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Hand rejuvenation with CaHA guided by ultrasound


Volumizing the dorsal hand is one of the anatomical regions most frequently requested during the last decade. Calcium hydroxyapatite is the material used for this procedure since its beginning, due to its several benefits. However, despite the consensus among doctors of the dermal filler to be applied, the same does not happen to the chosen technique. This variation in methods is due to the divergence between anatomical studies in this region. Through this, we review the literature in order to establish the best method and confirming the correct plan through ultrasound to inject this material.


calcium hydroxyapatite, cannula, unpredictable postmor, interosseous muscle atrophy, wrinkles, tendons, superficial dorsal lamina