Cellulite: poor correlation between instrumental methods and photograph evaluation for severity classification
Cellulite refers to skin relief alterations in women′s thighs and buttocks, causing dissatisfaction and search for treatment. Its physiopathology is complex and not completely understood. Many therapeutic options have been reported with no scientific evidence about benefits. The majority of the studies are not controlled nor randomized; most efficacy endpoints are subjective, like not well‐standardized photographs and investigator opinion. Objective measures could improve severity assessment. Our purpose was to correlate non‐invasive instrumental measures and standardized clinical evaluation.
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