurance List (US DoD)
- Catholic Action League (various locations)
- Catholic Athletic League
- Cayman Airways, Ltd. (Cayman Islands)
- Center for Accelerated Learning (now Tutoring and Academic Success Center; Stark State College of Technology)
- Center for Anabaptist Leadership (Pasadena, California)
- Center for Applied Linguistics
- Center for Army Leadership
- Center for Association Leadership
- Centre Alsace Levage (French: Alsace Lifting Center; Sainte-Croix-en-Plaine, Alsace, France)
- Centre Antoine Lacassagne
- Centre d'Amélioration du Logement (French: Housing Improvement Center)
- Centro de Atención en Línea (Colombia)
- Cercle Amical Lannemezan (French: Lannemezan Friendship Circle; Lannemezan, France)
Samples in periodicals archive:
With the Cell-Assisted Lipotransfer strategy, autologous adipose-derived stem cells are used to enhance survival rate of the fat grafts and to reduce postoperative atrophy (shrinkage).
Joel Aronowitz is the surgeon who performed the groundbreaking Cell-Assisted Lipotransfer procedure on Suzanne Somers.